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Soy May Help IVF Success
Despite the controversy surrounding whether or not you should eat soy when trying to conceive research shows that soy may boost IVF success rates when used therapeutically after embryo transfer.
Sperm Motility Improves With Moderate Exercise
Engaging in regular moderate exercise may help to improve sperm motility according to a 2011 study.
Sperm Motility May Improve With A Healthy Diet
Sperm motility may improve significantly when diet quality is improved.
Stevia May Harm Fertility
Animal studies have led to concern that the natural sweetener stevia may cause fertility problems when consumed regularly.
Sunscreen May Disrupt Fertility Hormones
Sunscreen often contains chemicals that are proven endocrine disruptors. Learn how to choose safe sunscreens to keep your hormones balanced and protect your baby-to-be.
Test Ovarian Antibodies Before IVF
Can testing for anti-ovarian antibodies (AOA) before IVF improve the odds of IVF succeeding? A 2010 study recommends that women are allowed this test before they proceed.
Testosterone Offers New Hope For IVF Success
For women who are labeled poor responders, pretreatment with testosterone is a novel way to help IVF succeed and increase pregnancy rates.
The Thyroid Solution Book Review
A wonderful book that highlights the way that even mild thyroid problems can cause infertility, depression and miscarriage and what to do about it.
Three Key Nutrients For Boosting Sperm Motility
Three nutrients have been proven to significantly boost sperm motility.
Thyroid Antibody Treatement for IVF Success
Thyroid antibodies may cause IVF to fail and can more than double miscarriage rates. Learn about little-used treatments that can help you to have better IVF response, egg quality, embryo quality and higher pregnancy rates.
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