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Some causes of Male infertility

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Some causes of Male infertility
Posted in 2012



Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem.
About two-thirds of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that are made do not work properly.
Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.
Other less common causes of infertility include: sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilisation to take place (one i…

Complications of Conjoined Twin Pregnancy

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Complications of Conjoined Twin Pregnancy





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Complications of Conjoined Twin Pregnancy
Posted in 2016

Complications are synonymous with a conjoined twin pregnancy. The worst complication that may arise is a stillbirth, either inside the womb or after birth. Another aspect that may create problems is the delivery of conjoined twins. Normal delivery should not be considered as it may lead to further complications. Caesarean delivery is a more viable option, and it may be planned way before the due date. It is also important that a team of medical experts is present at the time of birth to handle complex cases.
Apart from the medical complications, a conjoined twin pregnancy can be emotionally quite challenging for the would-be-parents. They are counselled properly to face all the challenges that may arise during pregnancy or after the birth of the twins



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Signs indicate conjoined twins

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Signs indicate conjoined twins





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Signs indicate conjoined twins
Posted in 2016


No there are no specific signs or symptoms that may indicate that you are carrying conjoined twins. However, you may experience the following symptoms, just like any other twin pregnancy: Your uterus may grow at a faster pace or in other words; it grows more than a normal pregnancy.You may feel more nauseous and fatigued or such symptoms are more pronounced.You may find your feet more swollen in comparison to the woman who is carrying a single baby.However, your pregnancy ultrasound will help you know if you are carrying conjoined twins. Your doctor may further guide you to undergo more tests to confirm if you are carrying conjoined twins. My advice
1...  Develop positive thinking before conceiving and continue till delivery
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How conjoined twins formed?

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How conjoined twins formed?






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How conjoined twins formed?
Posted in 2016

Twin babies form in two conditions that it either a woman produces two eggs and they both get fertilized, or the single egg divides after the fertilization process. In case of two eggs and two sperms, fraternal twins are born, whereas, in case of one egg division, identical or paternal twins are born.
However, in case of conjoined twins, the single egg does not separate completely after fertilization. The partially separated egg turns into conjoined twins. These twins are identical twins and are of the same sex. In the womb, they share the same amniotic cavity and placenta. Causes Monozygotic or identical twins are born when one single fertilized egg splits and grow into two separate embryos. Generally, the division of the fertilized egg takes place between eight to twelve days after the conception. The embryos thus split, start to deve…

Conjoined Twins

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Conjoined Twins



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Conjoined Twins
Posted in 2015

In simple language, conjoined babies are twins attached together or babies who are physically connected to each other. Conjoined twins or monozygotic twins are partially connected and do not separate from each other. In most twin pregnancies, the embryos separate from two or more babies, but when the embryos do not separate completely and remain physically connected, they develop into conjoined twins. In conjoined twins the embryos are mostly joined at the chest, abdomen or the pelvis, they may share one or more internal organs. The first conjoined twins were Chang and Eng, who were born in Siam in Thailand and since then conjoined twins are also known as Siamese twins.

Types of Conjoined Twins Conjoined twins may be joined at one or more places, and their type depends on where they are joined. They may share body parts or other internal organs. Following are …

How your child will be SUCCESSFUL?

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How your child will be SUCCESSFUL?
Posted in 2014



Every one knows I am Medical Astrologist but no one knows what I am doing? I studied and researched on 1. Marriages : I studied more than 2000 couples whose marriage is not successful viz...some one lost their partner with an Accident or Health Problem or other, whose profession is downfall after marriage, whose health fall after marriage etc...some couple suffers from various financial or health or without children or other....I found the reason that before fixing marriage they have not studied their birth charts whether the match is correct or other and marriage Muhurtha is Wrong.
You might have seen that the elder people bless the couple SHATAMANAM BHAVATHI which means the couple should Live Happily for 100 years but why the couple suffered from above problems.? The answer is as said above. 2. Children - Infertility P…

