Does Gluten cause infertility?

Gluten intolerance may be responsible for fertility problems in both men and women, research has indicated. So, if you are struggling to conceive and have been given the rather frustrating diagnosis of unexplained infertility, you might want to check if the problem is caused by the Gluten in your diet. How does Gluten cause infertility? Will eliminating it from your diet help you get pregnant? Gluten—a protein commonly found in… Read More

Diagnosis & Treatment of Unexplained Infertility

The diagnosis of unexplained infertility is rather frustrating and unfortunately, it is quite common. Around 20 percent of infertile couples are told that there is no specific reason for their conception problems. So when you don’t know what’s wrong, how do you fix it? Not all hope is lost because even if your infertility cannot be explained, it can be treated. Is your infertility really unexplained? Typically, when you’ve been… Read More

Embryo Adoption

Embryo adoption is the process of transferring the embryos left after one couple’s in vitro fertilization, to another person or couple. These embryos are usually donated after the couple, for whom they were initially created, has conceived and carried a pregnancy to term. The decision to donate or destroy the embryos remains with the same couple. Every day thousands of people who undergo in-vitro fertilization, end up with extra embryos… Read More

Should you get IVF or Surgery for Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is an inflammatory disease in which the endometrium—the tissue that normally lines the insides of your uterine cavity—starts to grow outside your uterus, causing adhesions and pain in your lower abdominal cavity. In many women it is the cause of infertility, and patients wonder if they should opt for IVF or surgery for endometriosis. There is no straightforward approach or standardized protocol that can be applied in all patients… Read More

What are the best methods for Endometriosis Diagnosis?

Endometriosis is a painful disease that affects approximately 200 million females around the world. The condition usually presents as varying degrees pelvic pain and extreme discomfort for women; often the diagnosis is late and treatment is consequently delayed. If you know the different methods of endometriosis diagnosis, you may be able to identify and deal with the problem at the earliest. What happens in endometriosis? Endometrial tissue, which normally lines… Read More