Infertility is not uncommon in Singapore. If you’re dealing with infertility issues, you’re definitely not alone. Fortunately, science and nature have both given us many aids to help find solutions to infertility issues. Just read on for advice about common fertility issues such as PCOS and endometriosis, fertility treatments like IVF and IUI (intrauterine insemination). If you have been struggling with infertility for years, perhaps adoption is your answer. We provide you with medical information on how to deal with infertility and what steps to take if you choose adoption in Singapore.
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Recent studies show that being underweight and infertility could be linked. Hormonal health and normal ovulation require a fine balance. According to research, this balance can be disturbed by weight issues.
What is preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and how can it help parents undergoing IVF? Dr. Ann Tan answers our questions about this subject.
Women who do night shifts have an 80% chance of suffering from fertility problems, miscarriage or menstrual disruption, say experts. Read more about the study and its findings.
Deciding to try IVF in order to get pregnant is a hard decision, filled with a mixture of worry and anticipation. Don't rush into it. Make sure you do your research. Here are some helpful tips on finding an IVF clinic in Singapore.
A recent study proved that yoga can enhance your fertility. Certain poses can actually help you get pregnant. Here, we list four poses that you and your partner could do together when trying to conceive.
Does penis size really affect fertility? Can eating spicy food help get you pregnant faster? We look at the top ten fertility myths out there, and here's what we found out.
Some couples find conceiving naturally difficult. There are many options to explore. We look at Infertility in Singapore. Explore ICSI and IVF treatments that are available to Singaporeans.
The study looked at pregnancy rates after using the ICSI procedure. One group used fresh sperm, while another used frozen sperm for IVF treatments. The results showed that there was no statistically significant difference of delivery rate between the two groups.
A miscarriage can be a very painful event, whether it happens early or late during pregnancy. It can affect you physically, mentally and emotionally. You may be eager to try to conceive right away after a miscarriage. But can miscarriage affect your chances to conceive?
Recent concerns about HPV vaccine and infertility have risen. A 16 year old Australian girl entered early menopause after receiving the Gardasil vaccine. As her periods completely ceased, the girl asked for medical advice. She was diagnosed with premature ovarian failure and she will not be able to conceive. There were no other medical reasons or family history, so the only link was to the HPV vaccination.