The decline in female reproductive function is a gradual process. If at the age of 19 to 26 years, the chance of getting pregnant on the most fertile day is more than 50%, then from 27 to 35 years, the probability of conception decreases by 10%. After 35, the chances of pregnancy are about 30% and continue to steadily decrease until the woman eventually reaches menopause. What to do when the biological clock is running out, and the long-awaited pregnancy does not come. Continue reading
Unfortunately, we have almost no practice when a specialized doctor (for example, a gastroenterologist, endocrinologist, dermatologist) sends a patient to see a psychotherapist, revealing a psychosomatic diagnosis. You’ll have to do it yourself.
Where does it come from?
Psychosomatic disorders are symptoms or diseases that develop as the body’s response to stress. What could it be?
regular headaches; Continue reading