Dr.SwethaThumula

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How Can Addictions Kill Your Fertility?

It is already a known fact that our lifestyle, food habits and addictions affect our fertility . There is a pretty long list of evidences about the effect of addictions on our chances of having children. Here is detailed discussion about how addictions like caffeine, alcohol or smoking can kill all hopes of […]

By |June 24th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Important Infertility Facts

People who often brood over their inability to become parents want to know what went wrong with them? Why can’t they experience a normal parenthood like the others do? Often they have to satisfy themselves with obscure answers like “unexplained infertility”. Finding reasons for infertility is like finding a needle in the […]

By |May 9th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Simple way to boost IVF success

Regular intake of soy reduces the effects of bisphenol A in women’s’ body. This can be all the more useful for those who are opting for IVF to have a baby. The bisphenol A also known as the BPA has been found to be intervening with the IVF process, thereby lowering down the […]

By |April 21st, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

IVF Failures Related To Faulty Genes

Even after multiple IVF cycles, some women cannot conceive. Why do the IVF failures happen? Should we give one more try or decide to stop it? Often these questions go unanswered leaving the unfortunate couple with unending disappointment. However, the good news is the researchers of the obstetrics and gynecology department of the University Of […]

By |April 19th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Watch out for these infertility symptoms

Am I infertile? This is the toughest question that some of us have to face while we try to conceive. Infertility cannot be identified until a couple tries to have a baby. Though it is mostly associated with women, male infertility is equally common. If you are trying to have a baby (having […]

By |March 10th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Rejuvenated Eggs May See More Successful IVF

Female fertility related issues are skyrocketing each year. One out of every five women is diagnosed by fertility related issues. Women aged around 30 to 40 years are more vulnerable to infertility compared to their younger counterpart, though younger women are not entirely safe. The desire of becoming a mother brings most women […]

By |March 8th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Unknown Zika facts makes it more scary

Zika is the scariest thing that has surfaced lately. It is a virus that is allegedly causing birth defects in newborns. Mother’s affected with Zika virus is giving birth to babies with microcephaly, a rare birth defect resulting in excessively smaller head and abnormal brain development. However, though microcephaly can also result from alcoholism […]

By |February 26th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Is Your Body Baby-Ready?

Are you planning for a baby? Yes? Then you must know that your body has to undergo a lot of changes during the 9 months of pregnancy. It is important that you make your body ready to accept these changes easily. There are plenty of preparations that are needed to ensure that you have a […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Female Fertility Treatments Are Still Underutilized

According to the federal data, there hasn’t been any increase in the number of women seeking for female fertility treatments in recent time. In spite of the increase in the awareness and also in the ease in availability of the treatment procedure, services are still underutilized. You might think, people in our generation are more […]

By |January 13th, 2016|Blog|2 Comments

Next-Gen Sequencing Procreates IVF Baby

The reason behind nearly two-third IVF failures is the abnormalities in the DNA of the foetus. These abnormalities prevent the successful implant and even lead to miscarriages. Though there are tests to detect genetic and chromosomal defects in the embryo prior to IVF, but they are expensive and have drawbacks. The University of Oxford researchers […]

By |January 4th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments