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24

May

Include these 18 foods in your daily diet to boost sperm count and motility

Certain foods are believed to support sperm count and motility due to their nutritional content.

24

May

Myths About IVF and Older Women

First, conception is not impossible at an older age, as natural conception can still occur, especially for younger women within this age group.

24

May

Screening For Testicular Cancer in Men

Testicular cancer is a growth in the tissue of the testicle, the organ responsible for producing sperm.

24

May

The Conundrum of Secondary Infertility

Secondary Infertility is defined as the struggle to conceive a child after the healthy pregnancy and delivery of another baby by the same parents.

24

May

Why freezing Embryos plays a role in IVF Procedures

Freezing embryos plays a crucial role in in vitro fertilization (IVF), which is assisted reproductive technology which is used to help individuals or couples conceive a child.

21

Apr

Why Women Are Blamed for Infertility

Placing the blame solely on women, produces a lack of accountability for partners and a failure to address the systemic issues that may contribute to fertility challenges.

21

Apr

Why Has Man’s Sperm Count Decreased Markedly in Less Than 100 Years

In 1930, there would be 130 million sperm cells per milliliter of semen but today the count has gone down to 15 million sperm cells in the same volume, a staggering 88.5 per cent drop.

21

Apr

The Biological Clock for Men Related to Fertility

Various aspects of sperm quality and the male’s overall reproductive health start decreasing at about age 40 and consistently decreases, with this accelerating in middle age.

21

Apr

Preparation For an IVF Procedure

IVF is not only a medical procedure, but a pathway to offers a hope to produce a birth of a child that might have been deemed not possible until now.

21

Apr

Freezing a Woman’s Eggs in Her 20s May be the Next New Reproductive Revolution

Unlike most assets that accrue value with time, a woman’s fertility has a depreciating trajectory.

16

Mar

Unlocking non-hormonal male contraception with HDAC inhibitors

The human body produces several million new sperm per day. To do this, sperm stem cells in the testes continuously make more of themselves,

16

Mar

Reasons Why a Shorter Menstrual cycle Occurs in Women

Menstrual cycles that are too frequent may be a sign of a structural abnormality of the female reproductive system or hormonal imbalance,

16

Mar

How is the Pro state Gland Affected when Sex is Stopped?

According to a 2016 study involving 31,925 men published in European Urology, participants who self-reported to ejaculating more than 20 times a month

16

Mar

Could lab Grown Testicles Revolutionize Make Infertility

Researchers have introduced lab-grown testicle organoids that closely mimic the structure and function of natural testes, offering a potential breakthrough in infertility treatment.

16

Mar

Can spending more time in the sun boost fertility of women in their 30s and beyond?

Exposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays may have a positive effect on fertility in women aged 30 and beyond.

20

Feb

5 supplements for PCOS

PCOS is a hormonal disorder thought to affect between six to 12% of US women, where the ovaries produce unusually high levels of hormones called androgens (known as hyperandrogenism).

20

Feb

Anti-aging of women’s ovaries could enhance fertility in later years

Organs don’t all age at the same rate, and the ovaries are unfortunately one of the fastest to do so, but scientists aren’t exactly sure why.

20

Feb

Do Aphrodisiacs Really Work?

The term 'aphrodisiac' originates from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and passion.

20

Feb

Toxic metals found in drinking water, dark chocolate and certain vegetables can age Ovaries

Exposure to even small amounts of toxic metals found in drinking water and food may cause eggs in women's ovaries to deplete faster, a study has warned.

20

Jan

The Use of IVF To Prevent the Passing of Genetic Disorders

The benefits of using in vitro fertilization (IVF) to prevent genetic mutations are significant.

20

Jan

The Relationship of Diabetes to Male Infertility

One significant aspect diabetes affect is sperm quality, specifically the ability to fertilize an egg.

20

Jan

The Mediterranean Diet and IVF Success

The Mediterranean diet, which is high in B-vitamins, antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber, and low in saturated fat, sugar, and sodium, has been found to potentially benefit IVF outcomes.

20

Jan

The Association between assisted reproductive technologies and obesity.

Several studies have investigated the association between assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and obesity.

20

Jan

Stress on Women Trying to Conceive Could precipitate Cardiovascular Problems

Women trying to conceive with high levels of stress could see ensuing health problems including cardiovascular effects.

