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Do not postpone your pregnancy

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Do not postpone your pregnancy
Posted in 2016


Egg problems - Infertility in Female
Eleven percent of reproductive-age couples in the United States have trouble conceiving or sustaining a pregnancy. About one-third of these cases are due to female fertility problems, one-third to male fertility problems, and the rest to factors involving both partners or to unexplained causes.
If you've had regular, unprotected sex for more than a year without conceiving (or six months if you're older than 35), About 65 percent of couples that get treatment for a fertility problem are eventually able to have a successful pregnancy, according to Resolve, the national infertility association.
The success rates below are based on averages gathered from large groups of patients. Each couple is unique, so think of the success rate for any treatment as a general snapshot, not a prediction …

Vitamin D deficiency in your pregnancy

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Vitamin D deficiency in your pregnancy
Posted in 2013


Vitamin D deficiency in your Pregnancy may cause Bones Problem to your child
Your body needs vitamin D to maintain proper levels of calcium and phosphorus, which help build your baby's bones and teeth. A vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy can cause growth retardation and skeletal deformities. It may also have an impact on birth weight.
If you're lacking vitamin D during pregnancy, your baby may be short on the vitamin at birth. This can put her at risk for rickets (which can lead to fractures and deformity), abnormal bone growth, and delayed physical development. And the results can be long lasting: Researchers believe that a vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy can affect bone development and immune function from birth through adulthood.
A deficiency of vitamin D has also been linked to a greater ri…

Semen Analysis

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Semen Analysis
Posted in 2013

 check the sperm count, motility and morphology
This is a very simple and important test and should be done early in the evaluation process. Sometimes the test should be done 2, or even 3 times to get an accurate reflection of the numbers and their variation over time.
The most important parameters in a semen analysis are:
Concentration (often called "count") - how many sperm are in each ml of semen?
Motility - what percent of them are swimming forward?
Morphology - what percent of them are normally shaped?
Cutoff values for normal vary somewhat, depending on the lab and the interpreter.
The World Health Organization's 5th edition of "normal semen analysis" values are shown below
Semen Analysis Parameter Normal Values
Volume 1.5 ml or more
pH > or equal to 7.2
Sperm concentration 15,000,000/ml or more
Total motility 40% or more
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Sperm motility and semen health

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Sperm motility and semen health
Posted in 2013

Motility is just one measurement of sperm (and semen) health. Other factors considered during a semen analysis include:
Semen volume (in milliliters (ml), or how much ejaculate there is)Total sperm count (33 to 46 million sperm on average)Sperm concentration (how many sperm are in one ml of ejaculate)Vitality (percentage of live sperm)Sperm morphology (the shape of the sperm)Time to liquefaction (ejaculate is thick when it’s released, and then liquefies within 20 to 30 minutes)Semen pH (semen that is too acidic can kill sperm)White blood cells (a very high count can indicate infection)   
In the big picture of male semen health, if only motility is a problem, the odds of spontaneous pregnancy are better than if other issues are present.

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Sperm motility

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Sperm motility
Posted in 2013

The definition of motility is the ability of an organism or fluid to move. Sperm motility refers to the movement and swimming of sperm.
Poor sperm motility means that the sperm do not swim properly, which can lead to male infertility. Poor sperm motility is also known as asthenozoospermia.

Sperm are motile cells. This means that they are cells that make themselves move. This is important when it comes to getting pregnant. Usually, when a man and woman have vaginal sexual intercourse, the man will ejaculate semen near the cervical canal, at the end of the vaginal canal. While this is where you want the semen to be if you're trying to get pregnant, any semen ejaculated near the vaginal area can technically make it's way up the vaginal canal and to the cervix. Semen can also get into the vaginal canal without ejaculation, from what is known as pre-e…

Maintain healthy weight to conceive

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Maintain healthy weight to conceive
Posted in 2012

It might be a good idea to shed some pounds, or gain a few if you're underweight, while you're trying to get pregnant, since you want to be as close as possible to your recommended weight when you conceive. Being over- or underweight can make it harder to get pregnant. Also, obese women have more pregnancy and birth complications, and underweight women are more likely to have a low-birth-weight baby. In addition to following a smart eating plan with low-fat, high-fiber foods, get regular exercise. If you're overweight, aim to lose one to two pounds a week, a safe rate of weight loss. Extreme weight loss from crash dieting can deplete your body's nutritional stores, which isn't a good way to start a pregnancy. Your healthy food help to maintain healthy weight to conceive..  Follow healthy habits at l…

Folic acid is important to conceive

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Folic acid is important to conceive
Posted in 2012

