Monthly Archives: June 2018

Norwegian study suggests that maternal use of acetaminophen during pregnancy may be associated with ADHD risk in offspring

A recent study in the journal Pediatrics showed a twofold higher rate of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) among offspring that were exposed to 29 days or more of maternal acetaminophen use during pregnancy. If maternal acetaminophen use was less than 8 days there was a lower rate of ADHD. Although maternal preconceptional acetaminophen […]

Austin Fertility Researched the Factors Impacting Couples’ Decision to Choose Vasectomy Reversal Vs. Sperm Retrieval/IVF

Approximately half a million men in the United States undergo vasectomy annually.  An estimated 6% of these men will change their minds about their choice of having undergone vasectomy and seek options to reestablish fertility potential.  The two options available are vasectomy reversal (VR) or sperm retrieval (SR) with in vitro fertilization/intracytoplasmic sperm injection […]