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Infertility Awareness

Types of Assisted Reproductive Treatment

Assisted Reproductive Technology or Assisted Reproductive Treatment (ART) is a treatment procedure that is designed to assist in the reproductive procedure at various steps. ART includes a wide range of services depending upon the kind of problem being faced by the patients. There is a common misconception that ART procedures are designed only to deal […]

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Be Positive, But Not Over The Top

The people suffering from infertility issues face tremendous social pressure. Maintaining a positive outlook becomes often difficult, and negativity frequently kicks in. Sometimes, being too positive can cause fatal repercussions.  “Trust me it will work” or “Never give up” can be quite motivating but, it need not necessarily have the same effect, especially to those […]

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Does Folic Acid Increase Fertility?

Folate is a B-complex vitamin, to be precise folic acid is also known as vitamin B9. Folic acid plays a vital role in preventing birth defects, preterm deliveries, and many other health issues. The National Institute of Health recommends about 400 micrograms of folate in the diet of an adult. It is a lesser known […]

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Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Day

February is important for all the couples around the globe. Another day in February is as crucial as valentine’s day. The Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Day is observed on February 12th, though the day is celebrated very rarely. Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Day: A day to raise the awareness about health issues related […]

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The Infertility Stigma

Infertility is a condition implying the incapability to conceive a child. As simple as it sounds, this word leaves a deeper scar on a woman’s life than one can imagine. The feeling of motherhood is undoubtedly one of the most special feelings a woman wants and having to know that she might have to remain […]

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How infertility affects mental health?

Parenthood is the happiest, and as well the most satisfying phase of every human, as kids complete a happy family. Few couples are affected by some degree of infertility due to various reasons. Infertility can affect the mental stability in men and women. Overwhelmingly the causes of infertility are physiological, exacerbated by the emotional and […]

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How long should women try to get pregnant before calling their doctors?

Infertility may affect anyone, irrespective of gender. The infertile condition can be divided into, primary and secondary infertility. When a couple is failing to have their first baby, the condition is known as primary infertility. Likewise, secondary infertility is when a couple has at least one child but failing to have another baby. But, when […]

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Lifestyle changes for correcting Hormonal Imbalance to avoid Infertility

Hormones are the chemical messengers that our body have. They are produced by the endocrine glands and travel through the blood to all organs and tissues. Our physical conditions and way of life affect our hormonal balance.  An imbalance in hormonal system may lead to infertility in most of the cases. Lifestyle changes, like avoiding […]

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Myths and Facts about Infertility

The fact that you cannot give birth to a child or are not able to conceive is just a physical inability for both the parents of you and your partner. It Infertility also causes a lot of stress, mental depression and sadness leading to even more strain on the hormone levels. But, of course, even […]

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Why is Infertility very common these days?

Infertility has been on the major rise in the recent past years. There has been of course a huge amount of increase in the number of patients visiting fertility clinics nowadays. A lot of disease-oriented core factors exist behind the lack of fertility but their increase in recent years have a lot of reasons. Here […]

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