Uterine Polyps

Uterine Polyps: Can It Cause Infertility or Miscarriage?

A uterine polyp is a tissue developed on the endometrium lining. Large polyps lead to infertility as the embryo cannot attach to the embryo and grow naturally. Factors like hormonal disorders, advanced age, genetics, elevated blood pressure, etc., cause uterine polyps. This health issue can be treated by taking hormonal medications or hysterectomy.
Varicocele Surgery Complications

What Are the Side Effects of Varicocele Surgery?

Varicocele surgery reduces scrotum pain and treats infertility; however, it may cause hydrocele, damage to the scrotum’s vein, testicular atrophy, or testicle inflammation. Varicocelectomy is done in various ways, including open surgery, microsurgery, laparoscopy, and embolization, but the safest method is laparoscopy surgery.

What to Eat After IUI to Help Implantation?

Having a healthy and nutritious post-IUI diet increases the chance of pregnancy and live birth. Foods containing protein, fiber, vitamins, and Omega-3 should be added to your table after IUI. Have more leafy vegetables, legumes, fresh fruit, chicken breast, egg, and seeds, and avoid refined carbs, artificial sweeteners, and junk food during this period.
Sperm freezing can provide a solution for male infertility, offering the possibility of future parenthood.

Sperm Freezing for Future Use: Costs & Best Duration

Sperm freezing is suggested when there is a problem with the male reproductive tract, and it’s worsening. It is also used when the father should get chemotherapy in the future, is prone to testicular cancer or azoospermia, or has a chromosomal disorder. The sperm can be frozen for more than 20 years and can be used in ART at any time.
Vasectomy Surgery

Vasectomy Procedure: Recovery, Side effects & Effectiveness

The procedure of vasectomy involves numbing the scrotum’s skin and making a small incision in it to remove the vas deferens. Vasectomy works in %99 of cases, but you should use other birth control methods for 3 months after the operation as there may still be sperm in your semen. Favorably, this operation does not affect your testosterone production, orgasm, and libido.