Articles Related To Infertility.



Category Archives: Infertility

Endometriosis increases risk of pregnancy complications, affects fertility in women

Endometriosis increases the risk of pregnancy complications and affects fertility in women. Study author Dr. Lucky Saraswat said, “These results indicate that endometriosis predisposes women to an increased risk of early pregnancy loss and later pregnancy complications.” The nationwide cohort study examined discharge data from all across Scotland. Records of women with and without a here to read more

Is this to blame for your low libido?

If you suffer from asthma it could be hindering your libido and negatively affecting your sex life – but it doesn’t have to! Asthma is a condition categorized by chronic inflammation of the airways which can lead to shortness of breath, chest pains, coughing and wheezing. Asthma flare-ups and attacks can range in severity but here to read more

Hypothyroidism, insulin resistance risk due to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

Hypothyroidism increases the risk of insulin resistance due to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is a common hyperandrogenic disorder affecting women. PCOS increases the risk of obesity, infertility, metabolic syndromes and insulin resistance. It’s reported that 50 to 70 percent of those with PCOS have insulin resistance – a condition where the body does not here to read more

Women regain fertility loss from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) by losing weight

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) can lead to infertility in women, but research suggests exercise and weight loss can help women regain fertility. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is an endocrine system disorder affecting female fertility and reproduction. Ovaries become enlarged and small collections of fluid build up. An ultrasound will be able to determine if a woman here to read more


Why The Coffee You Just Bought May Contain Toxins

Coffee consumption has its highs and lows, with studies linking a daily cup of joe to protecting the brain against dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. On the downside, coffee’s potent caffeine can lead to dehydration, jitters and poor concentration. Some studies show increased coffee consumption is associated with high cholesterol, rapid heartbeat and some forms of here to read more

Research Proves that Men Should Be The Ones In Skirts

Many people have seen men wear skirts on Halloween, on television, or have attended a wedding in which the groom insisted on wearing a traditional kilt (sometimes, to the bride’s dismay). But, despite traditional North American notions about appropriate attire for men,  new research reveals that men in skirts may actually be onto something—according to here to read more

Cut the Fat – Cut Menopausal Symptoms

Menopause represents the end of the reproductive phase of a female and is typically characterized by the termination of the release of eggs from the ovaries.  From the point of view of an older woman, menopause simply equates to the loss of the menstrual period, plus a few additional features that are strongly associated with here to read more

Is This The Key to Living Longer?

Forever young. It’s a common adage found in songs and movie titles, and its pursuit leads to 274 billion dollars worth of annual sales in the anti-aging market.  Although the average lifespan today is higher than ever before, most of us would jump at the opportunity to maintain a state of youth just a little here to read more

Fatty Food and Male Fertility

Approximately 15 percent of all couples experience fertility problems and male fertility issues play a role in 50 percent of these cases. Aging, as well as a vast array of substances and health disorders can cause or contribute to male infertility and some of the most common causes include: testicular damage, hormone imbalances, psychosocial problems, here to read more

Tips to Live to 100 Years Old

The average life expectancy in North America is 79, which is pretty good considering 100 years ago it was only 55 in most industrialized countries.    Even better news however, is that the amount of centenarians (people who live past 100) has almost doubled in the U.S. over the past 20 years, and some scientists hypothesize here to read more

The Interesting New Hormone Discovery

Estrogen is the term used to describe any of several steroid hormones which are responsible for maintaining the female secondary sex characteristics and a lack of them can result in female infertility. Although both males and females have estrogen hormones in their bodies, estrogen hormones are produced primarily in the ovaries and are therefore much here to read more

How Much Potential Does Maca Really Have?

Maca shows limitless potential, and with so many rumors and claims circulating, it is something that many researchers are saying is deserving of a second glance. One of the biggest claims regarding maca, and a big part of what has gained it so much recognition is the impact maca can potentially have on the sexual here to read more