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Beneficial Nutrients for Fertility & Conception

April 24, 2013 8:33 am

When attending one of our fertility clinics in London, you will be given expert help and advice on pregnancy and health issues that are specifically tailored to suit both you and your partners` circumstances and lifestyle. The expert staff at our fertility clinics in London will provide both you and your partner with the very highest quality of service to aid your conception however there are some dietary practices that couples can follow prior to and during our fertility treatments to better prepare the body for this process. Beneficial Vitamins and Nutrients for Fertility Include L-Arginine & L- Carnitine– These are two amino acids that are specifically required for the normal production of healthy sperm. These acids promote normal functioning,... View Article

Tips on Boosting a Couple’s Fertility

March 26, 2013 1:19 pm

When couples make the life changing decision to bring a child into the world the confirmation of pregnancy simply cannot come soon enough. Many couples are extremely lucky in this respect and conceive very soon after they start to try for a child, others – and there are many, are not so fortunate. There are a few ways that couples can tackle the heart wrenching issue of fertility problems, Private Fertility Clinics are the obvious choice but what else can couples do, on their own, to increase the chances of conception. In this document we have listed some simple measures that couples can take throughout their normal daily lives to increase the chances of a healthy pregnancy… Women Weight control... View Article

Endometriosis

October 10, 2012 8:21 am

What is Endometriosis? The normal endometrium Endometriosis takes its name from the lining of the womb, which is called the endometrium.  The endometrium forms the uterine lining in which the early embryo implants.  It is the most dynamic of all tissue in the body, as it is shed each month and then completely regrows. At the beginning of the female monthly cycle the endometrium responds mainly to oestrogen and rapidly proliferates, thickens and becomes receptive for embryo implantation.  The endometrium is maintained in this state by progesterone in the second half of the cycle.  If pregnancy does not occur, progesterone levels fall and the endometrium disintegrates and bleeding occurs, and then the cycle begins again.  Displaced endometrial tissue in the... View Article