Although often not as critical as egg quality, sperm quality can in some cases have a significant effect on your likelihood of conceiving, and it is time to rethink the assumption that the father’s age and lifestyle factors are irrelevant. If you know or suspect that male factor infertility is part of your challenge in conceiving, it will be particularly valuable to apply the recommendations in the bottom of this blog post, which explains the specific nutrients that affect sperm quality. Even if you have no cause for concern about sperm quality, you will learn why it is important for all men trying to conceive to take a daily multivitamin to increase the chance of success. Read more
The decline in fertility as we age is almost entirely a result of the decline in egg quantity and quality. We know this because older women who use donor eggs have pregnancy rates similar to younger women. But what does egg quality mean? Broadly, it describes the potential of an egg to become a viable pregnancy after fertilization. And this is no trivial matter – the vast majority of fertilized eggs simply do not have what it takes. Read more
Preterm birth is the main cause of neonatal mortality and morbidity in developed countries. Preterm birth is also the most common cause of prenatal hospitalization for pregnant women, which is associated with a socio-economic burden for society. Therefore, the diagnosis of the threat of preterm labor, which will lead to preterm birth, and the management of preterm birth are important. Read more
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