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  1. Study: Men's Tobacco Chewing May Harm Sperm

    Sept. 16, 2005 -- A new study notes a possible link between tobacco chewing and sperm problems. Infertile men "should be counseled about the adverse effects of tobacco chewing on sperm," write the researchers in Fertility and Sterility. The study included 638 men at an infertility clinic in Mumbai,

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  2. Infertility Treatment Hopes: Testing a Key?

    Sept. 14, 2005 -- Fewer than two in 10 embryos transferred during infertility treatments result in live births. But researchers say this success rate could be improved with better pretransfer testing that helps identify viable embryos. Assisted reproduction most often involves the fertilization of e

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  3. Nitric Oxide May Prolong Women's Fertility

    Sept. 9, 2005 -- Nitric oxide, the same chemical that helps men achieve an erection, may also help women preserve their fertility and improve their chances of having a healthy baby by fighting the effects of aging on their ovaries. A new study shows that exposure to nitric oxide delayed the signs of

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  4. After Age 44, Fertility Successes Are Few

    Aug. 25, 2005 -- Women who seek treatment for infertility have a "reasonable" chance of having a baby with their own eggs in their early 40s, but success rates drop to close to zero once they reach age 44, a new study suggests. Researchers reviewed birth outcomes among 1,263 women over the age of 40

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  5. No Link Between Stress, IVF, and Pregnancy

    Aug. 24, 2005 -- Patients often worry that stress and anxiety of infertility treatment will reduce their chances of becoming pregnancy, but a new study from Sweden shows this fear to be unfounded. Researchers assessed stress levels among women undergoing their first in vitro fertilization treatment

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  6. Infertility Treatment May Up Postpartum Blues

    Aug. 23, 2005 - Women who have healthy babies as a result of infertility treatments may be unlikely candidates for postpartum depression. But new research suggests they might be uniquely vulnerable. Gina (not her real name) is a case in point. The birth of her daughter four years ago should have bee

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  7. Acupuncture May Improve Sperm Quality

    Aug. 3, 2005 -- Acupuncture may help some men overcome infertility problems by improving the quality of their sperm, according to a new study. Researchers found five weeks of acupuncture treatment reduced the number of structural abnormalities in sperm and increased the overall number of normal sper

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  8. Estrogen Receptor Affects Women's Infertility

    July 22, 2005 -- Scientists may have a new lead on a source of women's infertility. They studied a gene tied to the hormone estrogen. The gene governs estrogen receptor beta, a protein involved in estrogen's effects. Estrogen works on tissues by binding to a part of cells called estrogen receptors.

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  9. Marriage Stress Affects Infertility Treatment

    June 24, 2005 -- Ask any couple who has been through it and they will tell you there is little as stressful as wanting a baby and not being able to have one. Infertility-related stress is known to take its toll on relationships, and now a new study shows it can also affect the success of fertility t

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  10. Abstinence Makes Weak Sperm Grow Stronger

    June 23, 2005 -- A little abstinence may go a long way for men with infertility problems. A new study shows that sperm from men with low sperm counts reached their peak condition after one day of abstinence and deteriorated after more than one day without sex. They say the findings show that men wit

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