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World News June 4, 2016

Sperm quality may impact offspring

Men who wait longer to have children run an increased risk of passing on potential health conditions to their offspring due to sperm health, a new study from University of Otago has found.

The study analyzed the results of 90 existing studies on male fertility and found consistent findings—the quality of a man’s semen declined as he aged. It’s already recognized that a woman’s age can lead to increased likelihood of health problems in children but it has been less clear whether a man’s age had similar effects.

“While female age is well known to have negative effects on fertility, reproductive success and the health of offspring, the influence of male age on a couple’s fertility has been largely neglected,” said the study’s lead author Dr Sheri Johnson.

Not only did older sperm increase the risk of miscarriage and other complications during pregnancy, they increased the likelihood of a range of conditions such as Autism, Down syndrome, epilepsy and schizophrenia. It could also be a big factor in infertility.The study was not designed to identify the rate of decline, but Johnson said existing studies showed that consistent downward trend could begin as early as 35.

The specific problem with older semen was lower volume, poor sperm performance, and increases in malformed and DNA-damaged sperm. Semen quality is used to show how fertile a man is. However instead of relying on semen volume, sperm concentration and total sperm count, which are common clinically measured traits, Johnson said a greater focus on the ratio of DNA-fragmented sperm cells and their ability to swim, could be more important aspects of sperm quality: these are likely more accurate and consistent predictors of a man’s fertility status.The findings were significant because many couples were waiting longer to have children, Johnson said.

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Getting Pregnant Tips, World News April 12, 2016

Asthma May Have Negative Effect on Fertility

Asthma May Have Negative Effect on Fertility

New study suggests that women with asthma could have more difficulty conceiving, resulting in prolonged time to pregnancy. Researchers say the study, published in the European Respiratory Journal, adds to previous research suggesting that asthma may have negative effect on fertility.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 12 people in the US has asthma, which totals around 25 million individuals.

Women are more likely than men to have asthma, which makes this current study particularly important.
Although the coexistence of infertility and asthma has been previously observed, this recent study investigates the link between asthma and delayed pregnancy in a large-scale analysis of twins.

The researchers, from Bispebjerg University Hospital in Denmark, looked at data from a cohort study of over 15,000 twins who were aged 12-41 years, and who completed a questionnaire about asthma and fertility.

Twins were used for the study so that direct comparisons could be made between sisters. The researchers note this also allowed them to use a sample representative of the whole population, from all social groups, without needing to measure genetic and lifestyle data for each individual.

The women were then divided into asthma and non-asthma groups, and they were then further divided into sub-groups for those treated for asthma and those not treated. Each woman was asked whether she had been trying to get pregnant for a year or more without success.

The researchers found that in the group with asthma, a “significantly higher proportion” of women (27%) experienced prolonged time to pregnancy, compared with the group of women who did not have asthma (21.6%).

In the group of women whose asthma was untreated, the risk of delayed conception increased by a significant amount, compared with women whose asthma had been treated, at 30.5% versus 23.8%.

Additionally, the researchers observed that as a general trend, women with asthma over the age of 30 had a longer waiting time to pregnancy, compared with women under the age of 30, at 32.2% versus 24.9%.

But the researchers do note that ultimately, women with asthma gave birth to the same number of children on average as the women without asthma, adding that women with asthma tended to have children at an earlier stage in their lives.

As the negative effect of asthma on fertility increases with age and grows with the intensity of the condition, the researchers say this indicates “that a systemic disease (asthma) characterized by systemic inflammation also can involve reproductive processes.”

Dr. Elisabeth Juul Gade, lead author of the study, says: “Our results shed light on the complex interactions between fertility and asthma. Although we observed women with asthma experiencing longer waiting times to pregnancy, our findings suggest that if women take their medication and control their asthma, they can reduce this delay.”
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World News October 7, 2014

Baby born after womb transplantation

In September, a 36-year-old Swedish woman became the first ever to give birth from a transplanted womb. A new paper published in The Lancet provides a “proof of concept” report on the case.

“Absolute uterine factor infertility” is the only type of female infertility still considered to be untreatable. This condition is often a consequence of Rokitansky syndrome, which is when a woman is born without a womb. Adoption and surrogacy have so far been the only options for women with absolute uterine factor infertility to acquire motherhood.

However, the news of the first baby to be born from a woman with Rokitansky syndrome who received a womb transplant brings hope to women with forms of absolute uterine factor infertility.

