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Next-Gen Sequencing Procreates IVF Baby

By |January 4th, 2016|

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 […]

Mobiles and Male Infertility

By |December 31st, 2015|

Keeping mobile phones in your trouser’s pocket can prevent you from fathering babies.Mobile phones have made communications easier. These utility boxes store the entire world for us. But can they kill our hopes of becoming parents? Yes, they can. According to a recent research conducted by a team of researchers from the department of Bio […]

Instruction For Pregnant Women

By |December 21st, 2015|

Consult the doctor after missing the period. From then once in a month till 7th month, once in 15 days till 9th month and once in a week thereafter.

DIET: Take high protein diet, milk vegetables and fruits. Non vegetarians should take fish, meat and eggs. Vegetarians should take pulses, groundnuts etc. Excess salt should not […]

Thyroid And Female Infertility

By |December 15th, 2015|

Over a million people across the world suffer from thyroid problems. In most cases people take thyroid issues very casually. This is because people are unaware of the fact, that thyroid can be the reason behind other serious ailments. Most women undergoing treatment for female infertility have been diagnosed with severe thyroid malfunctionality. If thyroid […]

Male fertility problems, obesity – Here’s something new

By |December 9th, 2015|

Obesity is considered to be the most prominent reason behind both female and male fertility problems. Now, it has been scientifically proven by a group of researchers in Denmark, that children may inherit obesity from their parents, especially from the father. A thorough research was carried out involving 13 obese men and 10 men having […]

Vitamin D Deficiency May Trigger Erectile Dysfunction

By |November 20th, 2015|

Research finds that lack of the “Sunshine Vitamin” (Vitamin D) may make a man impotent. After analyzing the data collected from 3,400 American men, the researchers formulated the theory. Among these men, thirty percent had Vitamin D deficiency of which 16% were suffering from erectile dysfunction. Heart diseases and diabetes are considered two of greatest […]

Male Infertility May Lead To Testicular Cancer

By |November 20th, 2015|

Infertility may open the door for testicular cancer in men. According to the available research sub fertile or infertile men are at higher risk of developing testicular cancer at later stages.

A research was conducted over nearly 20,000 men as a part of male infertility treatment during 1996-2011. They underwent a semen analysis. These samples were […]

Walnuts – The Newest Remedy for Male Infertility

By |November 17th, 2015|

Male infertility is seeing a severe upsurge in recent time. This problem is not just concentrated to any particular area. Men around the globe are suffering from increased rate of male infertility related issues. The causes are varied or may even go undetected in some cases. Infertility researchers are hence, always in look out for […]

Keeping away from a fertility center?

By |November 6th, 2015|

Is the feeling “I am not infertile” refraining you from visiting a fertility center?It has been found that infertile couple, have a sense of disbelieve playing at the back of their minds. Most of them, who were surveyed, agreed that before they tried to conceive, they never imagined finding themselves in this scenario. The feeling […]

Child Abuse, Neglect May Lead To Infertility In Women

By |October 8th, 2015|

Infertility affects nearly 10 % of the couples during their reproductive age. It is among one of the most common problems that couples across the world are facing. But what is the actual cause behind this? Infertility may have plenty of reasons. According to a study done by the researchers of Tulane University; a woman […]