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I’m Adam and currently working on the second series of the prime time show Don’t Just Stand There….I’m Having Your baby which airs on BBC3 at 9pm. Last series, first time Dads-to-be were shown how to be more supportive during their partner’s pregnancy and during the birth itself.
In one to one sessions with a fully trained midwife, the Dads were taught about many aspects of pregnancy and labour including cervical dilation, pain relief, massage, breathing techniques and birthing positions.
Tens of thousands of families already are huge fans of “geocaching.” The worldwide phenomenon was created in 2000 when global positioning devices (GPS) were just beginning to become a common feature of people’s lives.
Thousands of infertile couples could benefit from a new IVF procedure that can dramatically improve the success rate of having a baby through artificial reproduction.
Scientists believe they can double or even triple the proportion of healthy babies born as a result fertility treatment with a relatively simple technique that takes a series of time-lapse photographs of the developing IVF embryos.
In many parts of the world, there is a common understanding that a shortage of egg donors exists. Emotionally struggling infertiles potentially contact fertility clinics and are advised to put their names on a waiting list and be patient. This waiting can be an excruitiating experience. The reasons for long waiting periods stems from various reasons such as legislation and costs. It is for this reason that a very attractive option has become the notion of egg donation abroad in South Africa.
The positive, established and guided egg donation options in South Africa are available at all major centres in South Africa. Port Elizabeth egg donation is no exception and offers reputable and professional options for recipients of egg donation in Port Elizabeth as well as worldwide.
Testosterone supplements are touted as a cure for low libido, but men who take them may reduce their odds of fathering a child, new research suggests.
Many men who sought infertility treatment at two U.S. clinics reported taking prescription testosterone supplements, according to a new study. And in most cases their sperm counts skyrocketed after they stopped taking the male hormone.