Study Finds Omega-3s May Promote Fertility in Obese WomenA team of University of Colorado researchers found a promising link between omega-3 supplementation and increased fertility among obese women, who are more likely to struggle with infertility.
Award-Winning Research Links Omega-3 Fatty Acids With Increased FertilityUniversity of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine researchers uncover a relationship between omega-3 fatty acids and increased ovarian reserve that could benefit up to 30 percent of infertile women.
Expanding Insurance for Single Embryo IVF Could Improve Pregnancy OutcomesExpanding insurance coverage for elective single-embryo transfer during IVF could lead to improved health outcomes and lower health care costs, according to a new study by Dr. Alex Polotsky of the University of Colorado's Advanced Reproductive Medicine.
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Freezing Eggs: Benefits and RealitiesBoston University News Service's article about considerations before freezing eggs quoted CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine's physician Dr. Serena Dovey.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids Shown to Boost Fertility in Obese WomenDr. Polotsky with CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine was part of a research study showing omega-3 fatty acid supplements can enhance fertility in obese women
Dr. Murray Weighs in on What Negatively Affects Sperm CountIn an article published on Prevention.com, Dr. Shona Murray talks about factors that may negatively affect sperm count. Low sperm count is a common cause of infertility in males.
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Should I Take Testosterone to Help My Fertility? ... NO, NO, NOTestosterone therapy can speed up sex drive but cause infertility in the process. Dr. Murray explains in her blog why men who want to be fathers should avoid testosterone therapy.
The Dilemma of Infertility Treatment for Unexplained InfertilityDr. Illions discusses treatment options for couples facing a diagnosis of unexplained infertility, presenting a cost effective method for patients to proceed through treatment cycles while maximizing success rates.
Is More Better: How Many Embryo Transfers Does It Take to Have a Healthy Baby with IVF?Elective single embryo transfer (eSET) is when a woman decides to transfer only one embryo during an IVF cycle. Dr. Polotsky explains why more and more women opting to select this option.
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