The researchers who performed the transplant – from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden – have been investigating the viability of womb transplantation for over 10 years. Before attempting the procedure in humans, the researchers conducted trials in rodents and non-human primates.

In 2013, the researchers initiated transplants in nine women with absolute uterine factor infertility who had received wombs from live donors. The Swedish woman who recently gave birth was one of these women.

Although two of the women in the trial had to have hysterectomies during the initial months – because of severe infections and thrombosis – the team reported success in the other seven women.

These women began menstruating during the first 2-3 months after transplant. Although occasional episodes of “mild rejection” were detected in some of the women, the researchers were able to overcome this by prescribing a short course of immunosuppression therapy.

Outside of this trial, only two other womb transplants had been attempted. The first of these required the womb to be removed after 3 months, due to progressive uterine necrosis.

The second attempt involved a womb from a deceased donor being transplanted into a woman with Rokitansky syndrome. Although this woman became pregnant twice via embryo transfer, both pregnancies resulted in miscarriage before week 6.

Eggs were fertilized using IVF prior to mother receiving womb transplant

The Swedish woman who gave birth received her womb from a 61-year-old family friend. As the recipient had intact ovaries, she was able to produce eggs, which were then fertilized using IVF prior to the transplant.

A total of 11 embryos were produced and frozen using this method. One year after the womb transplant, one of these embryos was transferred to the transplanted womb.

Prof. Mats Brännström, who led the team of researchers, says that fetal growth was normal through the first 31 weeks of pregnancy. “We found only one episode of mild rejection during the pregnancy that was successfully treated with corticosteroids,” he says, “and the woman was working full time until the day before delivery.”

As a consequence of preeclampsia, the woman was admitted to hospital at 31 weeks and her baby was delivered by cesarean section 16 hours later.

Although an abnormal fetal heart rate had been detected when the woman was admitted to the hospital, in the days after being born, the baby scored as being in perfect health according to the Apgar rating scale for determining the health of newborns.

The infant was discharged from the neonatal unit after 10 days, and the researchers say that both mom and baby are continuing to do well.

According to Prof. Brännström:

“Our success is based on more than 10 years of intensive animal research and surgical training by our team and opens up the possibility of treating many young females worldwide that suffer from uterine infertility. What is more, we have demonstrated the feasibility of live-donor uterus transplantation, even from a postmenopausal donor.”


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World News June 10, 2014

Infertility might no longer be inevitable for youth with cancer

Preventive removal of ovarian or testicular tissue are the techniques that allow patients to hope that one day they they can become parents. It is still necessary that doctors make it a priority!


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Getting Pregnant Tips, World News June 2, 2014

Busting 27 Fertility Myths

Myth 1: I WILL GET PREGNANT AS SOON AS WE STOP USING BIRTH CONTROL

You just stopped using your birth control and your period started immediately coming month after month. This, however, is not a guarantee that you will get pregnant right away. For the majority of couples, getting pregnant doesn’t happen the first month they try to conceive. Studies show that healthy couples only have a 1 in 4 chance of conceiving in any given cycle. Still, our little trick can make this happen.

Myth 2: I NEVER USED A HORMONAL BIRTH CONTROL METHOD. WE SHOULD GET PREGNANT AS SOON AS WE START TRYING

All right, your hormones weren’t under influence from the pill. But this doesn’t necessarily mean you will conceive easier than a woman who has used contraceptives. Your fertility can be influenced by factors other than birth control, and can be problematic for no apparent reason.

 

Myth 3: BOTH OF US ARE VERY HEALTHY. NO WAY THAT WE CAN HAVE ANY INFERTILITY PROBLEMS!

Sadly, feeling healthy doesn’t mean you are immunized against infertility. Although you both may feel in a great shape, this is no 100% indicator of your fertility. Many men and women have fertility problems without showing any outward signs. On the other hand, being unhealthy can be a risk factor for infertility.

 

Myth 4. I HAVE A REGULAR PERIOD, SO I SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEM TO CONCEIVE 

Getting your period around the same day every month indicates that you’re ovulating regularly, but it doesn’t ensure that the eggs are good quality, explain doctors. Many factors determine your fertility, including the health of your reproductive system. “Your fallopian tubes [through which the egg travels to get fertilized] could be blocked, and you’ll still get regular monthly periods,” says Dr. Leondires. Again, that means not just eating right and exercising but keeping your sexual health in top form.

A visit to your ob-gyn yearly for a Pap smear, STD screening, and cervical exam would not harm but just the opposite All of those will show potentially existing irregularities and infections so you can get treated for them before they affect your fertility.

