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An office procedure: Insemination in an office setting is a short safe procedure. A speculum exam is done (like a Pap smear), the cervix prepped, and a very small soft catheter (tubing) inserted through the cervix to introduce the sperm. Most specialists put sperm inside the uterus (IUI), although it can also be deposited in the cervix (ICI). Most women describe the procedure as trivial to minor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
"Cardiology Explained.Ashley EA,Niebauer J.Normal intracardiac dimensions Men:IV septum(diastole) 0.6-1.3 cm." Is 1.3 cm IV septum (diastole) normal?
Left Ventricle size.: 6- 10 mm is normal thickness, 11- 13 mm is mild left ventricular hypertrophy , 14-17 moderate and > 17 mm is severe . More than just septal thickness, they see ratio of the spatial thickens to left V posterior wall (back ) . They utilize the septal diameter for calculating left ventricular mass as a whole fromHypertension, aortic valve dz can cause, IHSS,genetically mediated asymmetric thickness ...Read more
40yrs.Old, pcos, 1st IVF cycle w/genetic testing. Four day 5 embryos - all chromosomally abnormal. Worth another try? 39 eggs were retrieved, 19 fert.
Talk to the prenatal: Genetic counselor at the fertility clinic. Age-related odds are greater than 50% that each of your embryos has aneuploidy, an abnormal number of chromosomes, many of which either won't implant or wion't be carried to term. Age-related risk of having a child with autistic spectrum disorder is also high. Discuss options with your tac doctor to make an informed decision. It's a personal choice. ...Read more
Platelet Donation: A platelet donor using apheresis must meet requirements for a regular blood donor and: 1) be at least 16 years old 2) be in good health 3) weigh at least 110 pounds 4) have a good vein 5) refrain from taking aspirin, or products containing Aspirin or feldene, (piroxicam) for 48 hours prior to donating. Always check with your local blood donation center first before going to donate. ...Read more
Is it normal(sperm)? Vol:4.5ml ph:9 liquefaction:43 sperm conc:37.6mil sperm count: 169.2 mil motility 90%(grade2-10%,grade3-80%) nrmal mrphology-87%
Acth Stimulation test:
PRG 17-0H basal: 3.70nmol/l
30min interval: 9.83nmol/l
60min interval: 12nmol/l
Heterozygous or Homozygous NCAH? Or Pcos?
NCAH or PCOS?: Not nonclassic adrenal hyperplasia with early morning 17-OH progesterone less than 200ng/dl. Yours, with conversion is 122ng/dl. Also, your stimulated level doesn't reach higher than 400ng/L. That means no 21-hydroxylase or 11beta-hydroxylase or 3-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase or 17-alpha-hydroxylase deficiency. PCOS. ...Read more
1fallopian tube open,had clomid, (clomiphene)ovulate frm open side with 2eggs.Hubby semen,total Sperm 35mil,normal morphology 70%,pus cel 2-3,rbc 1-2.Not preg.Help
IUI vs. IVF: Even on a Clomid (clomiphene) cycle where everything looks perfect, your chance to conceive is only around 8-10%. If you haven't conceived in 3-4 Clomid (clomiphene) cycles, then it would be better to move on to IVF. Especially considering that one of your fallopian tubes is blocked. Also consider laparoscopy to evaluate your pelvis and retest your tubes. ...Read more
Yes: Serum is the part of blood. It is the liquid part left when blood clots and is centrifuged . Many 'blood' tests, including beta HCG are done on serum. ...Read more
Take Clomid (clomiphene) befor1year.test result-Prolacting18.99ng/ml,TSH3.24ulU/ml,T41.30ng/dl & husband sperm test normal(6yers try4baby)IUI or IVF suit for me?
6y no baby: I would say after 6y of trying that you should have IVF. IUI can be tried, but less likely to work. You state you have been pregnant before, but if you can't sustain pregnancy pregnancy due to uterine factors, then your only option may be surrogate. See a fertility specialist regarding all these possibilities. ...Read more
Tests?: Autoimmune voltage-gated potassium channel complex encephalitis is a common form of autoimmune encephalitis. Patients with seizures due to this form of encephalitis commonly have medically intractable epilepsy and may require immunotherapy to control seizures. A combination of blood tests, eeg and MRI can help make the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer