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Unexplained Infertility And Natural Killer Cells
Elevated levels of natural killer cells (NK) - the good guys that keep you healthy - may be keeping you infertile too!

Unexplained Infertility Could Be Celiac Disease
Women with unexplained infertility have a higher risk of having celiac disease which can cause infertility and miscarriage.

Unexplained Infertility Linked To Low Selenium
Unexplained fertility has been linked with low levels of selenium which may trigger a deficiency of a key fertility antioxidant. Are you getting enough?

Unexplained Infertility Tied To Poor Blood Flow
Women with unexplained infertility are more likely to have poor ovarian and uterine blood flow which can be corrected with acupuncture and other natural treatments.

Untreated Diabetes May Harm Male Fertility
Diabetes may adversely affect male fertility even when sperm tests are normal, a diabetes test may be your missing link if you are having trouble TTC.

Ureaplasma And Poor Sperm Morphology
Ureaplasma infections may be at the root of much male infertility especially poor sperm morphology. Fortunately Ureaplasma is treatable with antibiotics.

Uterine Blood Flow Problems and PCOS
Women with PCOS may need to take steps to improve uterine blood flow to increase the chances of conceiving.

Uterine Blood Flow, Nitric Oxide and Miscarriage
Having adequate uterine blood flow - facilitated by adequate nitric oxide production - may help prevent pregnancy loss

Vitamin B12 And Early Pregnancy Loss
Early pregnancy losses and chemical pregnancies may be linked with low levels of vitamin B12.

Vitamin C May Help Luteal Phase Defect
Vitamin C may be a key for raising progesterone and estrogen in the luteal phase to increase pregnancy rates and prevent miscarriages caused by low hormone levels.

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