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International Yoga Day 2022: 5 Fertility Yoga Asanas that Can Help You Conceive

Infertility is becoming a growing concern among couples across the globe. Many aspects are the reason behind more and more couples struggling with infertility. Stress, anxiety, depression, sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and so on are some of the many reasons for declining fertility rates.

Should You Exercise While Trying to Conceive or Not?

Both men and women should prefer doing exercise while trying to conceive. When you spend more time being physically active and less time being passive, you increase your likelihood of getting pregnant and stay healthy physically and mentally when already pregnant.

28th February 2022

All about Testicular Biopsy – Types, Procedure, Precautions, Risks & More

Along with the penis and scrotum, the male reproductive system incorporates two testicles. These testicles are situated in your scrotum, a pouch-like sac of skin behind and under your penis. The testicles create sperm and the male sex hormone testosterone.

11th February 2022

10 Foods to Increase Sperm Count (and 5 Foods to Avoid)!

One of the most significant factors affecting fertility is sperm quality and sperm count. Around 1 in every 6 couples faces fertility problems because of the reproductive issues of male partners solely. Whether you and your partner are putting efforts to conceive naturally or with the help of fertility treatments like IVF, IUI or Donor Egg IVF, sperm health is crucial.

11th February 2022

Obesity and Infertility: The Impact of Obesity on Infertility in Both Men and Women

Infertility is a medical disorder in which a woman’s capacity to bear children is impaired or non-existent. It does not imply the presence of a condition as severe or permanent as sterility. Even though infertility is a widespread problem, determining the cause can be challenging. Men and women both are at the risk of infertility, which may very well be genetic, environmental, or lifestyle-related.

5th January 2022

All About Endometriosis- Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, and Much More.

The endometrium is the uterus’ inner lining. The endometrium’s lining sheds through the vaginal canal during a menstrual period. Endometriosis is a condition in which endometrial pieces grow outside of the uterus’s inner lining. Endometrial fragments can attach to the ovaries, fallopian tubes, vaginal mucosa, peritoneum, and intestine.

5th January 2022

The Difference Between Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy

The female body is a sophisticated structure, and it becomes much more complicated when it comes to internal organs. The female body is structured in such a manner that a variety of diseases and disorders can only be identified internally. In such cases, a physical examination may not yield any noteworthy results. Pregnancy, infertility, uterine problems, and fallopian tube disorders are all common scenarios.

The internal pelvic anatomy of a woman can provide vital information about infertility and typical gynaecological problems. What is the function of laparoscopy and hysteroscopy in such cases? Continue reading to learn more.

17th December 2021

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