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What’s In A One-in-a-Million?

The Truth about Semen? It is one of the most remarkable processes in nature. Starting life as a generic round stem cell, sperm will go on to form its structure (the shape we all familiar with). This is the evolution of spermatozoon: with the demanding job to fertilise the egg,

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Endometriosis

What is Endometriosis: Endometriosis affects approximately 10 percent of women in their reproductive years. It occurs when endometrial cells, similar to the lining of the uterus, form outside of the uterus such as in the Fallopian tubes, ovaries and pelvic wall. The cells alter the environment of the pelvis and

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Adenomyosis

Have you ever heard of Adenomyosis? It’s similar to endometriosis but almost like endo on steroids. While endometriosis invades the ovaries and fallopian tubes, adenomyosis attacks the muscle layer of the uterus, embedding itself deep within the back of the uterus, but also in other areas. Adenomyosis cells behave like

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How What You Eat Can Impact Your Cycle

Is Your Period Normal? Are You Truly Ovulating? – Article by Catherine Chong, Dietitian Understanding your ovulation and menstrual cycle is one of the key steps to work out the “right time” of your fertile window to get pregnant. Day 1 of your cycle is the first day of your

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Understanding Male Infertility

                                          Understanding Male Infertility   Culturally, the burden of fertility—and infertility—falls on women. However, male fertility plays just as big a role in trying to conceive. It is important we talk more about male infertility to ease the amount of pressure placed on women trying to fall pregnant surrounding fertility.

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