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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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90 Days cycle for a Healthy Egg

90 Days cycle for a Healthy Egg

A good quality of an egg plays an important role in fertility issues. Poor quality and quantity of egg increase the risk of infertility. The common belief in the earlier days was that the only factor that can determine the egg health was the age of the female partner.

There are different factors that can have an impact on the health of your ovaries and egg. These factors include both environmental factors and hormones in the regular diet along with stress. In most of the cases, you need to make certain lifestyle changes for increasing the quality and quantity of eggs required for fertilization.

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Minimal Stimulation IVF

Minimal Stimulation IVF: Do the benefits outweigh the risks?

IVF (in vitro fertilization) an important and most commonly used assisted reproductive technology used to achieve a healthy pregnancy. The first successful case of an IVF treatment was reported in the year 1978 and the first test tube baby was born.

Earlier, the women were not given any fertility drugs that during an IVF treatment. This is an indication that, a lot of fertility drugs is not always essential for the success of an IVF treatment. It is recommended to consult the infertility specialist to know the chances of success with IVF treatment. The IVF success rate in Hyderabad is comparatively high from Mini-IVF treatment.

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Management-of-Endometriosis

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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3 Ways You Can Increase Your Chance of Getting Pregnant

3 Ways You Can Increase Your Chance of Getting Pregnant

Pregnancy and motherhood is an important phase in every woman’s life.  To achieve a healthy pregnancy, both the partners should not have any fertility issue that can cause complications or lead to miscarriages.

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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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Can Food Allergies Be the Likely Cause of Your Infertility

Can Food Allergies Be the Likely Cause of Your Infertility?

Infertility in women is generally considered as the inability to conceive after having regular unprotected sex. There are many causes of infertility in women. These days the causes of unexplained infertility cases are on rise which can increase the doubt amongst infertile couples.

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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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Infertility and Testicular Disorders

Testicles also called as testis are a part of male reproductive system that is located inside the scrotum. Testicles are responsible to produce male hormones like testosterone. Testicles also produce sperm and other reproductive cells. Any problem in the testicles can cause hormonal imbalance and infertility.

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How Does Epididymitis Cause Male Infertility?

Inflammation of the epididymis is generally referred as epididymitis. Epididymis is a tube like structure present near the testicles that is responsible for storing sperms. During the inflammation, the epididymis becomes swollen and can cause pain and swelling in your testicles.

Epididymitis is common in men between 14 and 35 years of age, but it can affect men of all age groups. It is mainly caused either by bacterial infection or sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Epididymitis is one of the reasons that can cause male infertility.

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