 

Myth 5: IF WE DON’T CONCEIVE IN THE FIRST MONTHS OF TRYING, THERE MUST BE SOMETHING WRONG

Calm down. According to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, a couple isn’t considered infertile until they have been trying to conceive for 1 year. That’s a long time to keep trying without worrying, and 80% of healthy couples will conceive by this time. Of course, to speed up the process and make it more fun, just get your Conceive Plus and leave the rest to the nature!

 

Myth 6: IF WE HAVE SEX EVERY DAY, WE WILL GET PREGNANT QUICKER

We all like having a lot of fun but sex everyday won’t speed up the process of conceiving. Conceive Plus on the other hand will increase your chances. It is important to realize that you only need to make love during a few crucial days of each month. These are your ovulation days, and unfortunately, you could have sex 29 days out for a 30-day cycle and still miss ovulation. Timing, not repetitiveness, is important. We, however, believe that fun as well is crucial in every step of the way.

 

Myth 7: AS LONG AS I AM YOUNGER THAN 35, I WILL HAVE NO FERTILITY PROBLEMS

At birth, a woman has 7 million eggs, which slims down to 400,000 at the onset of puberty. During a woman’s lifetime, approximately 400 to 500 eggs will be released. As a woman ages, the ovarian reserve declines. A woman’s egg supply takes a rapid decline in the late 20s, again in the 30s and then most notably after age 35.

In others words, fertility changes throughout a woman’s life and doesn’t suddenly decline when she turns 35. Rather, many women reach their fertile peak in their early twenties, says Dr. Shari Brasner, author of Advice From a Pregnant Obstetrician: An Inside Guide. This is an age when most women aren’t even considering having children yet, says Dr. Brasner.

But just because you’re not thinking about children doesn’t mean your biological clock isn’t ticking. Knowing and understanding this from early adulthood can prevent a lot of heartbreak later on and give you realistic expectations about your chances of conceiving. Still! While it is true that a woman’s fertility dramatically decreases once she is older than age 35, women in their 20s can also have fertility problems.

 

Myth 8: I WILL GET PREGNANT IF WE HAVE SEX 14 DAYS AFTER MY PERIOD

This is one of the biggest misconceptions. Unless you have a perfect, consistent, 28-day cycle you’re not always most fertile on day 14. While the typical menstrual cycle is 28 days, not every woman is typical. In fact, many women have a cycle that lasts from 21 days up to as many as 35 days. To calculate your day of ovulation, count backwards 14 days from the last day of your cycle.

It very well could be day 14, or day 12, or day 20. While counting helps, tracking your fertility signs and patterns will help you determine better when your ovulation period is. Try tracking your basal body temperature, watching for changes in your cervical fluid, or testing your saliva or urine for the presence of chemicals indicating ovulation is near.

 

Myth 9: WE DON’T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING DIFFERENT SEXUALLY TO CONCEIVE

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Myth 10: FERTILITY PROBLEMS ARE VERY RARE

According to the Arizona Center for Fertility Studies, 1 of 6 couples has trouble getting pregnant.

Infertility is often a painful issue that many couples won’t bring up, and because many suffer in silence, you may not have realized that many couples you talk to may have had (or are still having) problems conceiving.

 

Myth 11: I HAD AN ABORTION AND THIS WILL AFFECT MY ABILITY TO GET PREGNANT

An abortion affects fertility only if you had a complication during or after the procedure. An infection, for example, can leave scar tissue on the uterus that could then interfere with egg implantation.

 

Myth 12: I’VE ALREADY CONCEIVED ONCE WITH A HEALTHY BABY, GETTING PREGNANT AGAIN WILL BE EASY

“This is one of the biggest misconceptions my patients have,” says Dr. Morris. “You’re older the second time, and your reproductive system changes over the years,” he says. Not only women but also men should consider the effect of ageing: researchers found out that a man’s sperm quality also declines with age.

A study of about 2,000 couples undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) found that pregnancy attempts were 70% more likely to fail if the man was 40 or older. So if you do plan on having more children, don’t wait forever. If you’re approaching age 35 – or you’re older – consider getting started on baby number two sooner rather than later and add Conceive Plus in your fun formula to get your good news quicker.

 

Myth 13: I HAD A MISCARRIAGE BEFORE, THIS WILL MAKE IT HARDER TO CONCEIVE

Miscarriage, which occurs in 20% of all pregnancies, doesn’t affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant, says Dr. Lerner, author of Miscarriage: Why It Happens and How Best to Reduce Your Risks.