Choose right food to conceive

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Choose right food to conceive



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Choose right food to conceive
Posted in 2013

Characters of Healthy food
I told U many times that Healthy food gives..Mental power, Physical power, Keeps your body Healthy, Improves Fertility etc...
Every animal is taking Healthy food and possessing above qualities but We are not following due to which we are suffering from various Health Problems and Infertility Problems.
Every one will purchase vehicle two or four wheel by considering Mileage and Life of the vehicle. The manufacturer will give us a manual how to maintain it to run without problems. In that the manufacturer will tell the Maximum Mileage, life if we change the oil as per their manual, keep in certain conditions, Similarly God has created all animals (including us) has to take Air, Water and Healthy food to protect our health and give birth to Healthy child.
I explained you about Air and Water. Now choose food such…

Results of Semen analysis

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Results of Semen analysis



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Results of Semen analysis
Posted in 2013


After your semen sample is collected, your test results should be ready within 24 hours to one week, depending on the laboratory you go to. When a doctor reviews sperm analysis test results, there are many factors to consider. An analysis after vasectomy looks for the presence of sperm, but the analysis to look for fertility issues is much more in depth. Your doctor will take each of the following results into account: Sperm shape A normal result for sperm shapeis that more than 50 percent of sperm are normally shaped. If a man has greater than 50 percent of sperm that are abnormally shaped, this reduces his fertility. A laboratory may identify abnormalities in the sperm’s head, midsection, or tail. It’s also possible the sperm could be immature and therefore not able to effectively fertilize an egg. Movement For a normal result, more tha…

Semen Analysis

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Semen Analysis
Posted in 2013
Semen analysis, also known as a sperm count test, analyzes the health and viability of man's sperm. Semen is the fluid containing sperm (plus other sugar and protein substances) that’s released during ejaculation. A semen analysis measures three major factors of sperm health: the number of spermthe shape of the spermthe movement of the sperm, also known as “sperm motility” Doctors will often conduct two or three separate sperm analyses to get a good idea of sperm’s health. According to the  American Association for clinical Chemistry (AACC), the tests should be conducted at least seven days apart and over the course of two to three months. Sperm counts can vary on a daily basis. Taking an average of the sperm samples can give the most conclusive result.
Why undergo semen analysis? Test for male infertility A semen analysis is often recommended when couples a…

Age and Fertility in woman

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Age and Fertility
Posted in 2013

Fertility starts to decline for women from about the age of 30, dropping down more steeply from the age of 35. As women grow older the likelihood of getting pregnant falls while the likelihood of infertility rises. 
Most women will be able to conceive naturally and give birth to a healthy baby if they get pregnant at 35 years old. After 35 years, the proportion of women who experience infertility, miscarriage or a problem with their baby increases. By the age of 40 only two in five of those who wish to have a baby will be able to do so.
The average age at which women have in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment in the UK is rising. This reflects the increase in infertility due to age. However, the success rates of IVF treatment for women over 40 using their own eggs are low, and have not increased much over the past decade.
From a purely biological perspecti…

Know about reproduction in human..Male

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Know about reproduction in human..Male
Posted in 2013

Reproduction (or making a baby) is a simple and natural experience for most couples. However, for some couples it is very difficult to conceive.
A man’s fertility generally relies on the quantity and quality of his sperm. If the number of sperm a man ejaculates is low or if the sperm are of a poor quality, it will be difficult, and sometimes impossible, for him to cause a pregnancy.
Male infertility is diagnosed when, after testing both partners, reproductive problems have been found in the male.
Known causes of male infertility
Sperm production problems• Chromosomal or genetic causes
• Undescended testes (failure of
the testes to descend at birth)
• Infections
• Torsion (twisting of the testis in scrotum)
• Varicocele (varicose veins of the testes)
• Medicines and chemicals
• Radiation damage
• Unknown causeBlockage of sper…

