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How to treat endometriosis

Affecting as many as 10 to 15% of women worldwide, endometriosis is a condition that can have a significant impact on daily life. It happens when tissue from the lining of the womb begins to grow elsewhere while still being affected by the hormonal changes of the menstrual cycle. This means the tissue breaks down and bleeds, which can cause pain, scarring and inflammation in the affected areas. 


Can egg quality be improved?

Research has been undertaken surrounding different factors that can affect egg quality such as endometriosis, ovarian cysts, some immunological disorders, diet, alcohol and caffeine consumption. These factors can come together to cause low egg quality.


Lifestyle and fertility: what you need to know

When it comes to trying to conceive, there are a lot of lifestyle factors that can have an effect on you or your partner’s fertility. Whether you’re actively trying for a baby or you just want to know what you can do to improve your chances when the time comes, here are some lifestyle considerations you may want to think about.


What is endometriosis?

You’ve likely heard of endometriosis, and you might have a vague idea of what it is, but far fewer of us understand the ins and outs of the condition. Affecting roughly 190 million women and girls worldwide with impacts not only on their day-to-day lives but also their chances of conceiving, endometriosis isn’t something to be overlooked.


What is sperm DNA fragmentation?

Up to 50% of infertility cases are due to the male factor. Sperm health is key to increasing the chances of conception, therefore it is important to get the sperm tested to see if there are any problems.


What affects egg quality?

In female fertility, egg quality can be an important factor that determines the likelihood of conceiving. Egg quality is often an even bigger factor in fertility than the number of eggs a woman has left.