Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Assisted reproductive technology

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is a large group of techniques and procedures which are designed to assist infertile couples who wish to have children. This medical field exploded in the 1970s, with the development of in vitro fertilization, and it becomes increasingly advanced with each year. Although various definitions have been used, ART includes all fertility treatments in which both eggs and sperm are manipulated. In general, ART involves surgically removing eggs from a woman's ovaries, combining them with sperm in the laboratory, and returning them to the woman's body or donating them to another woman.
In addition, ART is often categorized according to whether the procedure used a woman's own eggs (non-donor) or eggs from another woman (donor) and according to whether the embryos used were newly fertilized (fresh) or previously fertilized, frozen, and then thawed (frozen).
Discover all ART methods and choose the best one for you.

Friday, March 25, 2011


Yes, it worked! My IVF treatment was SUCCESS !
I'm so lucky to finally had my most wanted dream fulfilled.
The dream of wanting to become pregnant and to successfully have my own babies.
The below photos are my IVF baby girls, Suwan and Anchalee at Disney World in 2010.
These two cuties twins are conceived via IVF at Shady Grove Fertility Center in Rockville, Maryland.
Discover all details of this SUCCESS STORY.

Monday, March 21, 2011


The general understanding of the word “INFERTILITY” is that despite regular sexual intercourse, without any form of contraception, a couple is unable to get pregnancy. Infertility means not being able to get pregnant after one year of trying OR six months, if a woman is 35 or older. Once you discover that your couple is infertile, the next step is to check the real cause of infertility. The diagnosis of infertility is not very difficult but can be sometimes complicated (depending on partners’ health indicators).
For full understanding the series of tests should be conducted in both the man and woman. The tests are done to check if the woman is ovulating and to look for any abnormalities in her uterus or fallopian tubes.
Discover all diagnostic methods and be ready to discover all causes of your infertility.

Friday, March 18, 2011


Male infertility isn't something you hear much about on the news, so you may be surprised to know that male infertility is almost as likely as female infertility to be involved in a couple's inability to achieve pregnancy.
The good news is that most cases of male infertility can be resolved either by treating the problem or using fertility treatments. When this is not the case, a couple facing male infertility may turn to a sperm donor or adoption to help build their family.
Discover ALL about male infertility.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011


In general infertility affects millions of couples and causes could be female infertility, male infertility, combined infertility or so called “unexplained infertility”. An estimated 10-15% of couples are classified as infertile, which means that they have been trying to get pregnant with frequent, unprotected intercourse for at least a year with no success.
Female infertility factors were discovered approximately in one-third of the time and male infertility factors in about one-third of the time. In the rest cases the causes of infertility could be combined or unknown (“unexplained infertility”).
Discover all possible causes of female infertility.

Sunday, March 13, 2011


Breasts are made of fat, tissues, and milk producing glands and not muscles; this makes it difficult to shape and tone breasts. Sagging breasts normally occur with aging and are quite common after breastfeeding and pregnancy. While it is not possible to tighten the loose skin in sagging breasts, you can shape and tone the muscles around your breasts to make it appear more firm. One way on how to tighten breasts is to perform some breast lift exercises like stability ball dumbbell presses.
DISCOVER all methods which can be used for changing your breast shape.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

PUBIC LICE sexually transmitted

Pubic lice are tiny, flat-bodied, six-legged wingless insects that live on the skin (infect the pubic hair area and lay eggs). They are also called crabs because they have "claws", which they use to hang on to hair. They are light brown and the size of a pinhead. Pubic lice feed on the blood of humans; however, they can live up to 24 hours away from the person. Pubic lice infect hairy parts of the body, especially around the pubic area. They look like small scabs to the naked eye. Their eggs (called “nits”) can be seen on hair close to the skin as little white dots. The eggs hatch in six to eight days.
In extreme cases, crabs will find their way to the abdominal area, armpits, moustache or the eyelashes. Pubic lice are usually spread through sexual contact. They can also be spread through contaminated clothing and bedding.
Discover more about Pubic Lice.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

SCABIES sexually transmitted

Scabies is a skin condition caused by the scabies mite (Sarcoptes scabiei var hominis). The mite burrows under the skin. It is so small it can hardly be seen with the naked eye. It belongs to the same family as the spider. Scabies has been around for a long time and is probably responsible for the term “Seven Year Itch.” These bugs have three pairs of strong, stubby legs, which the female uses to burrow under the skin.
Scabies are usually sexually transmitted but scabies can also be passed between members of a household by skin-to-skin contact, shared clothing, towels, and bedding. Children often pass it to one another and to adults through everyday contact.
Discover how scabies are transmitted during sexual contacts.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

HEPATITIS sexually transmitted

There are at least five known hepatitis viruses ranging from hepatitis A to hepatitis E. Hepatitis B (HBV) is a potentially life-threatening liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus. Found in both blood and body fluids of infected people (in infected semen, vaginal fluids and saliva). Hepatitis B is the most serious type of viral hepatitis.
Hepatitis B can cause chronic liver disease and put people at high risk of death from cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer. For some, the virus disappears in six months. Others become lifetime carriers and risk transmitting it to other people. Carriers may develop cirrhosis of the liver and are 200 times more likely to develop liver cancer.
Hepatitis B can be contracted through vaginal, anal, oral sex and even kissing. In general you can get hepatitis B from any sex act if your partner is infected. The higher number of sex partners, the higher the risk of getting HBV. HBV is 100 times more infectious than HIV.
Discover more about hepatitis prevention.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. There are many different types of HPV (over 100 different kinds of viruses) and more than 30 are sexually transmitted – they can infect the genital areas of males and females. These HPV types can also infect the mouth and throat. Most people who become infected with HPV do not even know they have it. It is estimated that as much as 80% of the population is infected with a strain of HPV at some point in their life.
If you are sexually active, or thinking about becoming sexually active, your best protection is to learn the facts about how HPV is spread and how to prevent getting it. HPV immunization can be a good protection. Discover ALL about HPV prevention and management.