Category Archives: Fertility Struggles

Let’s Talk about Miscarriage

Let’s Talk about Miscarriage

I have referenced before how I had wonderful dreams of surprising my husband with some sort of cute way to say “I’m pregnant” but instead came back from a doctor’s appointment saying the words “I’m pregnant” followed by “They can’t find a heartbeat”. This has been some of the hardest words I have ever had toRead More

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Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian Cysts

This is my personal experience with ovarian cysts. Before facing surgery for an orange sized cyst, which eventually grew coconut sized, on one of my ovaries, along with having many other smaller cysts on the other ovary, I wanted to try some natural remedies. My doctor gave me a window of opportunity between a miscarriageRead More

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Benefits from Curry

Benefits from Curry

Do you like curry? I wasn’t a fan of curry when I first started trying it. However, I was first introduced to the world of curry through red curry stew. It wasn’t until I discovered green curry via some Thai food in Ireland that my love of curry world opened. If you haven’t added curryRead More

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Roasted Curry Cauliflower

Roasted Curry Cauliflower

I’ve been trying to convince several of my American friends to start eating more curry. One of my absolute favorite dishes is a cauliflower chicken curry dish. I’ve posted the recipe, cooked with a whole chicken, cilantro and limes, but I wanted to re-post the curry cauliflower recipe with some extra helpful tips. I knowRead More

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Recipe for Cauliflower, Your Kids and Family Will Eat/LOVE

Recipe for Cauliflower, Your Kids and Family Will Eat/LOVE

Do you like curry? Do you like cauliflower? I wasn’t a fan of cauliflower until I discovered this way of roasting it to eat. Now I cook and serve it monthly! The reason why I started eating more curry and cauliflower, in addition to some other diet additions, was that I had developed ovarian cystsRead More

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