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Sperm Motility Improves With Moderate Exercise
Engaging in regular moderate exercise may help to improve sperm motility according to a 2011 study.
Mediterranean Diet May Prevent Birth Defects
The quality of your diet before conception may be able to reduce the chances that your child will have a birth defect such as neural tube defects. A Mediterranean diet may be very protective.
CoQ10 Helps Rejuvenate Older Eggs
CoQ10 is able to reduce oxidative stress within the ovary and may help to rejuvenate older eggs. This may help women with poor ovarian reserve to have a greater chance of conceiving.
Tomatoes And Lycopene May Help Reduce Fibroids
Eating tomatoes daily or taking a lycopene supplement may help to shrink uterine fibroids and deter new fibroid growth helping to preserve fertility.
NK Cell Testing May Predict Miscarriage Risks
A simple blood test for NK cell levels and NK activity may predict miscarriage and open up treatment options *before* you conceive.
Gluten Free Diets, Fertility And Arsenic
If you eat a lot of rice - you may be eating more arsenic than you realize - learn how to reduce your risks to protect male and female fertility.
Foods To Avoid In Early Pregnancy
As soon as you conceive you should take care to avoid certain foods that could have a negative effect on your pregnancy and baby.
Egg Quality, Diet, Lifestyle And Fish Oil
Certain diet styles and lifestyle choices can affect the length of your telomeres which may determine egg quality. Learn what makes a difference.
Avoiding toxoplasmosis infection is important in pregnancy, learn the main sources of infection and how to stay toxoplasmosis-free.
Boost Blood Flow For Luteal Phase Defect
Luteal phase defect is closely tied to poor ovarian blood flow, improving pelvic and ovarian blood flow may help the ovaries to function better.
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