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Stevia May Harm Fertility
Animal studies have led to concern that the natural sweetener stevia may cause fertility problems when consumed regularly.

MTHFR C677T And Miscarriage
If you have had a miscarriage getting tested for the MTHFR gene mutation can help you get the treatments you need to succeed.

Antioxidants May Up ICSI Success Rates
ICSI may be far more successful when preceded by antioxidant supplementation to reduce sperm DNA fragmentation.

Are His Sperm Ready For ICSI?
Sperm DNA integrity may be a hidden problem when other aspects of sperm health such as counts, motility and morphology are poor. DNA integrity predicts ICSI success and is worth actively protecting in the months before ICSI/IVF.

DHEA May Help Premature Ovarian Failure
DHEA has been proven to help some women with premature ovarian failure conceive with their own eggs through it's powerful rejuvenating effect on the ovary.

Can Laparoscopy Help Conception After IVF Failure?
Women are often ushered through the ART process from Clomid to IVF without a diagnostic laparoscopy which may - even after IVF failure - help women to conceive successfully.

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.

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.

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