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Luteal Phase Defect And Dietary Fiber
Excessive dietary fiber may be trigger luteal phase defect.
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.
Luteal phase Helped By Vitamin E And hCG
A healthy robust luteal phase is important for implantation and early pregnancy. Vitamin E and hCG support may help the corpus luteum to function better, improve intra-ovarian blood flow and improve your chances of conceiving.
Magnesium And Uterine Blood Flow
The magnesium content of many diets falls short; this important mineral may be critical for good blood flow dynamics which support fertility and implantation.
Magnesium May Boost Post-Pill Fertility
Ensuring adequate magnesium may help you to get pregnant 51% faster after stopping the contraceptive pill.
Malaria Drug Treats Recurrent Miscarriage
An anti-malaria drug has helped a UK women to have a baby after 20 miscarriages.
Male BPA Exposure May Harm Embryo Quality
Male BPA exposure may reduce embryo quality, learn how to keep exposure levels low.
Male Diet May Help IVF/ICSI Success
Certain kinds of diets may have a 'drastic effect' of pregnancy rates with ICSI, your doctor may not tell you this but what you eat may make a difference to success rates.
Male Phthalate Exposure Delays Pregnancy
When men have higher levels of urinary phthalates, conception may be delayed markedly. Learn how to reduce phthalate exposure to boost male fertility.
Mastodynon Homeopathic Remedy For Infertility
Mastodynon is a German homeopathic remedy proven to improve pregnancy rates in women with luteal phase defect, unexplained infertility and secondary amenorrhea.
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