Mom From Viral Rainbow Baby Photo Is Back With Another Gorgeous Pic
Photographer Mary Maloney says she started off 2017 in “a perfect way.” On the second day of the year, she snapped photos of a proud mom holding her rainbow baby. In October, Mary, the woman behind Pebbles and Polka Dots Photography, teamed up with JoAnn Marrero of From Labor to Love Photography for a stunning maternity photo of Jessica Mahoney. Jessica faced infertility issues after having her first child, but after six miscarriages she became pregnant with her rainbow baby, a child that is born following a miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death or infant loss. To celebrate, Jessica was the star in a viral photo that included rainbow smoke bombs. Jessica has since welcomed her rainbow baby, and Mary had the chance to photograph the proud mom and her daughter. The photographer is working on a breastfeeding series and learned that Jessica wanted to be a part of it. Mary wanted to highlight that Jessica’s daughter is a rainbow baby, so she provided the mom with a rainbow dress and a veil for the infant. Mary told The Huffington Post that the photo shoot was quick because of the cold weather in Massachusetts, and according to her, Jessica’s daughter was a natural. “Her daughter did perfect,” she said. “Not a peep. A complete angel.” Mary told HuffPost that though the shoot was short, taking photos of Jessica and her daughter was an emotional experience. “For me, sitting back 20 feet with camera in hand an...
Conclusion Careful consideration of primary ectopic pregnancy data is a valuable tool to predict the potential risk of recurrence in the future.
To compare sperm parameters, serum hormone levels, pregnancy and miscarriage rates between the infertile men with recurrent or persistent varicocele who underwent microsurgical subinguinal redo varicocelectomy or had observation only.
ConclusionsThis prospective case-control study is one of the largest to examine environmental factors, sperm characteristics, sperm DNA fragmentation and chromatin, and chromosome anomalies in spermatozoa in relation to unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss. The originality of our study lies in the comprehensive andrological examination and search for risk factors and fertility history. Further studies are needed to confirm the links between unexplained RPL and a male family history of infertility or miscarriages. The increased sperm aneuploidy observed in unexplained RPL supports a male etiology. These data pave the way fo...
*This blog was first published at DNA Science Blog at Public Library of Science* The spindle apparatus is among the most elegant structures in a cell, quickly self-assembling from microtubules and grabbing and aligning chromosomes so that equal sets separate into the two daughter cells that result from a division. But can spindles in cells held at the brink of division in the suspended animation of the deep freeze at a fertility clinic survive being ripped from their slumber off-protocol, as happened the weekend of March 4 at the Pacific Fertility Clinic in San Francisco and University Hospitals Fe...
Conclusion Findings revealed an improvement in pregnancy rates following hCG administration in FET cycles.
This study presents a summary of the investigations that indicate the key role of stem cell therapy in regeneration and renovation of defective parts.
This study presents a summary of the investigations that indicate the key role of stem cell therapy in regeneration and renovation of defective parts. PMID: 29571018 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: Infertile women with TAI treated with ICSI had no increased risk of a first trimester miscarriage compared with women without TAI. PMID: 29546422 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion Y chromosome microdeletions and chromosomal heteromorphism are not associated with RPL in Northeast China. Some RPL males had structural chromosome anomalies, all of which were reciprocal translocations. We suggest that it may not be necessary to detect Y chromosome microdeletions in RPL males with Yqh±.
Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is defined as the miscarriage of 2 or more clinical pregnancies. The majority of cases remain unexplained after standard evaluations for anti-phospholipid antibody syndrome (APAS), uterine anomalies and parental karyotypes. While ovarian reserve testing is recommended for women with infertility, the role of ovarian reserve testing in the setting of RPL is unknown.