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Does stress impact on fertility?

Sandi Givens and her husband tried to conceive for three and a half years. Despite trying a number of different natural approaches, they had no success.

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Scientists are exploring the use of wearable technology to diagnose medical conditions.

Your sweat could tell you when to make a baby - and more

You are ovulating. You are dehydrated. Your cholesterol is too high. Or too low. You are depressed, stressed or your muscles are cramping. Time to get off the golf course and get the heart checked. Or keep playing, you are fine.

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Is ovulation pain normal?

Despite it being a common experience, ovulation pain isn't necessarily something you just need to put up with.

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Your psychological state can affect your fertility and hormones.

Understanding the psychology of fertility

One in six Australian couples is affected by infertility. But even that large number isn't the full picture of fertility issues experienced by women and couples.

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