Folic acid has been proven to reduce a baby's risk of neural-tube birth defects such as spina bifida, and it is linked to a lower incidence of heart attacks, strokes, cancer, and diabetes. Most women of child-bearing age should take a supplement with 400 micrograms (mcg) daily for at least a month before pregnancy, and 600 micrograms during pregnancy. If you have a family history of neural-tube birth defects or take medication for seizures, your healthcare provider may suggest that you boost your daily intake to 4,000 mcg, or 4 mg, starting at least a month before you conceive and continuing throughout your first trimester. A good over-the-counter prenatal vitamin should contain more than the minimum recommendation of folic acid, between 600 and 800 mcg – what you'll need during pregnancy. In addition, you can …

Adopt healthy habits to conceive

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Adopt healthy habits to conceive
Posted in 2012

For many moms-to-be, pregnancy prompts an abrupt change in eating and drinking habits – but some habits are hard to break. Make it easier on yourself by changing habits now, and help ensure your baby gets off to a good start from the moment you conceive. Some solid advice: The occasional bottle of beer or glass of wine probably won't affect your chances of getting pregnant, but alcohol can harm a developing baby. And since you may not know exactly when you ovulate or conceive, you may want to play it safe and  cut out alcohol completely . (For non-alcoholic alternatives, see our list of the best virgin drinks). On a related note, if you use any recreational drugs or smoke, quit now. All of these substances and habits can harm a developing fetus. You may also want to cut back on caffeine. The research on whether caffeine …

If you wants to conceive your diet is important

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If you wants to conceive your diet is important



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If you wants to conceive your diet is important
Posted in 2012

For both men and women, food and fertility are linked. Stick to a balanced diet to boost your chances of a healthy baby. Eat several servings of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and calcium-rich foods such as yogurt, cheese, and milk every day. Not getting enough nutrients can affect your periods, making it difficult to predict when you ovulate. And you may not ovulate at all if you're significantly underweight or obese. Your partner should also pay attention to his diet since certain vitamins and nutrients – such as zinc and vitamins C and E, and folic acid – are important for making healthy sperm.
Fish is a nutritional powerhouse for a growing baby, offering low-fat protein with omega-3 fatty acids, but you need to take care to avoid types that are high in mercury, which can be dangerous t…

Causes of low sperm count ... Infertility in male

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Causes of low sperm count ...  Infertility in male




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Causes of low sperm count ...  Infertility in male
Posted in 2013

Natural ways to increase sperm healthThere are many potential causes of low sperm count and male infertility, fortunately many of them we have control over by reducing exposure to them.
Here is a list of the top culprits:
EMF’s – Electromagnetic frequencies (EMF’s) have been shown through studies to lower sperm count due to the heating of the testicles from the EMF’s. Do not keep your cell phone in your pocket and do not place yourlaptop computer on your lap.
Radio frequency electromagnetic waves (RF-EMW) – A study performed in 2011 (Fert. Ster. 1/2012) showed that RF-EMWs emitted from devices connected to Wi-Fi (wireless internet) decrease sperm motility, while increasing sperm DNA fragmentation. Men should avoid using laptop computers running on a Wi-Fi connection directly on their lap. In a…

Anti sperm and anti bodies .... Infertility in Male

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Anti sperm and anti bodies .... Infertility in Male
Posted in 2013


Anti-sperm Antibodies- Infertility in Male
In some people semen can cause an immune response. This can happen in both men and women. Antibodies are triggered during the immune response that work to kill off the sperm. High numbers of sperm antibodies can make it difficult for the sperm to reach the egg, and/or fertilize the egg. Antisperm antibodies also may damage sperm that survive, which increases chances of miscarriage.
A man’s body may create antisperm antibodies when the sperm come into contact with his immune system cells. This happens when the testicles are injured, after surgery (biopsy, vasectomy), or if the prostate gland has an infection. The testicles protect the sperm from immune cells, when they are damaged they may no longer be able to do that.Over 70% of all men who get a v…

Hormonal Problems - Male infertility

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Hormonal Problems - Male infertility
Posted in 2013


Hormonal Problems - Male Infertility
A small percentage of male infertility is caused by hormonal problems. The hypothalamus-pituitary endocrine system regulates the chain of hormonal events that enables testes to produce and effectively disseminate sperm. Several things can go wrong with the hypothalamus-pituitary endocrine system:
· The brain can fail to release gonadotrophic-releasing hormone (GnRH) properly. GnRH stimulates
the hormonal pathway that causes testosterone synthesis and sperm production. A disruption in
GnRH release leads to a lack of testosterone and a cessation in sperm production.
· The pituitary can fail to produce enough lutenizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone
(FSH) to stimulate the testes and testosterone/sperm production. LH and FSH are intermediates
in the hormo…

Cause of defective births

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Cause of defective births





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Cause of defective births
Posted in 2015


Cause of Defective births
God has created our body and animals with great care. Before creating he created air, water and food. According to their structure of all animals are taking air, water and food from the nature as required. Every one has to live healthy till the last breath and give birth to the child and pass away so that world remains with all animals and human beings. All animals are following this principle and living without health problems giving birth to their child. But we are not following this principle and suffering from various health problems from first breath to last besides we are giving birth to the child with various birth defects even doctor's cannot cure. I salute all doctors and scientists who are serving for our health. 