In fact, experts say that in many cases, you can start trying to conceive again as soon as one month after the miscarriage. If you have three miscarriages in a row, however, it may be a sign of an underlying medical problem and your doctor should make thorough examinations to determine if something’s wrong.

 

Myth 14: I NEED TO ORGASM IN ORDER TO CONCEIVE

We all love orgasming. It most certainly is an amazing bonus, but when it comes to conceiving, it’s not actually a must.

What it does aid in doing is contracting the uterus – which definitely helps sperm travel toward the fallopian tubes faster. But even if this doesn’t happen, your baby-making efforts won’t be for naught.

 

Myth 15: LIFTING MY LEGS IN THE AIR FOR 20 MINUTES AFTER HAVING SEX WILL HELP ME GETTING PREGNANT 

It certainly sounds like a good idea in theory – the logic being that this will tip your pelvis and help your partner’s little swimmers get a direct route to your eggs. In practice however it is not necessary to torture yourself. Sperm are chemically programmed to travel directly to your baby-maker following ejaculation, regardless of what position you’re in. (Yes, those mighty sperm defy gravity.)

Skeptical? Consider this: Each time your guy ejaculates, he lets out about 2 to 3 cubic centimeters of ejaculation, with about 20 to 80 million sperm in each cc – in other words, if a little leaks out after you’ve had sex, there’s plenty more where that came from.

 

Myth 16: DRINKING ALCOHOL WILL HARM YOUR FERTILITY

This one is actually rooted in some truth. You definitely shouldn’t feel guilty about having a glass or two of wine or even an occasional couple of beers while trying to conceive. However binge drinking or drinking to excess could put your body through the ringer and affect your fertility.

Reason? Drinking too much and too often can lead to irregular cycles, cutting down your chances of conceiving each month even further, and making it nearly impossible to chart or temp accurately. Just keep any drinking on the light side and you should be fine.

 

Myth 17: DOING IT MISSIONARY STYLE IS THE ONLY WAY TO CONCEIVE

Good news: Just because you’re trying to conceive doesn’t mean sex can’t be fun. The truth is, at the end of the day, the actual position you do it in doesn’t matter much – as long as there’s deep penetration going on and, of course, your man ejaculates, it’s all the same. Let your fantasy run wild. Do it in every room of the house, make up new positions – whatever floats your boat.

You two will be at it a lot these days anyway, so there will be plenty of chances to run the gamut when it comes to trying out new positions and bringing back old favorites. Just remember: Whatever you do, don’t use your regular lube but switch to the fertility friendly Conceive Plus!

 

Myth 18: BIKE RIDING WILL REDUCE MY HUSBAND’S SPERM COUNT

If your partner is an Olympic-level, long-distance pro cyclist, it is theoretically possible (although not clinically proven) that the extra heat, jostling, and grinding on the testicular region will affect sperm count.

If you’re biking to work and back or for otherwise put just for fun – you don’t have any reason to worry.

 

Myth 19: EATING NON-ORGANIC BANANAS CAN MAKE MY HUSBAND STERILE

This claim is based on a report that chemicals used in growing bananas had a negative effect on the sperm of farm workers. There is no clinical proof that men who eat the bananas could be similarly affected.

 

Myth 20: COOLING MY MAN’S “JETS” WITH AN ICE PACK WILL INCREASE HIS FERTILITY

Like many conception myths, this one has a basis in fact: Sperm counts tend to rise in cooler temperatures. For this reason, men who are trying to conceive are advised to wear loose underwear (boxers instead of briefs), and avoid long, hot baths, saunas, and hot tubs. However, since it takes at least two months for a man’s sperm count to be positively affected by cooler temperatures, using an ice pack on his genital area is hardly a practical solution.

 

Myth 21: INFERTILITY IS MORE OFTEN A FEMALE PROBLEM

For some reason, when a problem with fertility arises with a couple, the party responsible is often assumed to be the woman—yet this couldn’t be further from the truth. Real stats: 40% of infertility problems are attributed to men. Another 40% is attributed to women, and about 20% of infertility problems can be attributed to both parties.

 

Myth 22: I CAN’T GET PREGNANT DURING MY PERIOD

Since ovulation time varies in women, it is possible to get pregnant during your period. Although unlikely, says Dr. Singh, some women ovulate as early as the 7th day or have an extended period of menstruation that lasts until ovulation. Likewise, since sperm can live in the cervical mucus for an average of two days, anything is possible.

