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Female Infertility

Signs You Are At Most Fertile Point

The time of the month when your menstrual cycle occurs is an important thing you look forward to if you are trying to conceive. The cycle generally lasts between 28 to 32 days, and your body releases an egg after 12 to 16 days. This is when ovulation takes place where your body is preparing […]

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Importance Of Exercise In Improving Fertility

Importance Of Exercise On Improving Fertility, Emotional Wellbeing And Quality Of Life When you maintain a healthy weight range, it reduces the risk of infertility and improves the chance of conceiving spontaneously with assisted reproductive technology (ART). As we are aware that exercise is a key component of managing weight. Let us know about the […]

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My Struggle With Infertility

While I am writing these sentences, it still feels like a dream or better to state it actually felt like a nightmare. In the event that you or somebody near to you has fought infertility, I wish I could reach out and hug them through my write-ups. It’s something I would not wish on my […]

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Causes of Unexplained Infertility

However common it is, unexplained infertility is a frustrating diagnosis to receive. But unexplained does not mean it cannot be diagnosed and treated; there is always a ray of hope. While one doctor might diagnose your case as unexplained, another doctor may say you have not been evaluated thoroughly to determine the cause or come […]

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Finding Hope Through Infertility

My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for over three years. It was not a surprise to me as similar to all my other health conditions this also has to be complicated. Although it was a tough journey for both of us, we knew we will come out of it. On my […]

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What is Hysteroscopy and how can does it treat infertility?

Infertility is a major concern in today’s society. The infertile couples are not able to enjoy the happiness of parenthood due to many reasons. The reasons can range from a blocked fallopian tube in women, to low motility in men. Whatever may be the reason, they are all collectively called fertility issues or infertility. However, […]

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Can You Conceive If You Had Ovarian Cysts?

Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled pouches that develop on the ovaries. They are generally harmless and not cancerous. In most of the cases, cysts can be diagnosed during an ultrasound or any other imaging investigations, which will also let the physician understand the size of the cysts. Although most cysts do not cause symptoms, there may […]

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Things to know about Secondary Infertility

A couple’s inability to have a second child is usually termed as the Secondary Infertility, which is very common these days. It often happens with women who are in their 30s or mid-30s and trying to conceive after a long time, say six months or a year. Of course, there has been a lot of […]

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Fertility In Women & Thyroid Dysfunction

There are several reasons for the failure of couples trying to conceive nowadays. One such possibility for their lack of success in conception is the thyroid problem which leads to infertility in both women and men. To conceive and be able to sustain a pregnancy, a couple must be aware of reduced thyroid function, and […]

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