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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

The term polycystic ovary syndrome is used to define an ultrasound diagnosis characterised by the presence of 12 or more follicles in each ovary (between 2 and 9 mm in diameter) and/or an incremented ovary volume (>10 ml). Findings such as these in ultrasounds in a single ovary are sufficient in order to be able to give a diagnosis. However, since taking oral contraceptives can change ovary morphology, this diagnostic criteria does not apply to women who take oral contraceptives.
From a practical point of view, when assisted reproduction technology (ART) is being used, detection of polycystic ovaries in isolation is useful for predicting the ovary’s response to stimulation using drugs and the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. […]

2018-08-29T13:55:38+02:0031 de August de 2018|0 Comments

What impact do toxic substances have on fertility?

A wide variety of toxic substances have a damaging effect on fertility.
On the one hand, we have the toxic substances over which we have a direct control in terms of use (tobacco, alcohol, etc.) and, on the other, the toxic substances that we cannot, as individuals, control (environmental factors).
Toxic habits
With reference to the toxic substances that we can control, one of the most well-known and studied of them all, and that is known to clearly have an impact on human reproduction, is tobacco. There are over 4,000 substances in tobacco that are considered toxic. These include cadmium, nicotine and polycyclic hydrocarbons. […]

2017-09-27T11:17:42+02:0029 de September de 2017|0 Comments
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