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Miscarriage And Poor Uterine Blood Flow
Poor uterine blood flow - as determined by 3D ultrasound Doppler - may be a determining factor in the success of pregnancy.
Miscarriage History May Up Cardiovascular Risks
Having multiple miscarriage or a single stillbirth may indicate that you have increased risks for cardiovascular events. Extra preventative care may help.
Miscarriage? Take A Thyroid Stress Test
A thyroid stress-test may be able to identify women whose miscarriages are due to poor thyroid function in early pregnancy
More Magnesium May Help Infertility
Magnesium may help to resolve unexplained infertility and is especially important to supplement adequately to protect your pregnancy, are you getting enough?
More Vitamin D For Fertility And Pregnancy
Upping your vitamin D levels could help you conceive and during pregnancy could help to prevent premature birth and infections, when you conceive make sure that you are taking enough to protect your pregnancy -and baby - from harm.
More Vitamin D Needed In Pregnancy
Taking ten times the usual dose of vitamin D is recommended by some experts for a healthy pregnancy.
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.
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.
Mushrooms-A Novel Treatment For PCOS?
A mushroom extract has been demonstrated to up ovulation rates in women with PCOS both alone and in combination with clomid.
Myo-Inositol During IVF And Non-PCOS Women
Should you take myo-inositol alongside gonadotropin stimulation in IVF if you don't have PCOS? A 2012 study explores the effects of myo-inositol.
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