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NK Cells May Impair Uterine Blood Flow
High levels of NK cells may impair blood flow to the uterus which is known to increase the risks of miscarriage. Reproductive immunologists test for and treat this condition.
Non Stick Pans and Infertility
Is your cookware making you infertile? How to avoid non stick coatings for a speedier conception.
Ovarian Reserve Testing And IVF
Ovarian reserve testing can help your IVF to be more successful by allowing you to make better decisions about when, how and where you cycle. Learn how.
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.
Ovarian Ultrasound Test Predicts IVF Success
A simple ultrasound to count the ovarian antral follicles can predict IVF success, do you know your numbers?
Parabens May Lower Fertility And Embryo Quality
Parabens based preservatives are in many personal care products, studies show they may reduce embryo quality and fertility in women. Learn how to avoid them.
PCB Exposure Can Harm IVF Success
The success of your IVF could be linked to the levels of toxic PCBs in your blood is the take home message from a number of new studies on the link between PCBs and IVF success rates. Learn how to reduce your risks to boost your chances of conceiving.
PCOS Helped By D-Chiro-Inositol
Supplementation with d-chiro-inositol is proven to restart ovulation naturally for many PCOS women, it's safe, natural, and may help you to avoid costly IVF and other fertility treatments.
PCOS? Check Your Homocysteine Levels
Homocysteine is more likely to be high if you have PCOS and this factor can reduce fertility, IVF success and up miscarriage rates. Knowing you have a homocysetine problem can allow you to get speedy treatment to improve fertility.
PCOS? Could You Have Endometrial Polyps Too?
Women with PCOS are almost three times more likely to have endometrial polyps than non-PCOS women. Polyp removal may restore fertility quickly.
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