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Paintball Pops Breast Implant in the UK–Female Competitors Now Required to Sign a Waiver–Protect Those Breasts While by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 04 Sep 2011 5:52pm This makes sense obviously as you protect your eyes and other body parts but I guess the chest area for women here was not something anyone though about much until one paintball shot hit the bulls eye.  Its either that or don’t play Paintball if you have artificial boobs is what common sense tells me here.  Just the thought of an implant covere ... Read on »
Signs of Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids and Hearing Implants - by Hear World Communications Posted Thu 27 Jan 2011 6:33am Hearing loss affects one in ten Americans. It affects them in a variety of ways. Over time, it can lead to anxiety, depression, isolation, and decline in career performance. In children, it can result in what appears to be behavioral problems and lack of social and academic performance. By leaving hearing loss untreated, a physical condition may ... Read on »
Embryo Implantation Support : IVF Herbal Support by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 6:36pm 1 Comment Embryo Implantation Support : IVF Herbal Support: "Embryo Implantation Herbal Support is a treatment by Herbal Medicine that complements IVF hormone treatments and increases the rate of success for embryo implantation. How does Embryo Implantation Herbal Support Work? Embryo implantation Herbal Support comprised of a balanced combination of ... Read on »
Karina’s Story: My Cochlear Implant Never Took Away the Deaf Culture and Sign Language by Rachel C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Jan 2014 5:29pm Jessica, my sister who is also a bilateral cochlear implant recipient, has been mainstreamed at a local public high school that just so happens to have a large program for deaf students in metro-Boston area. [...] Read on »
Embryo transfer is not the same as embryo implantation by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 20 Oct 2013 10:31pm Most patients do not have a clear picture of IVF treatment. As a result, they are often confused and don’t understand medical terms accurately . Many IVF patients don’t know the basic difference between implantation and embryo transfer and this ignorance can prove to be harmful to them.   What is the difference? E ... Read on »
Facts about embryo transfer and embryo implantation by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 29 Mar 2014 10:15pm Even though Embryo transfer and Embryo implantation are entirely different, many IVF patients are often confused between the two.  Embryo transfer is a medical procedure wherein the embryo is transferred to your uterus using a plastic hollow tube called an embryo transfer catheter. By contrast,  embryo implantation is a biological process ... Read on »
Why don't embryos implant ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:01pm Most patients naively expect that the success rate in an IVF cycle is 100%. After all, if the doctor is actually making the embryo in the laboratory, then isn't it a certainty that the embryo will become a baby once it's put back into the uterus ? After all, it's then just a question of the embryo sticking to the uterus, and if my uterus is normal, ... Read on »
Embryo Implantation Offers Insight by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 1:20am If someone could only figure out how to get those pesky embryos to actually stick once they are put in place! If the embryos "look good" enough to transplant and they "should" implant, well then WHY don't they? I am posting here the link to this entire article however I didn't want you t ... Read on »
What can I do to improve the chances of my embryos implanting ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 05 Mar 2011 12:16am This is one of the commonest questions patients ask me. A good IVF clinic is quite good at making good embryos in the lab. However, once they are transferred into the uterus, then whether they will implant to not is a biological process which is not in anyone's control ! It can be quite scary to think that the fate of your embryos is in your ... Read on »
Why are there so many "treatments" for failed embryo implantation ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 21 Apr 2013 10:34pm As an IVF specialist , one of the commonest questions patients ask me is - Why did my IVF cycle fail ? This is a perfectly valid question , and I can understand why patients want an answer. After all, once we knew what the problem was , it's quite logical that we would be able to find a solution for it ! However, the sad truth is that ... Read on »