Hello, Ive been looking into why I have fertility problems lately. Not fully ready to have a baby but getting there. I was looking up some stuff online and I found this product called Fertile CM. CM stands for cervical mucus. This is my back story..... I am a 27 year old woman, never been on birth control, been in a very long term relationship, figured if it happens it happens, I am healthy and don't need much meds, I am at an overly good weight of 150lbs and 5'7 in height, I have completely regular periods, and they last exactly 3-4 days. I went to have a blood test done to see if my egg count was good and they test for a couple other things, everything came back perfect. My vitamin levels have always been normal, ect. Its been about 7 years of not getting pregnant but I also don't chart. Thinking of all these factors, I believe it has to be my thick cervical mucus that is the problem and that alone. At my obgyn appointments, I have never had anyone say that my mucus looks thick but I have also never asked. Going to ask my next appointment though. Has anyone used this product Fertile CM? I wondering if this product would help me. Any suggestions, comments, or advice would help. I am basically very afraid that I will never be able to have a baby but I do not understand why this is happening. Also keep in mind that it is not my fiancé because he has had a child with someone else. This is something that is so disheartening to me, I cry all the time about this. :(
We present a special family couple with particular medical history of CF, who comes to our Clinic for genetic tests and a prenatal genetic counseling, to prevent the birth of a new affected CF child. Genetic analysis showed that the first affected child, a daughter, is compound heterozygous for two clinically significant recessive mutations: c.1521_1523delCTT; p.Phe508del, inherited from her mother, who carries the same CFTR mutation, and c.1853_1863delTTTTGCATGAA; p.IIe618Argfs 2, inherited from her father, who is heterozygous, healthy carrier, for the same CFTR mutation. In our case report, early prenatal genetic testing...
Women with cystic fibrosis (CF) are living longer and healthier lives, and opportunities for childbearing are increasingly promising. However, this population can also face sexual and reproductive health concerns, including menstrual irregularities, unplanned pregnancies, infertility and pregnancy complications. Additionally, more women are entering menopause and are at risk for the consequences of estrogen deficiency. The exact mechanisms involved in female reproductive health conditions in CF are not clearly understood, but are thought to include cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulator (CFTR)-mediated abnormalities, chan...
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To investigate how poor pre-gestational pulmonary function influenced pregnancy outcome and clinical status evolution in women with cystic fibrosis.
Conclusion: There are maternal and neonatal conditions that can affect heel prick test results, and therefore, their investigation is essential, aiming to guide measures that promote mother and child health and consolidate neonatal screening in this population.
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Abstract Objectives To assess the perinatal and maternal outcomes of pregnant women with cystic fibrosis (CF) and severe lung impairment. Methods This was a series of cases aiming to review the maternal and fetal outcomes in cases of singleton pregnant women with a diagnosis of CF. We have included all of the cases of singleton pregnancy in patients with CF who were followed-up at the obstetrics department of the Medical School of the Universidade de S ão Paulo, between 2003 and 2016. The exclusion criteria were the unattainability of the medical records of the patient, and delivery at other institutions. A forced e...
In conclusion, our study demonstrated that H2S inhibits the transepithelial anion secretion of early pregnant mouse endometrial epithelium via blockade of CFTR, contributing to the preparation for embryo implantation.