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Will Magnet Therapy Help With Fertility In A 40yo Woman
Doubtful: While I don't think it will hurt you, I don't think it will help. ...Read more
Any treatment or medicines to cure low fertility of woman age-29. We are getting problem in conceiving. (tried 2 times no result). Pls advice.
Keep trying: Not certain why you have " low fertility" but woman are advised to try for 1 year before they should be concerned that they have an infertility problem. This means regular intercourse at least every other day from cycle day 10-20 each month in woman with regular menstrual cycles occurring every 24-35 days. Trying twice is not an adequate attempt at conception, . ...Read more
Is egg freezing option for avg woman who wants to preserve fertility? My dr says no unless woman undergoing med treatment that could impact fertility.
Possible. Get advice: Recently pregnancy rates from frozen thawed eggs have improved so much that in october 2012, the asrm (american society for reproductive medicine) has declared that this procedure is no longer experimental. It is important to see a reproductive endocrinologist experienced in egg freezing for advice about whether or not egg freezing is advisable or beneficial in your individual situation. ...Read more
Is there any treatment or medicines to cure low fertility of woman age-29. We are getting problem in conceiving. (tried 2 times no result). Pls advice.
See a doctor: See a doctor soon. Normal couples should conceive within 1 year, get started with a good doctor and get help. ...Read more
Fertility treatment if done properly should not be risky at all. What you need to do is find out what is causing you to not produce eggs. Then determine what your treatment options are and what is your likelyhood of achieving a success pregnancy.
Again fertility treatment should not be risky. ...Read more
What is normal antral follicle count at day 9 for a 38yrs woman? Without fertility treatment? Thanks
Wrong day: The afc is done on cycle day 3, not 9. ...Read more
Can being very close and sleeping during the that month with a woman in fertility treatment for IVF affect another woman's menstruation cycle?
Complex: First of all you have to be treated as a couple, not as an individual. Something like 70% of normal infertile couples get pregnant within 5 years of trying. Then there is a whole smorgasbord of options which cannot be addressed in 400 spaces. Either make a virtual appt or see a good infertility doc with your special someone soon. ...Read more
Good question: There is really no answer to that question. It is very individual and depends on a persons personal, social and healthy history as well as their reproductive history. At most fertility centers age 50 starts to trigger some more testing and caution and age 60 is likely a deal breaker. ...Read more
Another Forum: This does not appear to be medically related question, since either staus is not a medical issue. Perhaps you would find another forum suitable for this type if discussion. ...Read more
If a women had been taking fertility treatment for egg growth and has stopped taking any treatment for a yr. What are the chances of her conception.
What are the best fertility treatment, for a 34 years old female and a 50 years old male trying to conceive for five years though medically okay.
Can vitex 400 mg taken as a fertility treatment good for the female reproductive? Can vitex promote ovulation if you don't ovulate on time or early
This is what I found as a general search : Chasteberry: Generally marketed under the name Vitex, this is an herb that may normalize sex hormones. It can help to eliminate the many symptoms of menopause including vaginal dryness. It comes in capsules, teas and dry or liquid extracts at health food stores.
Not sure if this herb would be a consistent method for fertility treatments. ...Read more
Yes: There is no difference, except that weight loss obviously won't be as effective in a lean individual. ...Read more
What is the best fertility treatment for a 20 year old normal female and a 21 year old male with 87% abnormal forms, after trying to conceive for 2yrs?
Is smegma a sign of genital TB Undergoing treatment for TB Lymphadenitis Did TB affect my fertility What are d reason for white chesy discharge female?
Here are some. ..: Smegma is merely the ending product of shed-off skin accumulated in deep skin folds like that between clitoris and its hood or glans penis and foreskin; that is normal. As to cheesy vaginal discharge, yeast vaginal infection would be the first coming to mind. Nonetheless, go to see your gyn-doc for confirmation and more information on possible TB-related infertility.. Best wish. .. ...Read more
Some benefits: While there have been documented benefits of magnetic and electrical field stimuation, the exact mechanism of action, strength, potency, duration, and many other parameters have not been clearly established. Futhermore, while the benefits have been highly promoted, we are not clear about the adverse effects. ...Read more
SHBB 22.1 total, Testosterone 305. Would you recommend therapy? Is clomid a good option for preserving fertility? 29 yo
Yes, however...: You want to determine the underlying cause (s). Lifestyle factors such as poor sleep quality, tobacco user, alcohol consumption, recreational drug use (such as cannabis) may contribute to a decrease in fertility. Clomid is a good option, but I recommended that you be up to date with your primary care physician before considering treatment. ...Read more
Can testosterone replacement therapy cause irreversible infertility? Or will fertility return to normal once you get off trt? Any research articles?
Yes: Yes it can. The longer you use testosterone and the higher the dose, the more likely it will be permanent. That's why you should never use recreational testosterone. If you need testosterone for medical reasons, you can put some sperm into a sperm bank if you think you may need it for conception later in life. ...Read more
See your OBGYN first: At age 23 you have plenty of time so it's OK to first seek help with your OBGYN. In many cases, young women have problem with ovulation that can be easily corrected with medications such as Clomid (clomiphene). Your OBGYN can start basic workup such as a semen analysis for your partner, a HSG to check your tubes and uterus, and order hormone tests to check your thyroid, etc. ...Read more
Depends: A couple with no risk factors or medical problems should try for about 6 to 12 months before getting evaluated and considering treatment - 6 months if the woman is 35 or older and 12 months if she is younger. However, if you have medical or gynecologic problems like endometriosis, irregular periods, previous surgery, etc, you should see someone now. ...Read more