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Alcohol should be avoided for Healthy fertility

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Alcohol should be avoided for Healthy fertility




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Alcohol should be avoided for Healthy fertility
Posted in 2013

Study results are clear, alcoholic beverages should be avoided while trying to conceive. If you already struggle with fertility issues and you are wondering if consuming alcoholic beverages is contributing to your troubles, it may be time to quit. It is also time to quit if you know you have a drinking problem. If you drink regularly, especially more than 5 drinks or more a week, quitting can be very difficult and will require help from family, friends and possibly your health care practitioner, or counselor. Quitting alcohol is going to increase your fertility overall, as well as your long-term health. For women, quitting prior to trying to conceive will help you to avoid alcohol during pregnancy, where the risks of negative impact on the health of your pregnancy and baby go up. Men who desired…

Studies on Alcohol and Fertility

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Studies on Alcohol and Fertility
Posted in 2013

Women and men should avoid consuming alcohol while trying to conceive.Women who consume more than 5 alcoholic beverages a week take longer to get pregnant.Women who drink 5 or less alcoholic beverages a week have lowered fertility.Infertile women who seek medical care for their fertility issues, have been shown to have a significantly higher alcohol intake than women who become pregnant naturally.Men who regularly consume alcohol have lower sperm motility and concentration, as well as lowered chance of fertilization.Alcohol depresses the adrenal glands and slows the release of hormones produced by the adrenal glands. This may directly impair egg health and libido.In men with poor sperm quality, excessive alcohol consumption was associated with decreased number of normal sperm.Alcoholic beverages contain a lot of sugar. Excess…

The effects of Alcohol on Fertility

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The effects of Alcohol on Fertility




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The effects of Alcohol on Fertility
Posted in 2013

The effects of alcohol on fertility are greater than you may think. Even moderate alcohol consumption may lower fertility. Alcoholic beverage consumption is well accepted in most countries world wide. As infertility rates increase, we have to wonder if regular alcohol consumption may contribute to this problem. We all know that heavy drinkers have a greater risk for all sorts of health problems, but what if you drink 5 or less alcoholic beverages a week? Research shows, even women who consumed 5 drinks or less a week each, had lowered fertility. The good news is that moderate alcohol consumption did not affect the length of time it took the couples to get pregnant. Those couples who drank more than 5 alcoholic beverages a week took longer to conceive. One study performed over a 3 year period, with 430 couples ranging f…

Second hand smoke causes Cancer

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Second hand smoke causes Cancer


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Second hand smoke causes Cancer
Posted in 2014

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. National Toxicology Program, the U.S. Surgeon General, and the International Agency for Research on Cancer have all classified secondhand smoke as a known human carcinogen (a cancer-causing agent) . Inhaling secondhand smoke causes lung cancer in nonsmoking adults. Approximately 3,000 lung cancer deaths occur each year among adult nonsmokers in the United States as a result of exposure to secondhand smoke . The U.S. Surgeon General estimates that living with a smoker increases a nonsmoker’s chances of developing lung cancer by 20 to 30 percent. Some research also suggests that secondhand smoke may increase the risk of breast cancer, nasal sinus cavity cancer, and  cancer in adults and the risk of leukemialymphoma, and brain tumors in children. Additional research is needed t…

Second hand smoke contain harmful chemicals

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Second hand smoke contain harmful chemicals
Posted in 2014
Among the more than 7,000 chemicals that have been identified in secondhand tobacco smoke, at least 250 are known to be harmful, for example, hydrogen cyanide, carbon monoxide, and ammonia. At least 69 of the toxic chemicals in secondhand tobacco smoke cause cancer . These include the following: ArsenicBenzeneBeryllium (a toxic metal)1,3–Butadiene (a hazardous gas)CadmiumChromium (a metallic element)Ethylene oxideNickel (a metallic element)Polonium-210 (a radioactive chemical element)Vinyl chloride Other toxic chemicals in secondhand smoke are suspected to cause cancer, including: Formaldehyde

Second hand smoke

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Second hand smoke
Posted in 2014

Secondhand smoke (also called environmental tobacco smoke, involuntary smoke, and passive smoke) is the combination of “side stream” smoke (the smoke given off by a burning tobacco product) and “mainstream” smoke (the smoke exhaled by a smoker) .
People can be exposed to secondhand smoke in homes, cars, the workplace, and public places, such as bars, restaurants, and recreational settings. In the United States, the source of most secondhand smoke is from cigarettes, followed by pipes, cigars, and other tobacco products. The amount of smoke created by a tobacco product depends on the amount of tobacco available for burning. The amount of secondhand smoke emitted by smoking one large cigar is similar to that emitted by smoking an entire pack of cigarettes. My advise 1...  As possible as you can avoid staying away from smokers in public places
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Second hand smoke is also dangerous to your Child

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Second hand smoke is also dangerous to your Child




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Second hand smoke is also dangerous to your Child
Posted in 2014

