What Tests to do before doing a Frozen Embryo Transfer

What Tests to do before doing a Frozen Embryo Transfer

If you had repeated IVF failures after more than one frozen embryo transfer, I would suggest you consider doing some extra testing before doing your next embryo transfer The two basic tests. Vitamin D levels should be above 75 nmol/L before transfer, and the TSH...
Can abstinence affect sperm quality?

Can abstinence affect sperm quality?

What happens to sperm quality after a long period of abstinence? For men with normal sperm counts, studies find that semen volume and sperm count/concentration increase after two days of abstinence. However, sperm quality—the motility (movement) and morphology (shape)...
When and Where to Get Fertility Test? – Fertility Check up.

When and Where to Get Fertility Test? – Fertility Check up.

Unlike what we are made to believe, getting pregnant is not always easy. In fact, 1 in 7 heterosexual couples in the UK face fertility issues. If you’re planning for a baby or have been trying to conceive for a while, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed looking...
What Is the Difference Between Endometriosis and Adenomyosis?

What Is the Difference Between Endometriosis and Adenomyosis?

Endometriosis and Adenomyosis both affect the female pelvis but are separate conditions with some similarities and differences. In both conditions, tissue similar to the lining of the uterus, the endometrium, grows in places it shouldn’t. They affect different parts...
Egg Freezing: Should You Freeze Your Eggs?

Egg Freezing: Should You Freeze Your Eggs?

There has been a lot of discussion about egg freezing in females. So we thought we would post about it, with the help of an article written by an embryologist, Emma, at Evewell fertility clinic. Egg freezing can not guarantee that you will have a baby, just as IVF...
SUPPLEMENTS FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS

SUPPLEMENTS FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS

March is Endometriosis Action Month. Endometriosis, a chronic and often painful condition that affects millions of women worldwide, occurs when tissue similar to the lining inside the uterus, known as the endometrium, grows outside the uterus, where it doesn’t belong....
Stress and Infertility

Stress and Infertility

In our busy lives, we are all vulnerable to stress-related disorders. You have only to look around any meeting, supermarket, office, or staff room to see people in various stages of stress and tension. Most people do not even realise it, but signs like foot tapping,...
4 Ways Your Semen Microbiome Could Be Affecting Your Fertility

4 Ways Your Semen Microbiome Could Be Affecting Your Fertility

50% of fertility issues are due to male infertility, and potential causes include urogenital tract infections. This tract is responsible for carrying and ejaculating sperm and semen. Therefore, semen has its own microbiome and can give a really good insight into a...
4 Ways Your Vaginal Health Impacts Your Fertility

4 Ways Your Vaginal Health Impacts Your Fertility

1.Miscarriage Risk 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage Women with an imbalanced vaginal microbiome are more likely to experience recurrent miscarriageand pre-term birth. The presence of goo bacteria protects against miscarriage caused by genital infections...
Fertility Testing -What Should be Included Part 3 – Advance Tests

Fertility Testing -What Should be Included Part 3 – Advance Tests

More Advance Fertility Testing We already taken a look into the essential tests at the beginning of your fertility investigations, section for male and female evaluations in part 1 and part 2. Now we are exploring more advanced tests in greater detail, highlighting...