Menstrual Cycle - Female

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Menstrual Cycle- Female



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Menstrual Cycle
Posted in 2013

This is a biological process that occurs in human females from the time they attain puberty. When a girl child is born, the primary oocytes already occur. When the child reaches puberty, the process of meiosis continues to give rise to the secondary oocyte. This secondary oocyte is released from each ovary alternatively in every alternate month. Each ovary releases this secondary oocyte alternative The fallopian tube picks it up and transports it to the uterus. The surface of the ovary that has released the egg is called the corpus luteum. It releases progesterone. If the egg doesn’t fertilize, the corpus luteum disintegrates after 14 days and the progesterone levels fall. This causes disintegration of the uterine lining which is called menses or the monthly cycle. If fertilization occurs, the corpus luteum stays and no shedding of the uteri…

Process of Fertilization

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Process of Fertilization



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Process of Fertilization
Posted in 2013

The male gametes i.e the sperms are deposited in the female body by the process called as sexual intercourse. Once the sperms are deposited in the vagina, they need to travel upwards to reach the egg that is released from the ovaries and picked up by the fallopian tubes. When the sperm meets the egg, it needs to penetrate through its layers to cause fertilization. Both the Egg and the Sperm fertilize and form the diploid zygote. Each parent provides 23 chromosomes at the initial fertilization. Thus, the zygote contains double the number of chromosomes (46). It is called diploid. Once this happens, zona pellucida from the egg forms a thick layer around the zygote to prevent more than one sperm to fertilize the egg. this zygote now forms into a morula and then into a blastocyst. It then develops chorionic villi from the outer layer of the bla…

Reproduction of Human beings - Female

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Reproduction of Human beings - Female





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Reproduction of Human beings - Female
Posted in 2013

Female Reproductive System The female reproductive system in humans in entirely within the pelvic cavity. It comprises of the following structures: Ovaries: They give rise to the female gamete or the egg. Each ovary releases one egg alternatively each month. Ovulation is the process of release of an egg from either one of the ovaries.Fallopian tubes: Also known as the oviducts, these tubes arise from the ovaries and end at the uterine fundus. Their function is to carry the egg once it is released into the uterus where it can fuse with the male sperm.Uterus: It is a large muscular organ that is present in the pelvic cavity. The uterus is the region of action during the menstrual cycle, fertilization and the development of the fetus.Cervix: Is a circular muscle ring that is present towards the lower end of the uterus …

Reproduction of Human Beings - Male

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Reproduction of Human Beings- Male
Posted in 2013

Reproduction in human beings is by sexual reproduction where both the male and female gametes fertilize to give rise to an embryo. The fertilization of human embryo occurs inside the body of the female. Thus, it is called Internal Fertilization. Human Beings are viviparous organisms who give rise to Embryos directly instead of laying eggs. Let us understand a little more about the male and female reproductive organs and the process of fertilization in them.
Male Reproductive SystemTestes: Male humans have two testes. They are situated in a bag of skin known as the scrotum. Scrotum lies outside the pelvic cavity.Sperm Duct: These are thin ducts that arise from the testes.Prostrate Gland: This gland is an accessory gland in males which pours its secretions into the sperm duct along with the seminal fluid from the testes an…

Vitamin D is essential to your unborn child

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Vitamin D is essential to your unborn child






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Vitamin D is essential to your unborn child
Posted in 2013

Vitamin D deficiency in your Pregnancy may cause Bones Problem to your child
Your body needs vitamin D to maintain proper levels of calcium and phosphorus, which help build your baby's bones and teeth. A vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy can cause growth retardation and skeletal deformities. It may also have an impact on birth weight.
If you're lacking vitamin D during pregnancy, your baby may be short on the vitamin at birth. This can put her at risk for rickets (which can lead to fractures and deformity), abnormal bone growth, and delayed physical development. And the results can be long lasting: Researchers believe that a vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy can affect bone development and immune function from birth through adulthood.
A deficiency of vitamin D has also been linked to a great…