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The Truth About Psych Units: Part 2

I hope my last post didn’t scare you away from taking action. That was certainly not my intention! In all honesty, admitting myself to the psych unit has saved my life at least a few times. And they’ve all kept me safe. Part I of this series was just a (very) general overview of the state… Read More »

What to know about female sex hormones

Female sex hormones, or sex steroids, play vital roles in sexual development, reproduction, and general health. Sex hormone levels change over time, but some of the most significant changes happen during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. In this article, we discuss the different types of female sex hormones, their roles in the body, and how they… Read More »

Five Questions About Surrogacy

— 1. Does surrogacy involve In Vitro Fertilization procedure (IVF)? In fact – yes. IVF is an abbreviation that stands for “In Vitro Fertilization”, i.e. fertilization outside the female body. The only difference, in this case, is that the ovaries of the surrogate mother are not hormonally stimulated in order to get several eggs needed… Read More »