As per my research you can avoid defective birth if you follow
1. Air::Our l…

Unhealthy habits will cause Male Infertility

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Unhealthy habits will cause Male Infertility





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Unhealthy habits will cause Male Infertility
Posted in 2014

Male infertility has many causes--from hormonal imbalances, to physical problems, to psychological and/or behavioral problems. Moreover, fertility reflects a man’s “overall” health. Men who live a healthy lifestyle are more likely to produce healthy sperm. The following list highlights some lifestyle choices that negatively impact male fertility--it is not all-inclusive: 
· Smoking--significantly decreases both sperm count and sperm cell motility.
· Prolonged use of marijuana and other recreational drugs.
· Chronic alcohol abuse.
· Anabolic steroid use--causes testicular shrinkage and infertility.
· Overly intense exercise--produces high levels of adrenal steroid hormones which cause a
testosterone deficiency resulting in infertility.
· Inadequate vitamin C and Zinc in the diet.
· Tight underwear--increases sc…

Birth defects worldwide

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Birth defects worldwide


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Birth defects worldwide
Posted in 2017




Birth defects in World wide
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Every year an estimated 8 million children — about 6 percent of total births worldwide — are born with a serious birth defect of genetic or partially genetic origin, according to a new report from the March of Dimes.
Additionally, hundreds of thousands more are born with serious birth defects of post-conception origin due to maternal exposure to environmental agents, such as alcohol, rubella, and syphilis, says the March of Dimes Global Report on Birth Defects: The Hidden Toll of Dying and Disabled Children.
The report reveals that at least 3.3 million children less than 5 years of age die annually because of serious birth defects, defined as any serious abnormality of structure or function. An estimated 3.2 million of those who survive may be mentally and physically disabled for life.
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Your mood has also effect on your fertility

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Your mood has also effect on your fertility





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Your mood has also effect on your fertility
Posted in 2014


While it’s speculated that stress does not cause infertility, an infertility diagnosis can create tremendous stress that affects mood, sleep, and fertility.
When people are under chronic stress, their sleep habits are affected. Feelings of anxiety and depression can arise. Studies show that fertility patients diagnosed with anxiety and depression have lower rates of in vitro fertilization (IVF) success.
Dr. Latz says that cortisol levels are often affected by the stress of our daily hectic lives. High cortisol levels prevent us from relaxing and getting quality sleep.
To combat the negative effects of cortisol and stress, try acupuncture, yoga and/or psychotherapy. These interventions are aimed at reducing stress and have been shown to increase rates of conception among infertility patients.
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Effect dehydration of mother on unborn child

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Effect dehydration of mother on unborn child






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Effect dehydration of mother on unborn child
Posted in 2015



The Effects of Dehydration in Pregnant Women on unborn child
During pregnancy, your body relies on water for additional functions, and not getting enough water can have negative effects on your growing baby. In the early stages of pregnancy, your blood volume expands significantly to supply your baby and the placenta. Water composes the majority of this blood content in the form of plasma. Your baby's amniotic fluid is initially formed from water you drink as well. Symptoms of morning sickness such as vomiting can make you more vulnerable to dehydration.
Heat Regulation
Dehydration can lead to maternal overheating. Water aids in heat regulation for all individuals, but it becomes especially important during pregnancy. Overheating becomes easier during pregnancy because your body is not able to rid…

Follow to overcome constipation during pregnancy

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Follow to overcome constipation during pregnancy
Posted in 2015


Here are a few things that you can do to help prevent constipation from occurring or treat it if you are already experiencing it: Eat a high fiber diet: Ideally, you will consume 25 to 30 grams per day of dietary fiber from fruits, vegetables, breakfast cereals, whole grain breads, prunes and bran.Drink a lot of fluids: Drinking plenty of fluids is important, particularly when increasing fiber intake. Drink 10 to 12 cups of fluids each day. It is the combination of a high fiber diet and plenty of liquids that best help you eliminate your waste. Sweat, hot/humid climates, and exercise may increase your need for additional fluids.Exercise routinely: If you are inactive, you have a greater chance of constipation. Walking, swimming and other moderate exercise helps the intestines work by stimulating…