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  1. Coenzyme Q10 Helps Sperm Movement

    Jan. 12, 2004 -- A common antioxidant may help men with problem sperm increase their chances of conceiving a child. A new study shows that daily supplementation with coenzyme Q10 can help improve sperm movement in infertile men. Decreased sperm motility, the percentage of sperm that move forward nor

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  2. Older Sperm Have More DNA Damage

    Dec. 19, 2003 -- As a man ages, his sperm become damaged -- the result of damaged DNA, a new study shows. This new finding could lead to better sperm selection processes in infertility treatment, researchers say. It is well known that female fertility declines with age as a result of impaired egg qu

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  3. ICSI Kids Show No Developmental Delays

    Dec. 19, 2003 -- New research offers the most reassuring evidence yet of the normal development of children conceived using an assisted reproduction technique. The study found no developmental delays in preschool-aged kids born to infertile parents who underwent intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICS

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  4. Infertility Treatments: More Successful

    Dec. 17, 2003 -- It's a miracle: Infertility treatments, such as in vitro fertilization, resulted in some 40,000 babies, according to a CDC report for 2001. The report summarizes national trends and success rates of assisted reproductive techniques, such as in vitro fertilization -- the most common

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  5. Fertility Supplement Looks Promising

    Nov. 24, 2003 -- FertilityBlend -- a mixture of herbs, vitamins, and minerals -- looks promising to help women get pregnant without the risk of multiple births. FertilityBlend is already available in Europe. Studies there on the main ingredient, chasteberry, have suggested that it helps restore the

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  6. Long Time to Conceive Can Cause Problems

    Oct. 29, 2003 -- Women who take longer than a year to get pregnant are more likely to have low birth weight babies or need a cesarean section. A newly reported Danish study found that women who get pregnant after more than a year of trying were up to twice as likely to require a C-section or have ba

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  7. Couples May Change After Miscarriage

    Oct. 8, 2003 -- Pregnancy loss can greatly affect a couple's relationship. It can either tear them apart, or bring them closer together. A new study shows the outcome all depends on how they handle it. "This is an outcome of pregnancy loss that has not yet been named, but it can have a serious effec

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  8. Menstrual Cycle Proves More Complex

    July 10, 2003 -- New research may help explain why the rhythm method fails so many couples and offers further evidence that the monthly window of fertility may vary from woman to woman. The findings suggest that family planning methods that rely on the calendar just don't work for a significant perc

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  9. IVF, ICSI Babies as Healthy as Others

    July 2, 2003 -- Babies born with the assistance of the infertility treatments in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) don't face any more health problems than babies conceived by natural means, according to the longest-running study to date. Researchers say the study

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  10. Uterus Transplant Works -- in Mice

    July 2, 2003 -- Infertile women may one day have a new fertility option: Uterus transplants. A Swedish research team has announced several successful pregnancies in mice that received uterus transplants. It's the first time a womb transplant has worked in any animal. "These are the first true transp

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