20

Dec

The Role Low and High anti-Mullerian Hormone

Both high and low AMH levels can affect fertility; excessive levels may be linked to diseases like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), while low levels frequently indicate a decreased ovarian reserve.

20

Dec

The Ramifications of Artificial Wombs in Reproduction

Our reproductive lives are considerably different from those of our ancestors, thanks in part to health innovations that have taken place over the past few decades.

20

Dec

Reasons why IVF Fails Repeatedly and Possible Solutions

One common reason for IVF failure is the inability of the embryo to implant properly in the uterus lining.

20

Dec

Protein Supplements Can Harm Bodybuilders

Bodybuilders who use protein supplements may not be aware that these supplements can potentially harm fertility.

20

Dec

Fertility Tracking with Sweat Biosensor Technology

A study published in Nature Nanotechnology has introduced a new wearable biosensor for monitoring fertility hormones, notably estradiol, in human sweat.

16

Nov

The Effect Of Spermidine On Fertility

As women age, the immature egg cells in their ovaries, called oocytes, deteriorate and decrease in number

16

Nov

Study Reveals Benefits of Psychological Counseling in Age Group 30-43 battling Infertility

Infertility may be perceived as primarily affecting physical health, but its reach frar exceeds this realm as it can infiltrate emotion stability.

16

Nov

Optimal Age for A Woman to Get Pregnant with PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a medical condition that is characterized by hormonal imbalances and metabolic issues.

16

Nov

IVF could come to terms with changes in fertility treatment process, study suggest

A Study in Maryland in the USA found that developmental stoppage occurred in nearly half of the embryos

18

Oct

Are Men a Causative Factor in Women Freezing Their Eggs?

In a study conducted by Yale University, 85% of the women who froze their eggs were single

18

Oct

How AI can Benefit IVF

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a widely used assisted reproductive technology that involves the surgical retrieval of eggs from the ovary

18

Oct

How Is the Skin Affected by Fertility Treatments?

Hormonal changes are what cause acne. Acne-prone women frequently also have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)

18

Oct

How To Prep the Body for Pregnancy in Relation to Egg Freezing

According to a study done in Singapore the upper age limit is 37 years old to freeze eggs.

18

Oct

Tips to Prevent Vaginal Issues During Pregnancy

Patients may experience vaginal pain. In the first half of pregnancy, it is because of increased vascularity.

20

Sep

How Vaping Affects Reproduction

Vaping, or using electronic cigarettes, has been a topic of concern in relation to its effects on reproduction.

20

Sep

Laser Assisted Hatching in IVF Pregnancies

Laser Assisted Hatching is a cutting-edge technique that is known to improve the chances of successful embryo implantation during IVF and for women who have had previous IVF failures.

20

Sep

Misleading Facts About Home Fertility Tests

Anti-Mullerian hormone (AHM) tests are a common part of fertility testing in the medical profession.

20

Sep

Varicocele and its relationship to infertility

Varicocele is a common health condition that affects the male reproductive system and it has been linked to male infertility.

20

Sep

What is Secondary Infertility?

Secondary infertility is the inability to achieve a pregnancy after previously getting pregnant naturally and giving birth.

21

Aug

The Signs and Symptoms of Ovulation

The following signs and symptoms that commonly relate to ovulation.

21

Aug

IVF risks and Complications to Consider

IVF pregnancy carries certain risks and complications that should be considered by individuals undergoing the procedure.

21

Aug

How the Environment is Contributing to the Male Infertility Crisis in Almost 50% of Infertility Cases

The way environmental factors affect fertility and cause effects over multiple generations may involve the epigenome of sperm.

21

Aug

Can Pregnancy Become Successful with One Fallopian Tube?

Fallopian tube problems are the cause of 30 per cent of infertility in couples all over the world.

21

Aug

Alpha Lipoic Acid for PCOS

PCOS is a prevalent female endocrinopathy, affecting 4 to 25% of females of reproductive age.

18

Jul

What Are the Reasons for a Dramatic Increase in Egg Freezing

The decision to freeze one's eggs, also known as oocyte cryopreservation, can be influenced by a variety of factors,

18

Jul

What are synthetic Embryos?

