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Ureaplasma And Poor Sperm Morphology
Ureaplasma infections may be at the root of much male infertility especially poor sperm morphology. Fortunately Ureaplasma is treatable with antibiotics.
Caffeine Paralyzes Fallopian Tubes
Caffeine has been shown to increase fertility and miscarriage.Research shows that fallopian tubes are especially sensitive to caffeine which is best avoided when trying to conceive.
BPA's Harmful Effects On Egg Quality
BPA is known to adversely affect egg quality, increase miscarriage risk, reduce IVF success and harm male sperm. Learn how to reduce your exposure now to help improve your fertility.
Hydrotubation May Help Tubal Infertility
Studies show that a novel low-tech fallopian tube treatment can result in pregnancy success for women with tubal and unexplained infertility.
Men Need Pre-Conceptual Folic Acid Too
Folic acid can help to protect sperm DNA from damage, men may benefit from taking pre-conceptual nutrients such as folic acid even when sperm tests are normal.
AMH Test Predicts IVF Success
Testing AMH before IVF can help to fine-tune your fertility treatments for greater success.
BPA Harms Sperm and Male Fertility
BPA needs to be rigorously avoided when trying to conceive to keep sperm healthy and fertile. Learn how to minimize your risks - keeping BPA low could help your baby-to-be too.
IVF May Be Needed After Chlamydia
Women with a past history of Chlamydia are less likely to conceive naturally and may need IVF. Getting tested for past or present Chlamydia antibodies may help you to understand your risks of hidden tubal disease.
Vitamins May Optimize Sperm Health
Having a 'normal' sperm analysis can mean that sperm are still in the sub-fertile ranges. Vitamins may help to restore optimal sperm health to speed conception.
The Thyroid Solution Book Review
A wonderful book that highlights the way that even mild thyroid problems can cause infertility, depression and miscarriage and what to do about it.
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