Author: Hegde Fertility (Hegde Fertility)

How to improve your Odds for Pregnancy in an IVF Cycle?
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How to improve your Odds for Pregnancy in an IVF Cycle?

For many women wanting to get pregnant, IVF can seem like the fallback option if all else fails – an option that will bring your baby into the world when all other options are exhausted. IVF procedure is a seemingly simple procedure that is bound to work but the reality however is quite different For...

INFERTILITY: Who is at fault, Man or Women?
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INFERTILITY: Who is at fault, Man or Women?

There a few important points to remember by the time you decide on whose “fault” it is if you can’t get pregnant. In about 40% of infertility cases-the problem resides in the men , and in other 40% the problem resides in women. The rest of the cases there may be a problem with both...

Impacts of Lifestyle Habits on Infertility
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Impacts of Lifestyle Habits on Infertility

Now a days, more couples delay childbearing in order to establish their careers and later visit the infertility specialist for evaluation and treatment. Some common causes of infertility related to health and lifestyle affect fertility in both male and female.

Conceive your First Child: A Fertility Guide for Young Couples
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Conceive your First Child: A Fertility Guide for Young Couples

The chances of conception for a couple in a single month of planning during the fertile period of her cycle is around 15% & around 70 – 80% of the couple conceive within the first year of planning. But the rest who fail to conceive during the first year of trying require assistance to conceive....

Growth Hormone and Female Infertility
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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.

Dealing with the Emotional Impact  Of Infertility for Men
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Dealing with the Emotional Impact Of Infertility for Men

Infertility is a common problem seen in couples. One in five couples generally suffers from infertility.  Around one-third of the infertility cases are due to male factor infertility. In the majority of cases, the couples don’t consider that infertility can also be caused by a man. That is the reason the man’s sperm testing generally...

How a Man’s Diet Affects Fertility Too
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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 of 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...

IVF and Embryo Grading
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IVF and Embryo Grading

In vitro fertilization, a type of assisted reproductive technology that has been used mostly for the couple who face difficulty in conception and achieving a healthy pregnancy for a complete term. There are different in vitro fertilization (IVF) techniques that have been developed throughout the years. One of these techniques of IVF involves how to...

You Need Body Fat for Conception
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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....

Effects of Drinking Alcohol during Pregnancy
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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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