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Laparoscopy May Solve Unexplained Infertility
Diagnostic laparoscopy is often skipped as women with unexplained infertility are pushed towards ART/IVF as the only solution. Laparoscopy also has impressive success rates.
Why Estrogen May Help Comid Cycles
Clomid may be more effective - and safer - when given with estrogen to increase egg quality and fertilization rates, find out why.
N-Acetyl Cysteine May Help PCOS If Clomid Fails
When Clomid fails PCOS women may not be offered this simple inexpensive treatment that my help to restore ovulation.
High Fat Diets May Harm Sperm Count
A diet high in fat - especially saturated fat - may lower sperm counts and concentration according to a 2012 study.
Intense Exercise Can Delay Pregnancy
Intense exercise can increase the time it takes to become pregnant according to a huge 2012 study on over 3,000 women.
Ovarian Stimulation Adversely Affects The Thyroid
Forty four percent of women with normal thyroid function may develop thyroid problems that are linked to increased miscarriage risks after ovarian hyperstimulation.
DHEA May Reduce Aneuploidy Risks
DHEA has been proven to lower the risk of aneuploidy which causes Down's syndrome and other chromosomal defects reducing risks for older women.
DHEA May Drop Miscarriage Rates
DHEA has been demonstrated to trigger a huge in drop miscarriage rates in women with diminished ovarian reserve by protecting chromosomes
DHEA May Help Diminished Ovarian Reserve
DHEA may have a powerful restorative effect on oocytes of women with poor ovarian reserve, significantly increasing pregnancy rates and dropping miscarriage rates.
Caffeine Reduces Female Fertility
Your daily caffeine fix could significantly lengthen the time it takes to conceive, it may be time to give up your cup of joe.
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