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Endometrial Thickness – What You Need To Know

Your body prepares the endometrium to host an embryo, each month, during your menstrual cycle. During this process, the endometrial thickness increases or decreases. Two major hormones, estrogen and progesterone, cause these cycles of endometrial growth along with its shedding through menstruation if pregnancy does not occur. Let’s take a detailed look at how much […]

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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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Weight and Reproductive Outcomes

It is estimated that a vast percentage of men and women of the reproductive age are obese or overweight. Most people are aware that being obese increases the risk of health problems such as diabetes and heart diseases. However, many are still unaware that this condition also reduces their chances of fertility and the chance […]

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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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Is Pregnancy Possible After 40?

With the rising sense of freedom and will for women in society and a supporting mindset towards their career and needs, the meaning of pregnancy has also taken a new set of definitions. Pregnancy is no more what you need to achieve before you are 30. Gone are those days when people used to think […]

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Diabetes and Fertility

Diabetes is basically a condition where the body is unable to keep blood sugar levels in the normal range. Generally, there are three types of diabetes i.e. Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes This type of diabetes occurs when the body’s immune system attacks the pancreas where insulin is […]

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Coping With The Stress Of Infertility

The idea of being infertile is something every couple dreads. It is natural to experience feelings of anxiety and frustration. What you should know is that you are not alone. 1 in 6 couples experience infertility, and who do not conceive in the first 12 months of trying. As daunting as your situation may be, […]

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Questions You Need to Ask Your Fertility Specialist

It is not an easy thing to see an infertility specialist as it can be both a bit scary and give you hope. You will be in for learning about several new terms and tests that you probably didn’t even know to exist. Further, if you want to discuss treatment options such as in vitro […]

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