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Boost Fertility with Healthy Sperm DNA

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The trend towards the late desire for children continues to increase: According to statistics, couples decide later and later for a child. But the fulfilment of this life-long dream can also bring risks for your potential offspring. Life. We want to live it to the full, we want it all, but we cannot do all at once. Strangely, it is often the most wanted on the “to-do list” that gets delayed. Older parents, for example, are no longer unusual. In…

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Tribulus terrestris and its role in male fertility

Tribulus terrestris is effective on the sperm parameters and sexual function in men and can be used as complementary medicine along with other treatments in infertility with male factors. Why? Lets go through all the information we know about Tribulus terrestris together. Key facts about male fertility A man’s fertility is more often restricted than entirely absent. Azoospermia is the medical condition of a man not having any sperm in his semen, which affects about 1% of the male population. Aspermia,…

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Register to Fertilitypedia and try our unique online tools

Using Fertilitypedia’s on-line tools is always secure. All the information you input is secure. You can edit your entry at any time. If your medical readings or your lifestyle changes you can update the questionnaire easily via the Chance to Conceive page. Do you want to use our Fertilitypedia Chance to conceive calculator? First you need to register and create your Personal Health Profile, helping you better understand what lifestyle changes and methods could improve your likelihood of conceiving. If…

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Share your best experience with your IVF clinic

We are helping to get pregnant We know that dealing with infertility issues can be complicated and scary. That is why we help couples and singles find their way through the jargon and stress of the journey. You can use Fertilitypedia to prepare for your first clinic visit or simply to get more information on preventive measures and holistic treatments. And when you are ready, we can help find the right fertility clinic for you around the world! We are…

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Infertility risk factors affecting both male and female

Infertility risk factors for both male and female happen to be the same while other risk factors are gender specific as you can read about in our previous articles. If you are trying to conceive it is helpful to know of the potential risk factors in your life. There may be a lifestyle choices that can attribute to an infertility diagnosis. By identifying them and addressing them early on, it could increase your chances for successful and healthier pregnancy.  …

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More than 18 female infertility risk factors in detail

There are many different risk factors that can play a huge part when it comes to female fertility. For today we have chosen 18 of them in detail. The Education Zone of Fertilitypedia explains 181 infertility risk factors. Our Education Zone has been created by team of medical experts and its professional source of information you can trust. BRCA mutations A mutation in either of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, which are tumor suppressor genes. Cervical polyps Small, elongated tumors…

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18 MALE INFERTILITY RISK FACTORS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT

Did you know there are 181 infertility risk factors described by Fertilitypedia? Fertilitypedia’s medical team created the Education Zone as a free information resource for patients, students and even doctors.  Here you can find out about all aspects of fertility and reproductive health. For today learn more about 18 male infertility risk factors Advanced paternal age Age that may lead to the accumulation of de novo mutations, male infertility and increased genetic risks on the offspring. Anabolic steroid-induced hypogonadism The…

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Calculate your chances to conceive

Last week we provided you with the explanation of how artificial intelligence can help being used in the online self-diagnosis Fertilitypedia tool. Today we want to highlight another unique Fertilitypedia tool which will indicate your chance to conceive. How can our online Fertilitypedia Chance to conceive calculator help you? This tool is intended to serve as a guide for decision-making about how and when to deal with fertility issues. The Fertilitypedia Chance to conceive calculations are based on over 30 years of…

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Meet with Dr. Watson and make your self-diagnosis

„Welcome to Self-Diagnosis. Since you are here, I suppose there is something troubling you, so let’s find out more about it. Let me ask you some questions.“ This is how your self-diagnosis will start. This is how Dr. Watson will talk to you. Why Dr. Watson? Did you already hear about Artificial Intelligence? Did you hear about IBM Watson? IBM Watson is in some sense the smartest computer on the planet. His skills are used especially in healthcare. This area…

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What are the legal requirements for assisted reproduction in the Czech Republic?

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The Czech Republic enjoys a liberal legislation on assisted reproduction that allows for a wide range of infertility treatment options. All methods of assisted reproduction – except cloning and gender selection for non-medical indications – are allowed. Only heterosexual couples can receive infertility treatment at clinics in the Czech Republic. Another important aspect is that there shouldn’t be a family relationship between the partners that would exclude marriage. However, marriage itself is not a pre-condition. The legal age limit for…

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