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What’s the Fertility Food?

Sunflower seed kernels, roasted without salt . Not into sunflower seeds? Consider some sunflower seed butter! Why It May Boost Fertility? Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E. Supplementation with vitamin E has been shown to boost male fertility. Specifically, it’s been shown to boost sperm motility, improve sperm counts, and improve DNA fragmentation. Sunflowers are also a great source of many other fertility friendly nutrients. One ounce …Read More

What are the Symptoms and the Causes of PCOS?

PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a health condition that affects women’s menstrual cycle, hormones, fertility, and physical appearance. It is estimated that five to ten percent of women have PCOS. PCOS is one of the leading causes of infertility in women. Some of the characteristics of PCOS are irregular periods, abnormal levels of male hormones, and having many cysts on the ovaries. Poly means many and cystic means cysts, thus …Read More

Getting Pregnant: Easy Ways to Encourage Fertility

If you’re having trouble getting pregnant but you’re not quite ready for fertility treatments, there are things you can try on your own. By Colette Bouchez Reviewed By Mikio A. Nihira, MD For some couples, getting pregnant is quick and easy. For others, things are not as easy. Sometimes, problems are linked to such specific physiological issues as blocked fallopian tubes in the woman or low to no sperm count in the man — problems …Read More

Is This the End of Infertility?

Artificially created sperm and eggs could spell the end of infertility within ten years, scientists have claimed. Their prediction comes as the world’s first test tube baby, Louise Brown, celebrates her 25th birthday today. Scientists believe the astonishing breakthrough will be achieved by combining the latest stem cell technology with fertility treatment. Already, experiments on mice have indicated it is possible to turn stem cells – the body’s unprogrammed ‘master’ …Read More

Traditional Chinese Medicine for Amenorrhea

If you have missed three periods in a row and you are not pregnant or menopausal, this is a matter of serious concern. You should be especially concerned if you are dealing with infertility issues, or are at risk for osteoporosis. Under these circumstances, it would be wise to visit a doctor or consult a women’s health specialist. The absence of menstruation in pre-menopausal women is called amenorrhea. If menstruation …Read More

Could Chili Really be the Spice of Longer Life?

Recent research suggests that people who regularly eat spicy food may have a lower risk of premature death from cancer or coronary and respiratory diseases, but some experts are warning that excessive consumption could result in other illnesses. Shan Juan and Cheng Yingqi report. Sit down in any restaurant in any Chinatown in a Western country and it’s a fair bet that if you are not ethnically Chinese or don’t …Read More

What Causes Male Infertility?

What causes male infertility? The most common cause of male infertility is a varicocele. A varicocele is made up of enlarged veins in the scrotum (the skin “sack” that hangs beneath the penis) on 1 or both sides. The veins make the inside of the scrotum warmer and can reduce sperm production by the testicle on the same side. Other causes of male infertility include: A blockage in a man’s …Read More

About Male Infertility

Infertility due to male factor accounts for at least 40% of infertility cases. For this reason, it is very important that men also be investigated for fertility problems. Male Fertility will provide you with a general overview of issues contributing to infertility in men. While blockages and problems producing healthy sperm are often the main reasons for male infertility, there are a variety of issues that can diagnosed by a …Read More

How to Lose Weight Quickly

5 steps to help you lose weight quickly. Practical and proven weight loss methods: Instructions: Cut out the sugar. It’s easy to say and hard to do for most of us but if you want to start seeing results you need to put down the cookies. If you’re serious about losing weight this should be your very first goal. Eat 5-6 meals a day. Believe it or not by eating …Read More

More Common Symptoms

MS symptoms are variable and unpredictable. No two people have exactly the same symptoms, and each person’s symptoms can change or fluctuate over time. One person might experience only one or two of the possible symptoms while another person experiences many more. Most of these symptoms can be managed very effectively with medication, rehabilitation and other management strategies.   Fatigue Occurs in about 80% of people, can significantly interfere with …Read More

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