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Daily sex helps to reduce sperm DNA damage and improve fertility

...w days before attempting to conceive with their partner, either spontaneously or via assisted reproduction. Dr David Greening, an obstetrician and gynaecologist with sub specialist training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Sydney IVF, Wollongong, Australia, said: "All that we knew was that inte...

Removal of uterus increases risk of urinary incontinence

...e patients should themselves be aware of the greater risk the operation entails, particularly if they belong to a high-risk group, says Daniel Altman, gynaecologist and one of the researchers behind the study. The highest likelihood of incontinence surgery was noted within five years of the removal of the uter...

As these women box on, do they risk becoming mothers?

...complications during pregnancy. "The punches on abdominal muscles, which supports the womb, could result in complications during pregnancy," said gynaecologist Anita Kaul of Indraprastha Apollo Hospital here. She said that since boxing is a muscle-based sport, the use of performance enhancing drugs might...

Human Uterine Transplant In Near Future

... even though this further test is not strictly necessary to prove the safety of the technique in humans,' said Prof Del Priore. Richard Smith, a gynaecologist at London's Hammersmith Hospital, claimed in September that he would carry out a uterine transplant in 2 years time. Mats Brannstrom of Gothenburg...

NHS Will Do Well to Curb Use Of Umbilical Cord Blood For Treatment of Cancers

...future disease, but this has worrying implications for NHS services and little chance of benefit, says Dr Leroy Edozien, a Consultant Obstetrician and gynaecologist at St Mary's Hospital, Manchester. Cord blood banks generally fall into two groups. Public banks collect cord blood which has been altruistically...

Gardasil Hailed as one of the Biggest Research Successes

...red as three doses over six months to girls aged around 12 years and is expected to cost around €300 per course. Dr Grainne Flannelly, Consultant gynaecologist on the Medical Committee of the Irish Cancer Society, said although the development was welcome there were concerns about the cost of the treatment. ...

Womb transplantation- to be successful in 2 years’ tim

...overcome by the new procedure. It has been successful in animals and can be performed successfully in humans also. Richard Smith, a consultant gynaecologist at Hammersmith Hospital in west London, said: "By getting to a place where we seem to have a reliable method of giving the uterus a blood supply, that...

Alternative therapy – an alternative to HRT

...ed that more research was needed into such therapies. "Our view is that we support the report that more research needs to be done." Consultant gynaecologist Nick Panay, of Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London, and co-author of the report, said “Many women use alternatives to HRT to help control menopausal sy...

Stress Therapy can Restore Fertility: Study

...rom getting pregnant, but visiting a behavioural therapist for a few months can restore fertility, a US researcher concluded.// Emory University gynaecologist Sarah Berga examined the value of psychological treatment for women of child-bearing age, who had stopped ovulating. When presenting her finding...

Stress and Pollution are Major Cause of Infertility Among Urban Couples

...the stigma of infertility is reduced. It will also help poor patients get treatment which otherwise would be out of their reach," he said. Noted gynaecologist B.D. Mukherjee said: "We need a body like LEAF Foundation to dispel myths around infertility. It will also help remove male ego about infertility, sin...
Gynaecologist in Biological News

UK sperm donor crisis

... Lead author Dr Sudipta Paul, who is now locum consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Whitehaven Hospital in Cumbria, said the study showed that the number of...between supply and demand has led senior author Dr Jane Stewart, consultant gynaecologist and specialist in reproductive medicine at the Newcastle Fertility Centre a...
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