Children exposed to secondhand smoke in the home are more likely than children in smoke-free homes to develop behavior and learning problems, according to new research. These include learning disabilities, attention deficit, hyperactivity disorders and behavior and conduct disorders. Worse, the problems often come in twos or more. "We found that children who are exposed to secondhand smoke in the home have a 50% increased odds of having two or three of these common neurobehavioral disorders," says researcher Hillel Alpert, ScM, at the Harvard School of Public Health. The study is published in the journal Pediatrics. My advise 1...   Your child should not be attached or away when any body is smoking
2...   Second hand smoke may create many health problems

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Smoking is harmful to your child

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Smoking is harmful to your child
Posted in 2014
How Cigarettes May Harm Developing Babies Cigarette smoke contains about 4,000 chemicals. Researchers don't fully understand how that toxic mixture may cause birth defects. But they have some suspicions. Part of the problem may be that the baby isn't getting enough oxygen when mom smokes. Nicotine, the addictive substance in cigarettes, causes blood vessels to constrict, which may choke off the supply of oxygen to the fetus. And carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless gas that's present in high levels in cigarette smoke, binds more strongly to hemoglobin -- the molecule that ferries oxygen through the blood -- than oxygen itself, lowering the amount available to the baby. "It personally absolute stuns me that some people still smoke during pregnancy," Hackshaw says. Studies show 14% of women in the U.S. …

Smoking is the cause of Birth defects

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Smoking is the cause of Birth defects



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Smoking is the cause of Birth defects
Posted in 2013

Experts have long suspected that  smoking cigarettes was unhealthy for mother and baby. Indeed, cigarette labels already include the federally mandated warning that "smoking during pregnancy can harm your baby."
For the review, researchers culled 50 years of research on smoking and birth defects, narrowing their focus to just 172 studies. They extracted data from those studies and pooled the numbers to create a big-picture look at birth defects related to cigarette smoking. Babies born to mothers who smoked had roughly 20% to 30% higher odds of having shortened or missing arms and legs, cleft lips and cleft palates, and abnormally shaped heads or faces compared to babies born to nonsmoking mothers. "These defects last a lifetime," says study researcher Allan Hackshaw, deputy director of the Unive…

Microchimerism exists

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Microchimerism exists



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Microchimerism exists
Posted on 29th June 2018

Knowing how the fetal cells get into the mother's tissues is one thing. But why so many manage to stick around still raises questions. "We don't know why the ones that stay, stay," Boddy said. But the fact that they do stay suggests that there could be an adaptive explanation for it. Perhaps "these fetal cells might be beneficial, or at least not so harmful," to the mother, she said. One hypothesis that answers the question of why the cells stick around is "that they can maybe even benefit the [baby]; that they can help the mother provide resources to the [baby] after birth," she said. The idea is that perhaps the cells could hijack and increase levels of maternal hormones for important post-birth processes including lactation, Boddy said. (She and her team are currently researching these hypotheses…

Journey from fetus to Mother

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Journey from fetus to Mother


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Journey from fetus to Mother
Posted on 29th June 2018

It's not surprising that cells can be easily exchanged between mother and fetus, said Amy Boddy, a biologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara. That's because humans have one of the most invasive placenta types among mammals — one that rearranges arteries so that there is direct blood flow between the mother and the fetus. This cell exchange starts about six weeks into a pregnancy and continues for the duration, Boddy told Live Science. Studies have found that these fetal cells can essentially travel to anywhere in the body. In a 2015 study, researchers found cells that contained Y chromosomes in the brains, hearts, kidneys, lungs, spleens and livers of 26 women who died within one month after pregnancy (all were carrying male babies). The fact that they c…

Mother's body will keep some of baby's cells after birth

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Mother's body will keep some of baby's cells after birth
Posted on 29th June 2018

Having a child changes a woman. It turns her into a mother … but also into a kind of chimera. This transformation doesn't result in a part-lion, part-goat fire-breathing monster of Greek mythology. But it does result in another type of chimera — one defined by the presence of cells in the body that come from at least two organisms. That's because the mother may live the rest of her life with cells in her body that are not her own, but her baby's. During pregnancy, some of the fetus's cells leave the womb, traveling through the placenta and into the mother's bloodstream, where they end up in various parts of her body.  This phenomenon, later coined as "fetal microchimerism," was first discovered in the late 19th century by…

Why my child born week?

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Why my child born week?
Posted in 2014

Pregnant woman has to take 1. Healthy food 2. Water and 3. Air (oxygen) as required to Mother'body and unborn child's body. If lack of any will give Defective Births.
In this case I found all above are lacking. I will explain U 1. Mother"s food is insufficient to the Baby ... the Bone structure, body, blood ...all parts are not developed before birth 2. Water plays important role to circulate the Blood and 3. Air plays an important role to expand the unborn child's body.



My advise
1...  I advise every couples to fill their bodies needed nutrients to conceive
2...  Mother should supply nutrients to her child till delivery
3...  The requirement of nutrients to your child increased daily
4..   The mother should supply Oxygen, water and healthy food to the child as needed.

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