Let me tell you about the time I self-medicated and messed up our IVF schedule. You should never,ever do this, which is why I wanted to share what happened to me. It’s nothing super serious, but it kinda messed up our schedule.
It has been almost a month since our baby Hiro celebrated his 1st year birthday. He is now officially a toddler and can now express his likes and dislikes. I thought it would be a hard 1st year for us especially with us not having a “yaya.” He is relatively healthy (except for some bouts of diarrhea) and is usually happy. He eats well and … Continue reading Things to consider before undergoing IVF in Taiwan
Being overweight affects fertility due to hormonal changes inside the body. For women, being overweight lets your body (adipose tissue) produce more estrogen, which prevents regular ovulation. It also increases your chance of being insulin resistant. Having a high level of insulin in the blood can cause metabolic disturbances that also affect fertility.¹ Continue reading “How to lose weight without really trying?”
written by Sansan
When I first emailed Lee Women’s Hospital, they replied and sent me a list of hotels where their foreign patients usually stay. We were fortunate enough to visit Lee Women’s Hospital with my in-laws a few months before we were to have our IVF cycle and my father in law asked around as to where the best place to stay is and Lai Lai Hotel was mentioned a lot. Continue reading “Where to stay in Taichung?”
Written by Sansan. Blog entry is first written on March 3, 2017. You can find the blog at http://alwayssunnyinmanila.blogspot.com/
Originally written on July 16, 2016 by Archie. You can find the blog at https://thestoryofaichi.wordpress.com/
It was 7 and a half years ago when we first said our I dos. We were greeted with warm smiles, congratulations and of course exuberant wishes of having babies. I thought we would immediately have one after a year or two, but after 7 years, we’re still waiting. Continue reading “IVF in Taiwan or Philippines?”