18:03 1st October 2019 | Cancer
When you're diagnosed with breast cancer, so many emotions arise and you have so many decisions to make. It can be overwhelming. And if you want to get pregnant and have children in the future, the medical decisions become even more complex.
14:38 30th August 2019 | Medications
MYTH: It's best to stop taking prescription medications while trying to get pregnant. FACT: Don’t stop taking any prescription medications until you've discussed this with your doctor or specialist.
12:26 11th June 2019 | Cryopreservation
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Unlike with fertilized egg freezing (embryo cryopreservation), egg freezing does not require sperm because the eggs are not fertilized before they are frozen.
15:55 18th October 2017 | Male Reproductive System
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Primary healthcare services could assist with male fertility challenges before specialist services are required. However, before taking a look at how these services and recommended
lifestyle adjustments can help address male factor infertility, let’s briefly look at:
(a) What is Male Factor Infertility?
If the reason that a couple is not able to conceive stems from challenges related to the man’s reproductive system...
02:58 6th June 2017 | AUGMENT
What if we told you that there’s a treatment, called AUGMENT℠, that would allow more mature females to have their eggs re-energised ? What does that even mean? Let’s start from the beginning...
When it comes to female fertility, the ability to conceive starts decreasing at age 32. Then, from age 37 onwards, it gets even harder. Why is this? Well, as women age, their supply of eggs start to dwindle, but that’s not all. The remaining ...
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