According to research statistics, sperm counts in the Western World have fallen by a jaw-dropping 50% over the last couple of decades (less than 40 years). What's worse is that this decline in male fertility is showing no signs of slowing down!
The decision to become a single parent isn’t an easy one to make. It may bea choice prompted by not having found a suitable person to start a family with or not being drawn to the idea of a committed relationship but having a strong desire to become a mother or a father.Single parent IVF gives you the chance of fulfilling your dream of having your own biological child.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is an option to assist women having difficulty conceiving a child due to fertility issues or genetic problems. Here are some things you need to focus on to set the stage and build a platform on which you can do your very best to ensure a positive outcome with IVF treatment.
An egg donor may be needed if a couple cannot achieve pregnancy through other fertility procedures such as in vitro fertilization. Even though it may not be the first choice of treatment in most cases, the use of an egg donor has the highest success rate of all fertility treatments.
National infertility week is observed from April 21st to April 27th of this year with the goal to raise awareness about infertility and help people successfully cope with this condition.
Eating a well-balanced diet that contains a variety of healthy foods will ensure your body is getting the necessary nutrients to boost your fertility. With March being National Nutrition Month, it is an excellent time to make sure you are taking the right steps to getting proper nutrition and eating healthy.
It is February, the “month of heart health”. Let us talk about the health of that indispensable yet not immortal ticker in your body – the heart. Your heart just ticks round the clock 365 days a year without pause. Don’t you think it needs special care and attention, especially if you are a mom-to-be?
Fasting is the willing abstention from all or some foods / drinks, partially or totally, for a set period. It is a part of many cultures and religions. Though fasting is a practice that dates back centuries, it has seen a surge in its popularity very recently in many forms (for example - intermittent fasting.)