 

Myth 23: I SMOKE, BUT I DON’T HAVE TO GIVE IT UP UNTIL I’M PREGNANT

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine estimates that up to 13% of female infertility diagnoses are due to smoking. Believe it or not, smoking as few as five cigarettes a day each has been associated with lower fertility rates in both men and women. So sorry about that, but now you have one more good reason to stop the bad habit.

 

Myth 24: LOSING WEIGHT WON’T HELP US GETTING PREGNANT EASIER

Extra weight comes with extra problems for both sexes. When carrying extra weight, hormonal shifts occur in the body that can affect ovulation and semen production. The great news is that sports can be not only a good couple exercise but also a fertility boost.

Although it is estimated that 70% of women with infertility are also obese, losing as little as 5% to 10% of body weight can boost fertility in men and women.

 

Myth 25: ONLY WOMEN NEED TO TAKE SUPPLEMENTS BEFORE A PREGNANCY

It has long been known that women should take folic acid to prevent certain birth defects, but folic acid is now known to be an important supplement in male fertility.

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley found that men had a higher rate of chromosomal abnormalities in their sperm when their diet was low in folic acid. Coenzyme Q10 has also been found to increase sperm count and sperm motility, and vitamin E also improves low sperm count.

 

Myth 26. I CAN DRINK AS MUCH COFFEE AS I WANT

Believe it or not, your favorite latte might be playing tricks on you. A study found that “women who consumed more than the equivalent of one cup of coffee per day were half as likely to become pregnant, per cycle, as women who drank less.”

Caffeine can decrease fertility, so be sure to limit intake. It’s better to opt for decaffeinated or half-caffeinated coffee, and remember there is caffeine in tea, colas and chocolate.

 

Myth 27: CONCEPTION OCCURS IN THE UTERUS

Conception actually occurs in the outer third of the fallopian tubes, and not in the uterus, as many people think. The reason for this is that an egg can only live 12-24 hours, so by the time 24 hours have passed, the egg has only traveled as far as the outer third of the tubes.

Implantation on the other hand, does occur in the uterus.

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Getting Pregnant Tips, World News May 30, 2014

Infertility: is this cholesterol’s fault?

Cholesterol is well known for provoking cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack. But not only… does it also cause infertility?

A new study, recently published by the Universities of Buffalo and Emory, showed the clear correlation between pregnancy and cholesterol. Undoubtedly high blood cholesterol levels play a major role in the production of sex hormones.

The study was done on 501 couples that were not treated for infertility during 4 years. They were followed for one year of trying or until they got pregnant.

The results revealed that when both couples suffered from high cholesterol levels, getting pregnant would take much more longer!

When only women had high cholesterol the delay was also long. However, when only the man is affected by a high level of cholesterol, the time needed for the couple to conceive is less.

Cholesterol is a waxy substance that can build up in the body’s blood vessels. Genetics and your family history play a role in your cholesterol levels, but so too, do diet and exercise.

 The conclusion is that when you are trying for a baby you should have a good diet and you shouldn’t forget to keep up your regular physical activity.

Moreover, a healthy lifestyle during this period and ideally after as well will be beneficial for you and your future baby.

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Getting Pregnant Tips, World News May 28, 2014

How does stress lead to infertility?

How does stress lead to infertility?

Experiments on animals such as mouse showed that there is a direct relationship between stress and fertility. Scientists stressed mice by limiting their access to food which resulted in decrease in their fertility rates.

Of course showing the same thing on humans wouldn’t be possible.


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World News May 27, 2014

Being in a developed country will not develop your sperm

Being in a developed country will not develop your sperm.

In recent years, scientists mention more and more about the effects caused by chemical substances (natural or anthropogenic origin) disrupting the reproductive functions in wildlife.

This finding is illustrating the growing concern of the society, that exposure to toxic substances in the environment could have negative effects on human fertility with more and more people are having issues to conceive.

As the famous journalist Michael Pollan Said “We are what we eat”.

Daily we absorb toxins. We are exposed to contaminate air and consume contaminate food, without being aware of it. We believe that the doses are too small to affect us since we do not realised direct effects on our bodies. But studies are now clearly showing the impact on our biological welfare.

 Many studies since the 80’s are showing that the quality of sperm has fallen and keeps on falling. For example, the sperm count of the average Frenchman, say the researchers, fell by 32.2% between 1989 and 2005.

Even worse, studies from 1992 showed that the proportion of deformed sperm has increased by 8%.

 The result of chemical pollution as clearly affecting our fertility. Not only the quantity but also the quality of the sperm is dropping.

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