Re-energising Ageing Cells – The Next Big Thing

Re-energising Ageing Cells – The Next Big Thing

02:58 6th June 2017 | AUGMENT

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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 ...

8 Major Fertility Breakthroughs You Should Know About

8 Major Fertility Breakthroughs You Should Know About

21:17 20th May 2017 | Fertility Breakthrough

Babies Fertility Treatment Frozen Sperm Frozen Eggs Frozen Embryos IVF Process Genetic Abnormalities Chromosomal Abnormalities Embryo Transfer

The world has seen so many fertility breakthroughs in the last couple of decades. To think, babies have been conceived after using sperm that had been frozen for over 20 years; IVF treatments have resulted in the birth of over 5 million babies; ovarian tissue freezing can be performed; and even uterine transplantations. This article will cover eight major fertility breakthroughs you want to know about.

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Total Normal Motile Count

Total Normal Motile Count

04:56 7th April 2013 | Motile Sperm

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The importance of sperm count is explained in the concept of the total normal motile count. This is the total amount of sperms that are normal and also motile that is available to fertilise the eggs. There is evidence that following intercourse only about 15% of the total normal motile sperms get to the site of fertilisation of the egg in the fallopian tubes. We also know from our experience with IVF that we need approximately 200,000 s...

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