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Malaria Drug Treats Recurrent Miscarriage
An anti-malaria drug has helped a UK women to have a baby after 20 miscarriages.

Aspirin And Fish Oil May Boost Uterus Receptivity
Combining low dose aspirin and fish oil may help to correct poor blood flow to the uterus which is suspected of being a major cause of implantation failure and recurrent miscarriage.

MSG May Harm Fertility
MSG has been shown to alter male and female fertility and may be harmful during pregnancy. Learn how to avoid this potent neuro-toxin in your diet.

Vitamin C May Help Luteal Phase Defect
Vitamin C may be a key for raising progesterone and estrogen in the luteal phase to increase pregnancy rates and prevent miscarriages caused by low hormone levels.

NK Cells May Impair Uterine Blood Flow
High levels of NK cells may impair blood flow to the uterus which is known to increase the risks of miscarriage. Reproductive immunologists test for and treat this condition.

Letrozole More Successful Than Clomid In PCOS
Letrozole may yield better pregnancy rates and improves embryo implantation compared to Clomid in women with PCOS.

Propolis And Endometriosis
Propolis - a bee product - has been shown to increase pregnancy rates in women with endometriosis.

Pesticides In Drinking Water May Harm Fertility
Pesticides in drinking water - even at safe levels - can disrupt female fertility. A good water filter can help.

Heavy Metals May Reduce Embryo Quality
Excessive heavy metals may reduce egg and embryo quality. Detoxification may help.

Is Wi-Fi Hazardous To Sperm?
A 2011 study has raised concern that exposure to Wi-Fi may lower sperm motility and increase DNA damage.

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