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Tag: Infertility Treatment

morbidly obese, Fertility and Obesity
November 3, 2018

It is recognized beyond doubt that weight affects fertility in both men and women equally. Both underweight and overweight women have impaired chances of conceiving. Obesity affects conception even in assisted reproductive methods like IUI and IVF. It also affects the oocyte and thus the embryo quality. Those who are obese and conceive, have increased rates of congenital anomalies, gestational diabetes, pre-eclampsia, fetal macrosomia, still births, post term pregnancies and cesarean

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IVF Centre in gurgaon, IVF in Gurgaon
August 21, 2020

According to WHO 2010 data, infertility affects one in four couples. People sometimes find it difficult to accept that it is a medical condition like any other and needs medical attention. Reproductive endocrinologists (commonly known as infertility specialists) are experts in this field and should be considered as first choice for all infertility treatments. If you are in the process of looking for the best IVF centre, here are some tips for you to choose the right one. How successful is the

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Infertility,fertility issues,IVF
June 20, 2020

If it has been more than a year of unsuccessful attempts at conceiving, it is time that you should consult your doctor. For women who are already 35 years or older need to consider this time period as 6 months and should see a doctor after 6 months of unsuccessful attempts. Women above the age of 40 years must consult a doctor within 6 months of unsuccessful attempts at conception. With progressing age, the chances of getting pregnant decrease as the body undergoes through changes. What

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male infertility,fertility in males
June 22, 2019

Fertility is a natural process to produce an offspring. Usually, a man’s fertility is linked to its sperms. The treatment for male infertility has changed very minimally over the years and is still provided as an extension of female infertility, to be accessed when treatment for the female partner has not resulted in conception. Sperm count is one of the factors which determines men’s fertility. Men are most likely to be fertile if at least 15 million sperm per milliliter is present in

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