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News – mip.fertility.com

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Fertility News | Greenwich Fertility

Articles What Your Weight Has to Do With Fertility Dr.

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IN THE NEWS | Read Recent News Stories about New Hope

April 18, 2017 The first three-parent baby was conceived in Mexicos New Hope in 2015 but delivered in New York City last year. He was born to a Jordanian couple at risk of reproducing a rare disorder called Leigh disease, an incurable that can lead to a childs death within years from birth. Dr.

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Fertility News | Latest Fertility Treatment | Health24

Couple sues fertility clinic after woman gives birth to twins who are not genetically hers An American couple is suing a California fertility clinic after they gave birth to the wrong twins.

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US fertility rate is below level needed to replace …

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Fertility MOT: What is it and do I need one? – The Independent

Many women worry about their future ability to have children - until you start trying for a baby, you have no idea how easy itll be for you. And if you dohave problems conceiving, you may wish youd started trying to get pregnant earlier

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Not ready for baby? Check fertility anyway – The Straits Times

When Ms Flora Lim tied the knot at the age of 27, having children was not one of her immediate priorities. In fact, she had planned to have her first child when she turns 35. "I believe that most couples have this very ideal five-year or 10-year plan...

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Investigating myths of what helps and hurts male fertility – WBIR-TV

July 31, 2017: For nearly every part of life there are plenty of myths, mysteries and urban legends. We look at some of the old wives tales about what impacts male fertility. Aaron Wright, WBIR 8:13 PM

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For Better, For Worse: 10 Suggestions For Coping With Fertility Struggles And Stress During Marriage – HuffPost

If you are recently married or thinking about getting married, it can be easy to get caught up with the idea of marriage and the good times you anticipate having.

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Families, fertility and feminism: landmarks in women’s rights – The Guardian

Women have been joining forces to agitate for their right to a better life for centuries, but some of the most significant changes have occurred over the past four decades.

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Fertility charity condemns plans that could end NHS funded IVF treatment in Hertfordshire – Hertfordshire Mercury

Comments(0) A national fertility charity has condemned an NHS decision to immediately suspend IVF treatment in part of Hertfordshire. The Fertility Network UK, a charity that supports those with fertility problems, said it was 'appalled' that the Herts Valleys clinical commissioning group (CCG) had decided to suspend all IVF treatment. The suspension was announced the month before a consultation that could see the end of all NHS-funded and referred treatment in Hertfordshire.

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VAT-free fertility treatment extended to all those eligible throughout the EU – The Copenhagen Post – Danish news in english

After almost a years work, Denmark has succeeded in persuading the other EU countries to apply the same rules across the board regarding the way they charge VAT to people seeking fertility treatment. That means that the price of the treatment will be the same, regardless of whether the couple in question are homosexual or a man and a woman in a heterosexual relationship, or indeed a single woman

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Heart disease: a price humans pay for fertility? – Health24

28 June 2017 Heart disease: a price humans pay for fertility? A study found that a few dozen genes tied to heart disease might also contribute to people's reproductive success.

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Living on a busy road may affect fertility – The Times (subscription)

Please update your billing information Your subscription will end shortly Read the full article Just register a few details. Chris Smyth, Health Editor Living near a noisy road could make it harder to get pregnant, a study suggests. Scientists found that every extra ten decibels on a couples street increased their risk of taking longer than six months to conceive

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Vegetable protein could prolong female fertility – iNews

A diet rich in vegetable protein could prolong fertility in women, a new study suggests. Researchers have found that a high intake of foods such as soy, tofu and wholegrains may protect women from an early menopause, defined as beginning before the age of 45. Furthermore, they anticipate that high levels of vegetable protein could push back the menopause among women over the age of 45, potentially prolonging fertility across the board although they caution that the study only looked at early menopause so they cant say for sure at this stage

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Campaign nudges couples to go for fertility checks early – The Straits Times

After trying for a baby for two years without success, Mr Jeffrey Lim and his wife, Joanna, decided to go for a fertility health check last year. That was how the couple, both 34-year-old civil servants, found out that Mrs Lim had endometriosis, a condition where the cells of the uterine lining are deposited outside the uterus, which decreases the chance of pregnancy. Getting young couples to go for fertility health checks early is the aim of a campaign launched yesterday by voluntary welfare organisation I Love Children, which advocates pro-family causes.

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Poor soil fertility behind deaths of plants in Navi Mumbai – The Hindu

Poor soil fertility behind deaths of plants in Navi Mumbai The Hindu Mumbai: The death of plants along road medians and in municipal gardens of Navi Mumbai, despite being regularly watered, has been found to be due to poor soil fertility , which as the civic chief discovered, was because it was being superficially ... and more »

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Most fertility clinics not on ICMR radar – The Hindu

The Hindu Most fertility clinics not on ICMR radar The Hindu In the aftermath of the raid at a fertility clinic last week, it has come to light that only 13 clinics in the city are enrolled with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) while several others operate without following norms. According to ICMR ...

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Heart Disease: A Price Humans Pay for Fertility? | Health … – Bloomington Pantagraph

THURSDAY, June 22, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Certain genes linked to heart disease may also improve your chances of having children, a new study suggests. Australian researchers said the findings seem to offer a potential explanation for why evolution has allowed these genes to persist for centuries

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Men, we need to talk about sperm – The Guardian

Scientific papers underline that from the age of 40, and especially from the age of 45, the quantity and quality of a mans sperm decline. Photograph: Alamy Infertility has for far too long been treated as an all-female issue

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In vitro fertilisation at Medicover Fertility in India – Treatment Abroad

Every couple experiences heart break when they find out that they are infertile and cannot have a baby.

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Offspring in Dutch fertility clinic row can access donor records – Yahoo Singapore News

"Donor children" speak to reporters at a court in Rotterdam on June 2, 2017 Parents and their children conceived through IVF treatment at a discredited Dutch clinic mired in a legal row can now access their records, the country's health minister has ruled. Jan Karbaat, the former head of the clinic, died in April leaving behind a storm of allegations that he used his own sperm, instead of that of a chosen donor, to father about 20 children.

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Fertility doctor offering to blend eggs from two women to make ‘three-parent’ babies – National Post

National Post Fertility doctor offering to blend eggs from two women to make 'three-parent' babies National Post For $US50,000 and up, Dr. John Zhang is offering women in their 40s a solution for age-related infertility swapping chromosomes between two women's eggs, resulting in a child with, technically speaking, three genetic parents.

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Increase Fertility | News, Forum & Solutions | myeIVF

Fertility Research Kids born through fertility treatment show normal mental development (Reuters Health) - Despite concerns that children born through Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) may develop differently from other kids, a UK study finds they have normal mental development until at least age 11.In fact, at ages 3 and 5 years, WARNING! eIVF.net HAS NOT REVIEWED THE CONTENTS OF THE EXTERNAL WEB SITES LISTED ON THIS PAGE, NOR CAN WE ENDORSE THEM OR THE VIEWS EXPRESSED WITHIN. Infertility Journey Infertility's Impact on your Mental Health One in eight couples cannot conceive or carry a baby to full term. Many people do not know the causes of infertility or how to prevent it

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Couple faced with fertility issues wants to see IVF funding in Alberta – Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca Couple faced with fertility issues wants to see IVF funding in Alberta Globalnews.ca WATCH ABOVE: An Alberta couple is desperately hoping for change when it comes to the funding of fertility treatment in the province. In Alberta, the test to find out if you're infertile is covered, but one course of treatment - chosen by many couples ...

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