A recent study at the Harvard School of Public Health indicates that women with fertility problems, especially those who aren’t ovulating, tend to consume higher amounts of Trans fats then women without infertility issues. The results of the study suggest that women who ingest a mere 2% of total calories from Trans fats instead of healthier monounsaturated fats doubled their risk of infertility.
The semen analysis is the a lab test used to evaluation of sperm. The three most commonly used parameters of the test are the sperm concentration (how many sperm are […]
Fertility depends on many factors, including genetics and luck. You can’t change those two elements but you can increase your fertility and decrease your chance of miscarriage with some simple lifestyle choices. Here are 5 easy ways to help yourself.
In a study of 114 women at the Reproductive Medicine and Fertility Centre in Colorado Springs (American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) October 2004) half of the women received acupuncture prior to and following embryo replacement.
The women who received acupuncture had a 51% pregnancy rate compared to 36% in control group and a 08% miscarriage rate compared to 20% in control group.