Cannabis and female fertility

Female fertility may hampers by using Marijuana

The use of marijuana for recreational and therapeutic purposes is commonly found in Western countries. Both males and females are equally addicted to marijuana. But it is very important to know the impact of marijuana on the human reproductive system. But very limited research focuses on this subject and maybe the primary reason for increasing Read more about Female fertility may hampers by using Marijuana[…]

ovarian stimulation hamper embryo quality

Does ovarian stimulation hamper embryo quality

After obtaining success in assisted reproductive technique (ART), soon ovarian stimulation become an integral part of conducting oocyte retrieval in ART. The reason for ovarian stimulation in the ART process is to obtain an increasing number of oocytes, which will then convert to embryos and provide options to select an embryo for uterine transmission. The Read more about Does ovarian stimulation hamper embryo quality[…]

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Advice from the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technologies for Infertility Patients Concerning COVID-19

The Wuhan region of China is the first identified place from where the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has started at the end of the last year. Gradually this dangerous viral infection spread all over the world and become a pandemic condition. The complete knowledge of this virus is still unknown and very little knowledge obtain Read more about Advice from the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technologies for Infertility Patients Concerning COVID-19[…]

Energizing the Egg: infertility treatment

What is “Energizing the Egg” in Reproductive Medicine?

After the discovery of the IVF technology in 1978, a continuous evaluation has continued to improve the outcome of this technology. “Energizing the Egg” is also a development in this field to improve the outcome of the IVF treatment. Jonathan Tilly is the developer of a breakthrough technology that can rejuvenate the women’s oocytes by Read more about What is “Energizing the Egg” in Reproductive Medicine?[…]

patient-tourists and the reproductive tourism

Perspective of the patient-tourists on the reproductive tourism

“Cross-border reproductive care” is the primary perspective of the patient’s travels to receive fertility treatment. Since the last three decades, the popularity of assisted reproduction has been significantly enhanced. The outlook on life has changed. This not only modifies lifestyle, but increasing societal pressure, and awareness from readily available information are the factors responsible for Read more about Perspective of the patient-tourists on the reproductive tourism[…]

high-fiber diet while trying for conceiving

A High-fiber diet is no benefit for women who try to conceive

A High fiber diet is considered a certain disease preventive effect including colon cancer, diabetes, stroke, breast cancer. Many health associations including the American Heart Association, the Institute of Medicine have suggested that 20–35 g fiber intake in a day depending upon the calorie intake of an individual.  Multiple physical and mental health-related factors can Read more about A High-fiber diet is no benefit for women who try to conceive[…]

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The challenges of a surrogacy pregnancy

The journey of surrogacy pregnancy has many challenges. The knowledge of these challenges helps women to decide and continue the surrogacy program. Surrogacy is not only to carry a baby for someone else, but it has similar physical and mental changes associated with a natural pregnancy. In addition, IVF treatment and legal procedures are extra Read more about The challenges of a surrogacy pregnancy[…]

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link between low birth weight and maternal asherman syndrome

Asherman syndrome Partial or complete damage of the uterine cavity due to the presence of permanent adhesions in the intrauterine lining is clinically termed as Asherman syndrome. The traumatic injury in the endometrial basalis layer develops after curettage on the endometrial lining is the primary cause of Asherman syndrome. In 1894, Heinrich Fritsch had first Read more about link between low birth weight and maternal asherman syndrome[…]

Endometrial Polyp Management and IVF

Endometrial Polyp Management and IVF

Overview of endometrial polyps Outer growths in the uterine mucosa consisting of blood vessels, endometrial glands and stroma are medically termed as endometrial polyps. Worldwide almost 10 percent of females have diagnosed with endometrial polyps. However, it has expected that the overall incidence rate is much higher (20 to 30 percent), but due to its Read more about Endometrial Polyp Management and IVF[…]

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Diagnosis and treatment of Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism

The androgen deficiency is the characteristic feature of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism(HH), which delays or stops the pubertal sexual maturation. The onset of this condition before 18 years is difficult to diagnose. Initially, it may consider as a pubertal delay. The definite diagnosis of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism can only possible after 18 years of age of the suspected Read more about Diagnosis and treatment of Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism[…]