Dr. Kavoussi Goes on Air on NBC News to Discuss the Effect of Cell Phones on Sperm and Male Fertility
On Monday July 21st, 2014, Dr. Parviz Kavoussi will go on air live at the NBC news studio in Austin to discuss the impact of cell phones on sperm and male fertility. The discussion will primarily be to review the findings of a recent study regarding this topic. This study is a meta-analysis, which […]
For women battling infertility, breakfast truly may be the most important meal of the day. Eating the largest meal in the morning instead of the evening can result in higher rates of ovulation in some women struggling with infertility, according to a recent study by scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel […]
Although secondary infertility accounts for nearly one third of infertility cases, the topic tends to lurk in the shadows of public conversation. Diagnosed when a couple who has previously had biological children without medical assistance is unable to get pregnant or to successfully carry a pregnancy to term after a year of trying, the […]
What is AMH?
AMH is a hormone that, in women, is produced by cells called “granulosa cells”, which surround the follicles (fluid collections that contain the eggs in the ovaries). In the field of Reproductive Medicine, AMH is considered a measure of a woman’s ovarian reserve, which refers to the number of eggs that remain […]