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Does Sitting On Hot Seats Affect Fertility
Hot tub infertility: For women usually not. Even in early pregnancy the chance that an appropriate hot tub temp will cause a problem is low. However, time in the hot water should be limited to no more than 10-15 minutes to avoid possible problems. For men, prolonged hot tub use can interfere with sperm. Immature sperm are especially vulnerable to heat so the sperm exposed in January may not be functioning in March/Apr ...Read more
No.: Prolonged exposure to heat may affect a man's fertility but not a woman's. Hot baths are contraindicated during pregnancy because they may be harmful to the fetus. Really hot baths might cause burning of the skin which could make sex uncomfortable but, otherwise, they have NO known effect on female fertility. Interesting question! ...Read more
My sperm is not hot, before it was hot, dose it impact on fertility. I got married 4 months ago but not get any results in manners of permanency ?
See below: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovulation timing: The optimal time for conception is 48 hours prior to and up to the day of ovulation. Therefore, start having intercourse a couple of days prior to when you actually ovulate and have intercourse every other day for a total of five times to help ensure sperm are there when you ovulate. ...Read more
I saw a book in fertility for dummies. It hurts my feelings, but to be honest I don’t know much: is it a good reference?
I don't have health insurance at this time. Where could i go for inexpansive fertility testing? We've been tested but after 3 years of no baby yet
Some options below: If you're not insured, some public (city or state-run) hospitals have fertility clinics that may have low-cost services. Most fertility clinics will give discounted treatment for cash-paying couples, and some have "compassionate care" programs. There are national programs to offer free fertility medications to uninsured patients, and financial help for cancer patients who are preserving fertility. ...Read more
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