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She further adds that crash diets reduce the intake of important micro- nutrients such as iron, calcium and zinc, which play a crucial role in conceiving.
There was no plausible explanation why I wasn't conceiving until I came here in 2011," says Rashid.
Conceiving with the help of infertility treatments can double the risk of adverse birth outcomes including stillbirth, low birth weight, preterm birth and neonatal death, a new study says.
Doctors say the chances of conceiving quintuplets naturally is about one in 55 million.
Seventy-one percent of respondents were trying to avoid conceiving, 6% were trying to get pregnant and 23% were okay either way.
A MUM-TO-BE has told of her shock at conceiving while already pregnant.
That's what Emily Holtel-Hoag of Cleveland initially thought when she and her husband, Mike, had difficulty conceiving when trying for their second child.
Knowledge of medical obstetrics has advanced to the point where prospective parents can improve the odds of conceiving the desired gender of baby by following natural methods, as explained in How To Make A Baby Girl Or Baby Boy, the collaborative work of Doctor Mark More and his wife, pediatric nurse Lisa More.
COUPLES can improve their chances of having a boy by conceiving in the autumn, researchers said today.
Because baby's organs are formed during this early period, preconception health is critically important--and often neglected by women who may be "at risk" for conceiving.
Fitzmaurice produced a small number of eggs, making her already-slim 17 percent chance of conceiving a child with IVF even lower.
In that new procedure, doctors transfer nuclei from older, dysfunctional eggs (not differentiated adult cells as in cloning) to young, healthy donor eggs, and then inseminate the eggs with the husband's sperm - thus conceiving an ordinary child bearing the genes of both parents.
I can hear some readers nodding their heads and asking, Why should gay men forego conceiving children?
The retrospective study involved two groups of women selected from seven hospitals: 2,817 pregnant women and 1,818 infertile women (defined as not conceiving after one year of unprotected intercourse).