Intermenstrual bleeding often is not a reason to be concerned – total fertility mostly remains unaffected.
A recently published study shows the influence of too high meat intake in men on an IVF treatment. Moreover it is important, which kind of meat will be eaten by the male partner.
A recently published study shows the dramatic influence of smoking on the child during pregnancy and after birth.
The Kinderwunschzentrum has refuted the myth that seat heaters impair sperm production with a study on 997 male patients. In fact, the opposite is the case.
Our medical director Prof. Strohmer emphasizes the impact on sperm quality: “Studies show that being overweight has a negative impact on sperm cell concentration & morphology.”
On 21st of October 2015 we welcomed „Marty McFly“ from “Back to the future” in our present & take a look into the future of IVF to present the most promising innovations.
During fertility treatment routine check-ups are necessary. The Kinderwunschzentrum is now testing the use of mobile ultrasound machines which shall accomplish a higher patient satisfaction due to more self-determination and less stress.
A recent study shows that patients undergoing an ivf treatment do not have a higher risk to suffer from cancer.
The automatic sperm sampler directs the discussion to one of the last taboos in fertility treatments during the annual congress for reproductive medicine (ESHRE).