Approximately 1 in 100 women under 40 will experience premature ovarian failure (POF), however most women wont become aware of it until they attempt to have a baby. Today Andrew speaks to Stacey Roberts about how to approach these patients.
Miscarriage, the loss of pregnancy before 20 weeks, is a relatively common event. Up to 1 in 4 women will experience a miscarriage in their lifetime, but the number is likely higher as many are not reported or simply unknown due to women not trying to get pregnant who miscarry after being a few days late.
Functional polymorphisms of various antioxidant genes may be beneficial diagnostic and therapeutic markers for the health of sperm and the risk of male infertility.
The effectiveness of ubiquinol for ameliorating sperm density, morphology and motility are incredibly promising.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is "the most common endocrine metabolic disorder in women around the world".
Male infertility is a relatively unexplored reason for couples being unable to conceive - yet, it's likely to be responsible in up to 20% of cases.
One in six Australian couples find it difficult to have a baby. The problem can lie with the female (40% of all cases), male (40%), or both partners (10%). In 10% of cases, the cause is unknown. Here, we take a closer look at factors that can affect female fertility, and how they might be resolved.
Below optimum functioning of the thyroid and adrenals can have deleterious affects on fertility. Stacey Roberts, an international fertility expert, shares her strategies for treating this in her infertility clientele.