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Toxoplasmosis Avoidance
Avoiding toxoplasmosis infection is important in pregnancy, learn the main sources of infection and how to stay toxoplasmosis-free.

Trans-Abdominal Egg Retrieval
For an unlucky few, the ovaries may impossible to reach at oocyte retrieval. Trans-abdominal oocyte retrieval may help to ensure that your eggs are retrieved.

Two Pieces Of Fruit Daily May Deter Fibroids
Nutritional strategies such as eating fruit daily may reduce your risk of fibroids which may in turn help you to conceive.

Understanding the AMH Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test
An AMH test may be used to: diagnose ovarian reserve, predict the likelihood of IVF success, or to diagnose PCOS.

Unexplained Infertility And Natural Killer Cells
Elevated levels of natural killer cells (NK) - the good guys that keep you healthy - may make women 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.

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