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  • Prolonging IVF treatment could boost success rates

    Increasing the number of cycles of in vitro fertilization to more than three or four may boost success rates for infertile women up to the age of 42, according to a new study published in JAMA, with six IVF cycles producing the highest live birth rates. Source: Medical News Today Read more

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  • Standard treatment better than proposed alternative for unexplained infertility

    Treatment with clomiphene, a standard therapy for couples with unexplained infertility, results in more live births than treatment with a potential alternative, letrozole, according to a study of more than 900 couples conducted by a National Institutes of Health research network. Source: Medical Xpress Read more

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  • Weight loss, exercise improve fertility in women with PCOS

    Weight loss and exercise improve ovulation in women who have polycystic ovary syndrome, a common hormone disorder that often causes infertility, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Source: Medical Xpress Read more

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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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  • 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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  • Home LH / Ovulation Testing

    LH (Lutinizing Hormone) is the pituitary hormone that induces ovulation in the midcycle. This hormone is released from the brain into the circulation causing release of the egg 34-36 hours later. The hormone can also be identified in the urine and ovulation usually follows 12-24 hours later, with most patients ovulating by 48 hours after […]

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  • Antibiotics During Pregnancy May Increase Child’s Obesity Risk

    A new study reports that antibiotic use during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk for obesity in the child. Researchers studied 436 mothers and their children from birth until age 7, gathering data on antibiotic use from interviews. After controlling for gestational age, birth weight, breast-feeding, maternal body mass index and socioeconomic status, among […]

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  • When adoption is multi-cultural

    “I can’t pretend I’m colored and I can’t pretend that I’m going to raise her in a colored way, but that’s not important, as long she’s exposed to everything,” says Kerryn Vermeulen of her 2-year-old adopted daughter. Kerryn and her husband Etienne are both white. Their daughter Riley, is colored, making them one of hundreds […]

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  • Common Misconceptions about Reproduction, Fertility, Infertility Treatment

    Commonly believed misconceptions about reproduction, fertility and Infertility treatment are far to common; it is vital that accurate information about reproduction, fertility and infertility treatment becomes common knowledge. A new study reveals that many U.S. women hold misconceptions about the basics of baby-making and the female reproductive system. In a Web-based survey of 1,000 women […]

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  • Endometriosis and Infertility

    About 30 percent to 40 percent of women with endometriosis are infertile, making it one of the top three causes for female infertility. Endometriosis is when the kind of tissue that normally lines the uterus grows somewhere else. It can grow on the ovaries, behind the uterus or on the bowels or bladder. Rarely, it […]

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