We just added a rather interesting article on Infertility and Artifcial Light. Apparently some couples who were thought to be infertile had been able to conceive by eliminating any artificial light sources at night ..
Added an article to our Infertilty Section by Dr. Mike Berkely:
While a woman is born with all the eggs she’ll ever have, men produce sperm on a continual basis. Therefore, what a man does on a daily basis can affect the sperm maturation process.
Smoking, drinking, drugs, stress, poor nutrition and lack of exercise all can contribute to poor sperm quality. And, it was recently discovered, a man’s sperm quality begins to decline around the age of 25.
There are five main factors that contribute to overall sperm quality. They include sperm motility, speed, count, concentration and morphology (shape and size)……
Several states now have laws requiring insurers to pay for infertility treatments, but age limits have put a damper on the celebration for some hopeful couples….
If you are suffering from infertility problems you may want to read this well written article which helps you understand the problem as well as helping you cope with it. This has helped a few of our readers feel a bit better about infertility and may point you in the right direction to get help.
This unique natural healing recipe book helps describe the way food affects a couple ability in getting pregnant and staying pregnant. This is one of the only books that discusses food and fertility exclusively… we thought you may want to read this one!
We just added an article explaining more about Endometriosis to our Infertility Section. It is titled “How Endometriosis Affects Conception” and will help you understand more about this common but poorly understood disease.
Additionaly you will find out more information on how it is diagnosed and what you can do to treat it.
We just added an article today to our infertility section called “Infertility and Pregnancy”.
This article explains how it is the couples problem and should not be looked at as just one of the partners. Goes on to explain what causes infertility for both women and men. An interesting read, be sure to read it if you get a chance.
Patients often worry that the stress and anxiety of infertility treatment will reduce their chances of becoming pregnancy, but a new study from Sweden shows this fear to be unfounded. ..
Women who have healthy babies as a result of infertility treatments may be unlikely candidates for postpartum depression. But new research suggests they might be uniquely vulnerable. ..
An interesting look as some would tend to believe that those who went through all the treatments would be happiest and not have to deal.. but this article reveals that sometimes this is not the case.