For many people, fertility is a huge issue. Maybe it’s because more and more of my friends are actively trying to have children, but I’ve never been so aware of how many things can impact a person’s fertility. A recent article out of the UK discusses how certain blood types can influence fertility. It turns out that those women with Type O blood may have more difficulty becoming pregnant than their counterparts with other blood types. I’d be interested to see this studied here in America and also in a greater population.
About Holly Moyseenko
Holly Moyseenko is a sex educator living in Ohio. She is an advocate of positive and healthy sexuality. Holly currently works for a non-profit health organization as a health educator, and also teaches workshops that focus on many topics within the realm of healthy sexuality. In her spare time, she also is an advocate for survivors of sexual assault, gardens, reads anything within reach, drinks copious amounts of tea, and naps with her two dogs.
- Sexual Health
Half a year ago, I wrote a blog post called “On Being A Sex Educator When You’re Not,” which related my experiences of acting like a sex educator when people in my life needed access to that sort of information. [...]
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- Assessing Facts About Abortion And Contraception