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Growth Hormone and Female Infertility

Growth hormone is a special hormone that is produced in your body. It plays a key role in cell production, tissue regeneration and stimulates new cell development in your body. Growth hormones are used in a variety of ways and are capable of treating growth disorders and fertility issues in both men and women.

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How a Man’s Diet Affects Fertility Too

Infertility is a common problem seen in both men and women. The main factors that affect the fertility in both the partners are diet and lifestyle. For a healthy conception, both the partners should have a healthy diet.

One-third of the infertility cases are due to the male partner. The most common causes of male infertility are due to the low sperm count and poor motility of the sperm. Abnormal size and shape of the sperm are also reported in infertile men. Problems with semen are also reported in few cases.

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You Need Body Fat for Conception

You Need Body Fat for Conception

When you are planning to conceive, you need to consider different factors and a health condition that should favor conception and healthy pregnancy for a complete term. Body mass and body fat play an important role in fertility.

Ideal BMI for Fertility

There is a certain weight range that is generally considered ideal for fertility. The ideal weight can be determined based on your Body Mass Index (BMI). BMI is calculated by using a formula and putting your height and weight into the formula and getting a number. You can check your BMI easily online by using different BMI calculators available on the internet.

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Effects of Drinking Alcohol during Pregnancy

Effects of Drinking Alcohol during Pregnancy

Women who are used to alcohol on a daily basis strongly feel the urge to drink alcohol during pregnancy. According to research study drinking alcohol while being pregnant can cause harm to the baby as it develops in your womb. Alcohol may also lead to long-term medical problems and birth defects in the newborn.

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Management of Endometriosis

Endometriosis is an abnormal growth of endometrial cells. Endometrial cells are similar to those cells that form the inside lining of the uterus. It is commonly seen on other organs of the pelvis. Endometriosis is most commonly reported in women experiencing infertility when compared to fertile women.

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Infertility - A Social Stigma

Infertility – A Social Stigma!

Infertility is a common problem seen in most of the couples. There are many different reasons that are responsible for infertility in males and females. Apart from physical changes, there are a lot of emotional changes that takes place when you’re unable to conceive after having regular unprotected sex for a year.

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Does Quality of Eggs Affect IVF Treatment

Does Quality of Eggs Affect IVF Treatment

Female fertility mainly depends on the quality of eggs that are produced. The age and ovarian reserve of a woman will have a direct impact on the fertility and embryo implantation during IVF treatment.

It is impossible to assess the quality of an egg by looking at it or by measuring its ability to receive the fertilization by sperm. The quality of an egg cannot by assessed by simply observing the initial embryo division.

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Male Fertility and Cancer Treatment

Infertility is a common problem faced by cancer patients after the therapy. There are different causes of infertility in men. The most common factors that can lead to infertility are:

  • Poor quality of sperm
  • Poor quantity of sperm

The quality and quantity of sperm mainly depend on the lifestyle and treatments that an individual has to go through.

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Will Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Affect My Fertility

Will Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Affect My Fertility?

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a common virus that affects the sexually active adults. Around 100 varieties of HPV exist in the world that can cause infection. In most of the cases, your body is able to fight with the virus and able to get rid of the infection in 1-2 years. Serious health problems like skin warts and cancer are reported in the patients infected with Human papillomavirus.

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Fertility preservation in female cancer patients

Fertility preservation in female cancer patients: An overview

Fertility preservation is extremely important in cancer survivors. It is generally said that the fertility preservation should be done ideally before the commencement of cancer therapies. It is recommended to preserve the fertility in cancer patients to maximize the efficiency.

Fertility preservation is generally done in cancer patients because the chemotherapy and radiotherapy will have a negative impact on the reproductive potential of an individual.  The fertility preservation mainly depends on the morbidity and mortality associated with cancer.

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