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Are the prospective reproductive outcomes in RPL couples related to sperm DNA fragmentation index (DFI) measured by SCSA, morphology and concentration at referral? Design A prospective cohort study including 95 couples seen between 01/04/2018 and 01/12/2019 at the tertiary Copenhagen RPL Unit, Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet and Hvidovre Hospital, Denmark. The couples had experienced three...
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Sperm selection of the most competent sperm is a promising way to enhance reproductive outcomes. Apoptosis is the programmed cell death process to maintain tissue homeostasis, and MACS sperm selection of non-apoptotic cells enables the removal of apoptotic sperm from an ejaculate, thus leaving the non-apoptotic available to be microinjected, but given the associated costs...
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Historically, only women’s drinking was considered a risk during pregnancy, but new research points to the role of fathers’ habits as well. Men drink more, are more likely to binge drink and are almost four times more likely to develop alcohol use disorder than women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Research clearly shows...
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A team of researchers at the George Mason University College of Public Health as well as Northeastern University in the US have published research indicating a strong link between exposure to common pesticides and lower sperm counts. “Understanding how insecticides affect sperm concentration in humans is critical given their ubiquity in the environment and documented...
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What level of awareness do young adults have regarding the potential impacts of gym lifestyle factors and supplementation on male infertility? The survey revealed a statistically significant difference between male and female awareness of the potential impacts of some forms of high-intensity exercise and protein supplementation on male reproductive health. Many men do not think...
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Accurate prediction of fetal weight at birth is essential for effective perinatal care, particularly in the context of antenatal management, which involves determining the timing and mode of delivery. The current standard of care involves performing a prenatal ultrasound 24 hours prior to delivery. However, this task presents challenges as it requires acquiring high-quality images,...
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US regulators will consider clinical trials of a system that mimics the womb, which could reduce deaths and disability for babies born extremely preterm. A hairless, pale-skinned lamb lies on its side in what appears to be an oversized sandwich bag filled with hazy fluid. Its eyes are closed, and its snout and limbs jerk...
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Exposure of the female reproductive tract to either seminal plasma or fluid component of the ejaculate is beneficial to achieving successful embryo implantation and normal embryo development. But whether the “physical” component of sexual intercourse during the peri-transfer period have any influence on frozen-thawed embryo transfer (FET) pregnancy outcomes is not clear. We conducted a...
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High childhood BMI is strongly associated with obesity and cardiometabolic disease and mortality in adulthood. Children conceived after FET have a higher risk of being born large for gestational age (LGA) than children conceived after NC. It is well-documented that being born LGA is associated with an increased risk of obesity in childhood, and it...
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