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  • The Benefits of Prenatal Exercise

    Prenatal exercise tied to lower risk of high birth weight and fewer C-sections (dailyRx News) Pregnancy calls for kicking those swollen feet up and simply trying to relax, right? Maybe not. Moms-to-be might not need to be so fast to slow down. A new study found that pregnant women who exercised were less likely to […]

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  • 4 Reasons to Freeze Your Eggs

    Maybe you’ve never considered the idea of freezing your eggs. After all, many women have not. But depending on your age, health and other factors, it may be something to think about. Egg freezing, also known as oocyte cryopreservation, is new assisted reproductive technology that has opened a new horizon for women, allowing the preservation […]

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  • Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) for Aneuploidy with IVF

    Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is a field of medicine for the treatment of infertility. ART assists in the fertilization of the sperm and egg (outside a woman’s body, in a lab), either through in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) is a diagnostic tool used to examine embryos formed […]

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  • Best exercises during pregnancy: the top 5

    Congratulations on your pregnancy! Now you can sit back, relax and put your feet up for the next 9 months, right? Not so fast! Attitudes and beliefs about prenatal exercise have drastically changed over the past 20 years. No longer is pregnancy viewed as a time to sit, watch TV and eat chocolate. These days, […]

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  • Impact of Obesity on Fertility Can be Reversed

    In a breakthrough discovery, researchers at the University of Adelaide have revealed how damage from obesity is passed from a mother to her children, and also how that damage can be reversed. The findings, by a team led by the University’s Robinson Research Institute, have major implications for the future of fertility research and are […]

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  • In vitro births continue to rise in US

    More babies in the United States are being conceived by in vitro fertilization, a new report shows. Nearly 2,000 more infants were born with the help of this assisted reproductive technology in 2013, compared with 2012, the researchers reported. Almost 175,000 in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles led to the birth of slightly more than 63,000 […]

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  • 12 early signs that you might be pregnant

    Anyone who has been trying to conceive (TTC) knows that the two weeks between ovulation and the first day of your missed period is a long time to wait to confirm a pregnancy. Women can experience pregnancy symptoms soon after implantation occurs, which is between 8-14 days after ovulation. By 8 weeks of pregnancy, 90% […]

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  • New World Health Semen Analysis Parameters

    In 2010 the World Health Organization (WHO) updated its reference values for the Semen Analysis.[1] This update was long overdue as the last version was published in 1999. There is a significant difference on how the old and new reference ranges were derived. In the past, semen data from random populations of men were analyzed […]

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  • One vs Two IUIs

    Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a low-cost treatment available to sub fertile couples. The procedure is typically used in combination with ovulation induction medications such as Clomid, Femara or injectables, but can also be used with spontaneous or natural ovulatory cycles. IUI can be performed with a partner sperm (fresh or frozen), or with donor samples […]

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  • Fetal Free DNA

    Prenatal tests help to determine abnormalities in your unborn child as early as the fetal stage of development. Fetal free DNA testing is a prenatal screening test that can identify certain birth defects in the fetus related to abnormal numbers of chromosomes. The test can also indicate the blood type and sex of the fetus. […]

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