The first synthetic embryo like structures have been created from stem cells and reached a landmark stage of development.

18

Jul

How to Navigate Feeling of Fertility Failure

Be aware that is normal to fail in fertility outcomes.

18

Jul

The Relationship Between Covid 19 Vaccination and the Menstrual Cycle

COVID-19 vaccines, including adenovirus vector vaccines (such as those authorized for use in the United States and Canada), subunit vaccines, and mRNA vaccines, have not been found

19

Jun

Japanese Researchers Will Try to Develop Babies in Lab by 2028

According to a recent article in the New York Post, Japanese scientists are claiming that they are on the verge of growing human babies in the lab by incubating eggs and sperm in an artificial womb.

19

Jun

Why are Sperm counts declining?

Sperm counts have been declining, and there are several factors that contribute to this phenomenon.

19

Jun

Things to consider before undergoing IVF treatment

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a treatment for infertility in which a person's eggs are fertilized by sperm in a laboratory dish.

19

Jun

The relationship of PCOS and AMH

Polycystic ovary disease (PCOS) is a condition that affects women's reproductive health. One of the markers used to diagnose PCOS is serum anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH).

19

Jun

Facts About A Vasectomy Reversal

A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that prevents sperm from being released during ejaculation, making it an effective form of birth control.

22

May

What are Fertility Enhancement Surgeries?

Fertility enhancement surgeries are surgical procedures that can correct problems or improve female fertility.

22

May

How long Does Implantation Take?

The focus of conception is focused around the timing of conception in which the sperm meets the egg.

22

May

Beyond IVF, Reproduction Without an Egg and Sperm

The possibility of making a new person from skin or blood cells – without the need for sex goes well beyond in vitro fertilization

22

May

Babies Born After Conceived by A Robot

A Spanish startup has built a sperm-injecting robot that can be controlled using a PlayStation controller.

22

May

A guide to the language of Assisted Conception

This article is aimed at individuals who are undergoing fertility treatments or are considering them and exemplifies the terms involved with the process.

21

Apr

Things To Know About Endometriosis

Endometriosis is an inflammatory response – where endometrial-like cells appear outside of where they should be, which is in the womb.

21

Apr

The Purpose of a Fertility Score

A fertility score is a useful tool for men and women who want to know their current fertility status and plan for their future.

21

Apr

Sleep and Fertility

Several lifestyle habits interfere with the ability to get pregnant. Fertility rates are affected by detrimental habits such as smoking, drinking, and poor diet,

21

Apr

Knowledge About Basal Body Temperature

Basal body temperature (BBT) method, where a person takes daily temperature checks to monitor their menstrual cycle.

21

Apr

Embryos development are delayed When Ending in Miscarriage

Embryos in pregnancies that end in miscarriage take longer to develop in the womb than those in pregnancies that result in live births.

21

Mar

The Biological Clock of Pregnancy

A woman’s biological clock can be thought of as a hypothetical ticking clock that is counting down to the final timeframe

21

Mar

Surprising number of Americans would screen embryos for intellectual aptitude

A significant minority of Americans would favor genetic screening of embryos simply to boost their child’s chance to attend an elite university

21

Mar

Low Sperm Count In Regard to Male Infertility

Males are equally responsible for infertility as females since male partners can have Oligozoospermia (low sperm count)

21

Mar

A New Male Contraceptive Pill Shows Promise

Male contraceptives have traditionally been limited to condoms or vasectomies, which aren’t ideal solutions.

21

Mar

7 signs and symptoms of premature ovarian failure

Early loss of ovarian function has serious health consequences like risk of developing weak and brittle bones

17

Feb

Tips For Budgeting Fertility Treatment

In order to effectively save for your fertility treatment, you’ll first need to know how much it’s going to cost.

17

Feb

Is There a Lag in IVF Child Development?

According to a study done at the University of Melbourne, there are no developmental differences between children who are conceived naturally or through in-vitro fertilization.

23

Jan

An Important Factor That Could Lead to Infertility

Fibroids is the factor that could lead to infertility in women. They are benign growths that forms inside the uterus, where an unborn child develops and matures.

23

Jan

Chlamydia can lead to infertility

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease caused by bacteria that primarily attack the mucous membranes of the sexual organs

23

Jan

The top 5 male fertility supplements

Preconception male fertility vitamins are specifically formulated to provide essential nutrients that may be missing from the diet.

