Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a very common female endocrine disorder which could have several repercussions if not managed properly. One of these repercussions is infertility. September is PCOS Awareness Month and we are trying to bust a few myths associated with PCOS 1. Myth: PCOS is a cause of concern only if I am trying […]
Food has been linked to fertility. In fact there is a direct connection between the kind of food consumed and the fertility problems that a couple has faced. So, if you & your partner are planning to have a baby and trying for the same, it is time you watched what you eat. These foods will […]
1. Manage any Sexual Dysfunction Sexual dysfunction is different from infertility. Sexual dysfunction in men refers to inadequate penile erection to complete sexual activity satisfactorily either masturbation, oral sex or vaginal.
1. Get a complete health checkup Go to your doctor get a complete health checkup. Apart from assessing if your general health is good and if you need nutritional supplements, you also need to find out if you or your partner is a career of any congenital disease which could potentially affect the child.
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