Men Don't Know about Risks to Fertility, Survey Finds

It's not commonly known that factors such as obesity, laptop use on lap can affect sperm counts Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Page: Male Infertility
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[Guardian] Experts have raised fresh alarm that more men could become infertile due to huge drop in sperm quality caused by rising pollution, junk food, obesity, smoking, exposure to plastics and lack of exercise.
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Conclusion: Heat stimulation by M-RF treatment induced upregulation of UCP1 and FGF21 expression in serum and/or WATs, which was correlated with reduced total body and WAT weight gain in DIO mice. PMID: 30275865 [PubMed]
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CONCLUSION: The compiled results indicate that despite the multifactorial etiology of sexual/reproductive dysfunction, nutritional factors may affect the sexual and reproductive health in both men and women. However, it is necessary further studies to clarify this association, and simultaneously improve the approach and treatment of patients with sexual and/or reproductive problems. PMID: 30255750 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Abstract OBJECTIVE: The aim of the present study was to investigate the changes in serum progranulin and sex hormone levels in infertile women with obesity. MATERIALS AND METHOD: A total of 171 infertile women who have fertility desire were included in this cross-sectional study. The initial assessment included the measurements of weight, height, waist circumference and hip circumference to calculate body mass index (BMI), and waist/hip ratio. All participants were categorized into two groups in accordance with BMI as a control group (
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Abstract BACKGROUND: Letrozole is widely employed as ovulation induction agent in women with PCOS, but its use in mild stimulation (MS) protocols for IVF is limited. Aim of the present study was to evaluate the feasibility of a MS protocol with letrozole plus hMG in non-obese PCOS women undergoing IVF after a metformin pre-treatment. METHODS: We retrospectively evaluated the data of 125 non-obese PCOS undergoing MS with letrozole plus hMG, 150 IU as starting dose, (group 1, N = 80) compared to those undergoing a conventional IVF stimulation protocols (CS) (group 2, N = 45) pri...
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Letrozole is widely employed as ovulation induction agent in women with PCOS, but its use in mild stimulation (MS) protocols for IVF is limited. Aim of the present study was to evaluate the feasibility of a MS...
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Most mainstream doctors believe that polycystic ovary syndrome, PCOS, is a disease. PCOS is, after all, associated with markedly increased risk for type 2 diabetes, hypertension, endometrial cancer, and heart disease, in addition to outward signs that include excessive facial and body hair, tendency to being overweight or obese, irregular menstrual cycles, infertility. A crisis of self esteem commonly and understandably results. Mainstream doctors tell you to not worry because they have plenty of prescription drugs to “treat” it, not to mention various hormones, fertility procedures, and gastric bypass. PCOS is...
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