Soya oil to treat
infertility in women
Article page |
Health page |
Fruits and Vegetables
Heroes & Incredible peoples
IVF failures may soon become a thing of the
past, as a new fertility treatment can increase success rates fivefold, say new
A study conducted by Care Fertility, in Nottingham, has found that a soya oil
based substance used for artificial feeding of patients with stomach problems
can boost success rates.
The research involved as many as 100 women who had suffered repeated IVF
failures where the embryo had not implanted in the womb.
Of the group, 50 women were given intravenous infusions of Intralipid, and 46
similar women were not.
Pregnancies were achieved in 50 per cent of women who received Intralipid
compared with less than nine per cent of those who were not given it.
In the women who received Intralipid there were two miscarriages, the equivalent
to per eight per cent compared with seven miscarriages or 64 per cent, in those
not receiving it.
"Every day in my clinic I see women who have endured numerous IVF cycles all
with the same negative outcome and no baby. I also regularly see couples who
have suffered the misery of repeated miscarriage," the Telegraph quoted George
Ndukwe, Medical Director at Care Nottingham, as saying.
"We are devoting our attention to finding answers when nature goes wrong. This
infusion is inexpensive, well tolerated and easy to administer," he said.
The complete findings would be presented at the British Fertility Society
meeting in Dublin.
( Courtesy: ANI /
They note that
infertility is common, affecting almost one out
of six couples, ...
They also point out that
infertility is likely to increase as more women
infertility (the stresses of
infertility can interfere with the release of
hormones that regulate ovulation). B. Psychological
health guide. yoga web sites http://infertility.about.com/health/infertility/library/weekly/aa011900a.htm
postulated reasons related to male
infertility were environmental toxins,"
said Gour. "Further research is required on cell
phones being one of the ...
infertility. Fact: The New Zealand Food Safety
Authority notes on its website, “Endosulfan has
shown no potential to accumulate over ...
lead also develops
infertility and miscarriage. Pregnant women and
young children are particularly vulnerable to lead
exposure,” the report says ...
the years kidney disease can cause problems such as
heart disease, bone disease, arthritis, nerve
infertility, and malnutrition. ...