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Sildenafil May Thicken A Thin Uterus Lining
Having a thin uterus lining - under 9 mm - is known to compromise IVF success and increase miscarriage rates, a novel treatment can often help.

Melatonin May Rejuvenate Female Fertility
Melatonin is a powerful ovarian antioxidant which is proven to protect egg quality, boost luteal hormone levels and IVF success.

Luteal Phase Defect Helped By Nutrients/HCG Shots
Luteal phase defect can be caused by poor blood ovarian flow. Specific nutrients have been demonstrated to correct poor ovarian blood flow and to boost flagging progesterone levels.

Thyroid Treatment Drops Miscarriage Rates
Prophylactic treatment with thyroid hormones can significantly drop miscarriage rates in women with mild thyroid dysfunctions, a TSH around 1.0 mIU/L may be protective.

Acupuncture Help For PCOS
Acupuncture can induce ovulation in many PCOS women avoiding or minimizing the need for clomid and gonadotropin injections. This study shows how over a third of PCOS women may benefit.

Green Tea May Help IVF If Endometriosis Is Present
Green tea can reduce levels of VEGF which may be increased in women with endometriosis; by reducing VEGF green tea may improve implantation rates in women with endometriosis.

Running, Exercise And Luteal Phase Defect
Luteal phase defect may be caused by excessive exercising, especially running, it may be wise to rethink your exercise program while trying to conceive.

Green Tea May Help Endometriosis
Green tea extracts have a potent anti-estrogenic effect which although detrimental to some forms of infertility may be helpful for resolving endometriosis.

Too Much Green Tea May Lower Female Fertility
Green tea catechins have potent anti-estrogenic effects that may lower fertility in women with already low hormone levels.

Running Lowers Estrogen And Fertility For Some
Regular vigorous exercise drops estrogen significantly which may prevent ovulation or cause luteal phase defect for some women.

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