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Improving your Fertility before Seeing the Fertility Specialist

Certain fertility issues are easy to pinpoint and treat while others are more evasive. Before you choose to pursue fertility treatments, there are specific ways you can boost your fertility without medical help. Before scheduling a fertility specialist visit, consider how the following suggestions might help increase your fertility. Eat healthy foods Many doctors believe Read More …



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Top Causes of Infertility

Infertility can affect people regardless of age, gender and marital status. In fact, there are millions of couples worldwide who struggle with infertility. Some of the most common fixable lifestyle causes of infertility in both men and women include: Obesity. Besides other health problems like diabetes, obesity can be a contributing factor to infertility in Read More …



Ways to Decrease the Risk of Infertility

Your overall health contributes to reproductive ability. When you are actively trying to conceive, certain factors increase your risk for infertility. Find out how to decrease the risks of infertility. Avoid Substance Abuse For men, smoking cigarettes and marijuana reduces sperm count and motility, and also increases the risk for abnormal sperm. In addition, smoking Read More …



Overview of Selective Embryo Transfer (eSET)

Elective SET Selective embryo transfer (SET) is an option for many couples who are at risk for transmitting an inherited condition. After embryos are produced via standard in vitro fertilization (IVF) techniques, 1-2 cells are removed from each embryo to evaluate the disorder. Each embryo has only 6-10 cells, so removing one will not bring Read More …



Recent Advancements in Fertility Treatments

The field of assisted reproductive technology (ART) has come a long way in the last four decades. Around 1% of babies in the United States are conceived using in vitro fertilization (IVF), according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This process allows an egg to be fertilized outside of the womb and then Read More …



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