Thursday, September 27, 2018

Male infertility, busy lifestyles raise fertility challenges

Work stress, and working in a sedentary work environment, can negatively impact male fertility. 40% of infertility cases are because of male fertility issues, 40% are because of female fertility issues, and 20% of cases are both male and female fertility issues. See the full article to learn more!

Story via The Indian Express (

Monday, September 10, 2018

HYPOGONADISM – An Unfamiliar cause of female infertility

Not many people are aware of female hypogonadism, a condition where there is "deficiency in production of estrogen and progesterone by the ovaries." - Quote by APN News

Symptoms of female hypogonadism include depression, irregular periods, heavy periods, hair loss, and also ovarian cysts.

The condition can negatively impact a woman's quality of life.

Story via APN News (

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Fertility diet, best foods and lifestyle habits to boost fertility and sperm count

According to a recent study, the best fertility foods are protein packages, healthy fats, whole grains, and occasionally ice cream. Rich in zinc and folate, berries, figs, nuts, leafy greens, and beans, also help fertility.

Top foods to avoid include alcohol, coffee, and tea.

See the full article for complete details!

Story via HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times (

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Study Suggests Bad Diet May Harm a Woman's Fertility

According to a study, eating too much fast food, and not enough fruits and vegetables, can make it more difficult for women to become pregnant.

Story via Womens' Health Team, Cleveland Clinic