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Luteal Phase Defect And Dietary Fiber
Excessive dietary fiber may be trigger luteal phase defect.

Prednisone Or Lovenox For Miscarriage Prevention?
Short-term prednisone combined with baby aspirin and progesterone has been shown to out-perform Lovenox in women with recurrent miscarriage with no side-effects.

Prednisone Dramatically Reduces Miscarriage Risks
Short-term prednisone during the first trimester has been shown to produce birth rates of over 90% in women with at least 3 prior losses.

Running/Exercising Stops Ovulation In 50% Of Women
Research shows that half of regularly exercising women don't ovulate and those that do experience a high frequency of luteal phase defect compared to women who are less active. It may be time to rethink your exercise program while trying to conceive.

Myo-Inositol During IVF And Non-PCOS Women
Should you take myo-inositol alongside gonadotropin stimulation in IVF if you don't have PCOS? A 2012 study explores the effects of myo-inositol.

Miscarriage And Poor Uterine Blood Flow
Poor uterine blood flow - as determined by 3D ultrasound Doppler - may be a determining factor in the success of pregnancy.

Important - Take Vitamin D With A Main Meal
Vitamin D absorption can be increase by 50% if you take it with a main meal. Learn about the new recommendations for vitamin D.

PCOS? Check Your Homocysteine Levels
Homocysteine is more likely to be high if you have PCOS and this factor can reduce fertility, IVF success and up miscarriage rates. Knowing you have a homocysetine problem can allow you to get speedy treatment to improve fertility.

High Homocysteine Drops Fertility And IVF Success
Having higher levels of homocysteine can adversely affect fertility and may increase miscarriage rates. You may want to ask for this test before TTC.

Unexplained Infertility Linked To Low Selenium
Unexplained fertility has been linked with low levels of selenium which may trigger a deficiency of a key fertility antioxidant. Are you getting enough?

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