23

Jan

The Mediterranean Diet and Fertility

It is possible that a Mediterranean diet can improve fertility.

23

Jan

What is assisted reproductive technology?

The most common ART form is in vitro fertilization, or IVF, which involves an egg being taken out of ovaries,

17

Dec

The Reality of Egg Freezing

Egg freezing isn’t new, having first emerged in the 80s, more people are opting for this service than ever before.

17

Dec

Reasons for A Rapid Decline in the Sperm Count

There has been a rapid decline in sperm counts among men, according to a recent study.

17

Dec

Progestin For Birth Control

Progestin is a form of progesterone, a hormone that's involved in the menstrual cycle and pregnancy.

17

Dec

How To Determine When You Are More Likely to Get Pregnant

Fourteen days before your next period is when the fallopian tubes release an egg to rendezvous with some sperm that could start the creation of an embryo.

17

Dec

After a IUI procedure what Happens to The Body

One type of fertility procedure is intrauterine insemination (IUI). Over one-quarter of IUI procedures were successful, and around 90% of those who had an IUI got pregnant within three tries.

18

Nov

Hormonal vs Non-Hormonal IUD for Birth Control

IUD offers some of the most effective long-term protection from pregnancy, ranging from between three to 10 years.

18

Nov

Cryptic Pregnancy Explained

During early weeks of pregnancy, common symptoms to appear, include fatigue, mood changes, breast tenderness, nausea, cramping, and food aversions.

18

Nov

Can you Do Artificial Insemination at Home?

Performing this procedure in the home requires a sperm sample inserted into the vagina and placed at the cervix via a procedure known as intracervical insemination (ICI).

18

Nov

Can Birth Control Affect the Thyroid Gland

The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped organ located in the lower part of your neck.

20

Oct

Genetic Testing Before Pregnancy

Genetic testing, also known as carrier screening, is a test that can identify whether a person carries a gene for specific genetic disorders.

20

Oct

IVF vs IUI, How Are They Different?

In reality to have a baby is simple: you find a partner, have unprotected PIV sex for a few months, and get pregnant.

20

Oct

Success Rate of In-Vitro Treatments Are Increased by Hyaluronic Acid

Israeli scientists have found that a type of acid helps boost the odds of success for women trying to conceive by using their own eggs when undergoing in-vitro fertilization (IVF).

20

Oct

Uterus Transplants and Their Risks

The opportunity to conceive, carry and give birth to a biologically related child is a deep desire for many women.

20

Oct

Your Body After A Round of IVF

In the process of IVF, the practitioner needs to shut down hormones. The most recent and updated protocols are patient-friendly and you rarely experience any of those side effects.

17

Sep

What A Fertility Assessment Entails

According to studies a fertility evaluation is valid for people who are under 35 and have been unsuccessfully trying to conceive with regular intercourse for 12 months.

17

Sep

The Dilemma for Procreation

There has been a gap between sex and procreation that has been widening for the past 50 years thanks to the rise of fertility drugs, embryonic genetic testing, artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization (IVF).

17

Sep

Test To Detect Genetic Disorders in Unborn Babies Could Revolutionize Pregnancy

Researchers at Columbia University have developed a fast read test that can accurately detect whether a fetus has extra or missing chromosomes.

17

Sep

Fertility In Your 20’s and Later Years

One study found that women between the ages of 19 and 26 have a 50% chance of getting pregnant on any given month if they have unprotected sexual intercourse on the most fertile day of their menstrual cycle.

17

Sep

A Specific Protein on The Surface of Eggs Could Unlock New Fertility Treatments

Fertilization is a long chain of molecular events that need to happen in exactly the right way, in the right order, at the right time, and just one step not going to plan can mean the difference between conception and not.

17

Aug

Reasons For Infertility in a Female

There are other reasons besides the most common such as alcoholism and smoking that deter pregnancy. Other reasons to include in this summation are:

17

Aug

A Mystery Of Female Reproduction

An Interesting anomaly is the human egg cell. These cells do ultimately accrue damage, however the stay preserved for decades, sometimes remaining dormant in ovaries for up to 50 years without losing their reproductive capacity.

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