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Why Did My Fertility Doctor Tell Me To Take A Bath And Meditate After Et
Mind-Body support: We believe that reducing stress improves infertility and ivf outcomes. Dr domar championed the concept of a mind-body program to reduce stress and imporve your outlook and hopefulness. I do not know for sure if this is the goal but the idea is out there and scientific research supports reducing stress where possible. Does it help (?, but probably), probably does not hurt - no. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had my left inguinal hernia operated on9/21 at 7.30 am.But still after 56 hours I have very severe burning pain in it, while my doctor told me i may remove my dressing and may take a bath after 48 hours.But honestly it looks like a joke to me.Is this se
Hi doctor, the skin on my arms was breaking out in a rash and my palms tingled, when i take a bath it will more tingle, i don't know what happen for me.
To kill scabies OR: To kill yourself? Boric acid is a skin irritant ; inhalation can be lethal. Boric acid can be used very sparingly on carpet or furniture as a home remedy but not on yourself. If there is significant dust you could inhale it. So the answer is: no, no ; no! ...Read more
Yes: With modern fertility treatments, most couples can succeed. The limiting factor may be that a treatment choice is not acceptable ethically or financially for a couple - a woman 45 + is generally better off with egg donation, embryo donation or adoption than trying with her eggs. Men with ultra severe sperm issues may not want donor sperm. Adoption - traditional or donor embryo - is a good choice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Partner's meds: Generally it is a good idea to let your physician know as much about you and your partner; such a smoking, drinking alcohol and prescription medications. Your fertility doctor is trying to help you to conceive, and so being honest and forthright may help your physician to help you. In your case, certain medications that you partner is taking may decrease sperm count and this is important to know. ...Read more
Infertility: Usually infertility is defined by inability to achieve pregnancy for one year without contraception. It's really impossible to diagnosis this as a problem or to determine the causes without evaluation. However, if you are not having periods, it is likely that you are not ovulating, and this can certainly be a cause of infertility. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on sex: If you are a man: a urologist who specializes in male infertility is best (fellowship trained) If you are a woman: a gynecologist who specializes in female infertility is best (fellowship trained). You can start anywhere, but you'd like to end up with one of these two kinds of doctors. ...Read more
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