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Female Fertility & Infertility Medical Tests by rotundaivf Posted Wed 26 Sep 2012 7:55am Inability of a couple to carry a pregnancy and naturally conceive a child for a period of more then one year is a condition of infertility. It is also known as sub fertility. Infertility is a serious worry for many couples because it's a diagnosis that has the potential to dramatically alter the life that you always imagined for yourself. Hence to ... Read on »
Are Drugstore Male Infertility Tests a Good Idea? by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted Wed 08 Feb 2012 12:00am A new home sperm counting test is going to be debuted in drugstores this spring, helping men determine whether or not they should seek male infertility treatment . The new test, called SpermCheck Fertility, simply requires the male to mix his semen with a solution provided in the kit and then drop it onto a test strip. Similar to ... Read on »
Reduce Chemicals to Increase Fertility by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Feb 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff Executive Director & C.E.O Healthy Child Healthy World On Valentine’s Day, the last thing you want to think about is whether toxic chemicals will prevent you from starting a family. But with rates of infer ... Read on »
A Fertility Test to Detect Ovarian Autoimmune Disease Using Human Recombinant MATER Protein by Posted Wed 28 Feb 2007 4:00pm Description of Invention: The inventors have identified MATER, a gene that plays an important role in fertility, and have shown that antibodies against MATER protein are detected at higher frequencies in women experiencing infertility and irregular menstrual periods than in healthy women. The discovery of MATER as an importan ... Read on »
About 40% of cases of infertility are the end result of difficulty with a low sperm count by winter1101 Posted Mon 28 Jan 2013 12:41pm Man infertility can be caused by depression, stress, and insomnia. They’re anti-inflammatory medications, analgesics and Prostatitis treatment. Other things like performance pressure, exposure to extreme heat, ill-fitting underwear, and even large amounts of cycling can cause low sperm count and other issues with men’s fertility too. Natur ... Read on »
Urban Legends and the Postcoital Test by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 3:34pm Here is a true RE urban legend. Many years ago a very trustworthy and honest infertility specialist (not yours truly although I would hope to be described in this fashion) arrived at the office for his usual consultations. He was informed that Mrs. Jones (not her real name) was waiting for Dr. James (not his real name) in the exam room. She was ... Read on »
The Intrusive Male Fertility Test Why Is It Considered Necessary? by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Sep 2010 6:56am Following a consultation, the next step in the male fertility test is a semen analysis test. From the results of this test, the doctor will be able to find out whether infertility is caused by low sperm count and/ or motility. You may also be asked for a urine sample, to check on the effect of smoking, alcohol and prescription or recrea ... Read on »
The Fever – First Response® Fertility Testing Kit (#CleverTTC #spon) by mommabrown Posted Fri 11 Nov 2011 9:00am You know what fever I am talking about. BABY FEVER! Like all fevers do, baby fever fades as well. For me it’s usually sparked by Christian’s occasional musings over what we should call future baby.  It ranges from the ordinary (like the all too matchy Annabella) to the ridiculous (Axle, Chainsaw or Aljazair so we can call h ... Read on »
Fertility testing for women by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:17am One of the things most doctors dislike having to do it is giving bad news. We just did an IVF treatment cycle for a 32 year old woman, and she grew only 6 eggs, inspite of maximal superovulation. This means that she is a poor ovarian responder - an ill-defined condition, which just means that she does not produce good quality eggs. The term whi ... Read on »
What fertility tests should couples do before marriage ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 23 Oct 2013 10:44pm Premarital testing is now becoming increasingly common. This makes sense for genetic diseases such as thalassemia ; and for infectious diseases such as AIDS. If we are going to do medical tests,then why not test for the couple's fertility as well ? Won't this prevent lots of potential problems for the future ?Why should they waste t ... Read on »