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    Fertilization, Ovulation Period, Ovulation Symptoms

    When should one visit a Gynecologist or Fertility Specialist?
    Fertility Basics

    When should one visit a Gynecologist or Fertility Specialis…

    posted on Oct. 5, 2018, 7:39 p.m.
    4.8/ 5 (7 Votes)

    You need to visit gynecologist in case of PCOS, endometriosis, blocked fallopian tubes, irregular periods, vaginal infection, pain during sex, painful urination, and miscarriages. You can see a infertility specialist, if your semen analysis is abnormal, thyroid, early menopause and if you seek ART.

    Fallopian Tube Blockage affect on Pregnancy - Diagnostic Tests and Symptoms
    Fertility Basics

    Fallopian Tube Blockage affect on Pregnancy - Diagnostic Te…

    posted on May 23, 2019, 10:36 a.m.
    4.8/ 5 (8 Votes)

    Fallopian Tube Blockage significantly reduces the chances of getting pregnant. Fallopian tube blockage symptoms are irregular periods, pelvic and lower back pain, painful sex, and fatigue. HSG test and Laparoscopy are some of the commonly performed diagnostic tests for Fallopian Tube Blockage.

    Sperm reaching Egg - Time required, Increase Chances of Getting Pregnant
    Fertility Basics

    Sperm reaching Egg - Time required, Increase Chances of Get…

    posted on May 23, 2019, 10:39 a.m.
    4.8/ 5 (7 Votes)

    It takes around half an hour for the fastest sperms to reach eggs. Sperm motility, weight control, sex frequency and alcohol consumption determine increase in chances of getting pregnancy. If a couple is looking for answer to how to get pregnant, then speed at which sperms reach eggs play a crucial role.

    Bicornuate Uterus - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment of Bicornuate Uterus
    Fertility Basics

    Bicornuate Uterus - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment of Bico…

    posted on April 25, 2018, 7:42 p.m.
    4.6/ 5 (6 Votes)

    Bicornuate uterus symptoms are repeated miscarriages, irregular bleeding, pain during intercourse, and premature labor. Bicornuate uterus causes are mainly congenital in nature. Bicornuate uterus treatment includes undergoing surgical procedures to have a successful pregnancy.

    Know all about Fertilization, Ovulation Period, Artificial Insemination, Ovulation symptoms, Luteal phase, Fertility Basics and Infertility Meaning.

    Abnormal Vaginal Discharge - Causes, Types, and Treatment
    Fertility Basics

    Abnormal Vaginal Discharge - Causes, Types, and Treatment

    posted on Apr 25, 2018
    4.6/ 5 (7 Votes)

    Causes of abnormal vaginal discharge are birth control, cervical cancer, pelvic inflammatory disease, and STDs. Types of abnormal vaginal discharge are in the colors of pink, brown, white, and yellow. Treatment of abnormal vaginal discharge are vaginal cream, antibiotics, and staying hydrated.

    Know the link between Genital Tuberculosis and Infertility - Causes, Symptoms, Treatments
    Fertility Basics

    Know the link between Genital Tuberculosis and Infertility …

    posted on Apr 21, 2018
    4.8/ 5 (5 Votes)

    Genital Tuberculosis and Infertility are linked to each other. Symptoms of genital tuberculosis in females are weight loss, menstrual and infertility problems, and painful intercourse. Treatment of genital tuberculosis includes antibiotics therapy for a span of 6 to 9 months to prevent any further damage to the health of the individual.

    Male Fertility and Age Chart - How to Increase Sperm Count Naturally
    Fertility Basics

    Male Fertility and Age Chart - How to Increase Sperm Count …

    posted on Feb 21, 2018
    4.8/ 5 (6 Votes)

    Male fertility age decline occurs as a man proceeds towards later stages of his life. If you are thinking how to increase sperm count naturally, then you need to reduce stress, consuming balanced diet, take supplements, and quit smoking and drinking. Poor sperm motility treatment is required for achieving pregnancy.

    Anti mullerian hormone test - Factors affecting AMH Levels, High AMH Levels
    Fertility Basics

    Anti mullerian hormone test - Factors affecting AMH Levels,…

    posted on Dec 31, 2017
    4.7/ 5 (5 Votes)

    Anti Mullerian Hormone Test is used to determine normal, low, and very low levels. In case of high AMH levels, a woman likely to be diagnosed with PCOD, breast cancer, and ovarian cysts. Ovarian Hyperstimulation is one of the common symptoms which can be seen in case of high AMH levels.

    Anatomy of Uterus, Functions and Uterine Conditions in Women and Pregnancy
    Fertility Basics

    Anatomy of Uterus, Functions and Uterine Conditions in Wome…

    posted on Dec 14, 2017
    4.7/ 5 (5 Votes)

    The uterus is an 8 cm long hollow muscular organ in the female pelvis. It consists of several anatomical parts like the cervix, isthmus, and body. The reproductive function of a uterus is to accept a fertilized ovum that passes through the utero-tubal junction from the fallopian tube.

    Sperm Motility - Causes, Male Infertility Treatments
    Fertility Basics

    Sperm Motility - Causes, Male Infertility Treatments

    posted on Dec 13, 2017
    4.7/ 5 (6 Votes)

    Sperm motility is one of the crucial features which determine sperm health. Low sperm count can be treated with the help of male infertility treatments. The causes of low sperm count are stress, poor diet, medications, smoking, drinking and genetic factors. Men need to deal with the causes with natural and medical treatments.