The motility of sperm is an important part of analyzing semen for diagnosing fertility of a male. There are three elements of analyzing semen.  They are: Sperm count (concentration of sperm) Percentage of motility Morphology, wherein the percentage of normally shaped sperm is measured. Mostly the usual cutoff for the standard sperm motility is higher…

For getting enough eggs for carrying out in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure, the reproductive organs of the female are stimulated with medications using one of the many IVF stimulus protocols. These protocols help in developing plentiful of follicles and eggs. The medicinal injections are generally given by the woman herself or by her spouse or…

The In vitro fertilization – IVF process is performed in several steps, such as: Ovulation induction Sperm retrieval Egg retrieval Fertilization, and Embryo transfer A single cycle of the IVF procedure may take nearly two weeks. And, you may, sometime, require more than just a single cycle. Ovulation induction In case you decide to utilize…

What are follicles? An ovarian follicle is a pouch-like structure (sac), which is filled with fluid and contains an oocyte (an immature egg).  In the female reproduction system, the follicles can be traced in the ovaries. Around the time of ovulation, a mature egg is expelled from a follicle. While many follicles begin developing during…

It is, indeed, difficult to accept as true that life begins with just a single cell. In this blog, we will learn what is a zygote, how does it shape up as a human being. Zygote The male sex cells are known as sperm  that are found in the semen ejaculated while copulating with her female partner…

Uterine Fibroids can be treated with many treating options.  If you experience any of the uterine fibroid symptoms, you may consult your doctor for seeking relief. Like many other women, you may not experience any of the uterine fibroids symptoms or signs. And, even if you experience any of the symptoms, they are mild and…

Causes The causes of uterine fibroids are not yet clear, but some researchers and clinical experiences point to these suspect factors: Family History and Genetic changes Uterine Fibroids generally run in the families.  And, if your grandmother, mother or sister happens to have them, there is a likelihood of you also developing these. Many fibroids…

The Fallopian Tube blockage characteristically obstructs meeting of the sperm with the egg with the result that the egg does not get fertilized.  In some cases, the tubal blockage prevents the movement of the fertilized egg to the uterus where the development of  a zygote to an embryo and thereafter to a fetus and, eventually, birth…

For achieving your pregnancy naturally, one of the necessities is the passage where the woman’s egg meets the man’s sperm contained in the semen that penetrates and fertilizes it. This generally happens in one of the woman’s two Fallopian tubes. While ascertaining the couple’s fertility, it is important to know whether the woman’s Fallopian tubes are open to…

Locations: The Fallopian Tube blockages happen mainly at three places: Proximal Mid-segment Distal Types of Blockages: The types of Fallopian tubes blockages are variable. As the Fallopian tubes have different sections and are a tube, each section has been given a name.  Any of its parts may get blocked.  The infertility specialists are generally aware…

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