Egg Quality and IVF Success: What Every Women Struggling with Infertility Should Know

jmacaya123| Had a failed IVF cycle, or maybe you’re of advanced maternal age? If so, your fertility doctor may have diagnosed you with  poor egg quality.  Poor egg quality can drastically decrease your chances of a successful pregnancy during IVF treatment, and can be a barrier against conceiving if left untreated.   Why is Egg Quality Important? High quality eggs produce high quality embryos. Although embryos are one-half sperm, one-half female oocyte (egg) – almost all the embryo quality depends on the original quality of the female egg.  Ninety-five percent of embryo quality comes from the egg.  High quality embryos …


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Pregorexia: the Epidemic That’s Sweeping the Pregnant Nation

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New studies are showing that over 30 percent of pregnant women don’t gain enough weight during their pregnancy. Specialists say that very little of this has to do with abnormal hormones and more to do with women with an extreme obsession with their weight during pregnancy. Many women are so scared of gaining too much weight and not being able to lose it after giving birth that they partake in extreme dieting while pregnant. This extreme dieting can include intense and extended workouts multiple times a week, not eating enough for one person (let alone two), and withholding certain fatty …


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Should You Trust Your Clinic’s IVF Success Rate Data?

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Every year infertility clinics report their IVF outcome statistics to the Society for Assisted Reproduction (SART) and to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). IVF clinics are required by the U.S. government to report their IVF success rates to the CDC – and a majority of centers also report this same data to SART. Although both the CDC and SART warn patients that IVF pregnancy rates are not a reliable resource for judging the quality of care of IVF centers – many patients use centers success rates to exactly these ends. Is this a thorough way to select …


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5 Celebrities Speak Out About Their Struggles With Infertility

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What do Brooke Shields, Rod Stewart, Marcia Cross, Hugh Jackman and Celine Dion all have in common? They’ve all struggled with infertility. Read this inspiring article, to learn more about how these 5 stars fought against, and overcame infertility. office-2007-key  | office-2007-product-key  | office-2007-ativation-key  | office-2007-iso  | office-2007-keys  | office-2010-key  | office-2010-product-key  | office-2010-ativation-key  | office-2010-iso  | office-2010-keys  | office-2013-key  | office-2013-product-key  | office-2013-ativation-key  | office-2013-iso  | office-2013-keys  | office-2016-key  | office-2016-product-key  | office-2016-ativation-key  | office-2016-iso  | office-2016-keys  | office-2007-key  | office-2007-product-key  | office-2007-ativation-key  | office-2007-iso  | office-2007-keys  | office-2010-key  | office-2010-product-key  | office-2010-ativation-key  | office-2010-iso  | office-2010-keys  | office-2013-key …


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Two New Patents Awarded to Leading NYC Fertility Clinic for the Use of DHEA for Diminished Ovarian Reserve

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Leading NYC fertility clinic – The Center for Human Reproduction – further consolidate their reputation as pioneers of diminished ovarian reserve (or DOR) treatment with DHEA, as they receive two new patents for this therapy. The patents, awarded by The United States Patent and Trademark Office, claim to improve pregnancy chances for women with DOR by: Improving the ovarian environment The first patent laid the claim that DHEA, and similar androgen supplements, can help restore the ovarian environment to its youthful state. When androgens restore the ovarian environment to this youthful state, there is often an increase in egg and …


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