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How can weight affect fertility?

When women and couples who are experiencing difficulties with conception are overweight, they have generally already heard or read the advice that being overweight reduces their chance of falling pregnant.
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Conceived by IVF or not, don’t you believe your child is brilliant?

Every parent wants the best for their children. For some parents, this can translate into a tendency to believe their child is super-smart. Why? Perhaps their son or daughter reached developmental milestones quicker than expected, or appeared more alert and able to master literacy skills from a young age.
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What every man (and woman) should know about conception

From avoiding wearing tight pants to having intercourse every day, there are many myths and misconceptions about what men can do to improve their fertility.
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It might not be you, it might be him!

Male fertility issues – the most common cause of infertility after a woman’s age A common misconception is that infertility is a woman's problem and once that ‘problem’ is fixed the couple will be able to conceive.
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Do Asian & Caucasian women respond the same to IVF?

As a Singaporean born, and UK and Australian trained Gynaecologist, Obstetrician and Fertility Specialist, I have been exposed to how different ethnicities respond to fertility issues more than most.
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7 Fertility Lessons from People Who Have Been There

And what they wished they’d known before they started If you’re trying for a baby, it can be difficult to know what advice you should be listening to.
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I already have a child, so why can’t I fall pregnant again?

You already have a happy, healthy toddler, and you’ve been trying for more than six months to give them a sibling – but nothing is happening. Having had a child already is a key promising predictive factor to conceiving again, but it’s no guarantee.
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