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Hello and welcome to my blog!

I hope you will enjoy browsing around and explore with me the worlds of fertility, egg quality, and expanding reproductive lifespan of women of 35 and above.

My name is Darja Wagner.

I have a PhD in cell biology, and years of extensive research experience in various topics related to cells and hormones. My book How to Improve Egg Quality: The Smart Way to Get Pregnant is a  Kindle-bestseller and the #1 in the category Reproductive Medicine on Amazon.

This blog I made for women who want to improve their chances of getting pregnant by maximizing quality of their eggs.

Currently women don’t have any approach which would guarantee the delay of ovarian aging or ways to improve egg quality.

However, adapting nutrition, lifestyle, and adding the right supplements in a combined approach will help most women maximize their egg health.

All articles are written in a plain and straightforward language and are backed up by scientific research and clinical studies.

If you have a question you would like to ask:

I offer advice (per Skype or email) tailored to your individual fertility journeys. This means, I can help you understand which interventions in your lifestyle, diet, or supplementing strategy would increase your chances to get pregnant, either naturally or via IVF.

So go ahead, tell me what bothers you and I will try as much as I can to help you target your diet, vitamin supplements, or whatever else as to best fit your individual fertility journey.

This is how you can contact me.

Thanks for stopping by!

 

This site represents one woman scientist’s opinions on issues surrounding female fertility, parenting and why things sometimes aren’t as easy as we expect them to be. As I have several more interests, on this site you may find texts about different issues in medicine, evolution and nutrition.

 

This blog receives no funding or support from commercial or other interests and does not host any third-party advertisement.

Your email address, your name, and other details will always remain private.