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Aytu BioScience Demonstrates Expanded Clinical Utility of MiOXSYS™ for Assessing Oxidative Stress as a Marker for Male Infertility with New Study

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., May 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Aytu BioScience, Inc. (OTCQX: AYTU), a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on global commercialization of novel products in the field of urology, today announced new clinical findings that further validate and expand the potential utility of its MiOXSYS System as an advanced tool for assessing oxidative stress in human semen, which is broadly implicated as a major cause of male infertility.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome By Susan Conway, M.D.

Lindsay's Story: Fertility, One of Those Things We Take For Granted

Tablet and Stethoscope Infertility

I feel like fertility is one of those things we all take for granted. We just assume that when we are ready for children that we’ll go off birth control and get pregnant quickly. Unfortunately, our story was a bit more complicated than that.

My husband Travis and I were married in June 2010. We decided to spend a year renovating our house and just enjoying being married before we added children to the mix. I went off birth control in August of 2011 and we started trying to get pregnant.

At first it was fun. I charted my basal body temp, we had lots of sex, and every month I would eagerly await a positive pregnancy test. Months went by and nothing happened. It was around month 9 that I started to worry that there was something wrong. I knew it could take a healthy couple under 35 up to a year to get pregnant, so we pushed forward and continued to try on our own for a few more months..

Alexis' Story: Ectopic Pregnancy and Cardiac Arrest

I was married just 8 months when I found out I was 10 weeks along with an ectopic pregnancy. The embryo still had a heartbeat in my left tube. The surgeon got it out but 2 weeks later, I went into shock and cardiac arrest. What happened is the surgeon didn't get the entire embryo out and my tube never perforated. I had no pulse. No heartbeat. Was found unconscious in my house, alone. I can say I know what it feels like to die. It haunts everyday of my life. Once rushed to ER, they said I had 2 liters of blood in my abdomen from tube not perforating. I needed 2 blood and a plasma transfusion. I had to have my left tube removed and the right one was destroyed from the severe trauma from all the blood in my abdomen...continued  

Dr. Hyacinth Nicole Browne Joins Hudson Valley Fertility

FISHKILL, N.Y., April 28, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hudson Valley Fertility, a leading infertility and reproductive health practice in the Hudson Valley of New York State, is pleased to announce that Dr. Hyacinth Nicole Browne will join the practice. Dr. Browne will see patients at their new office at 380 Route 202 in Somers. The new office will help improve access to reproductive care in Westchester, Putnam and Western Connecticut.

NIAW 2016, Liz' Story: Snowflake Babies

The ghost of a red-haired child

 
Long before we knew we would deal with infertility, my Mom would frequently talk about what she thought our children would look like. She always guessed we'd have a child with red hair because of my fair complexion, the freckles I had as a child, and my husband's strawberry-blonde hair. My mom's sister had red hair, but no one else in our family did, so I was skeptical. But it always stuck in the back of my mind.

One day while I was waiting to catch a flight at the airport, I saw a young husband and wife who each looked uncannily like me and my husband. The wife was holding their baby on her lap but from where I was sitting, I couldn't get a good look at him/her. I thought to myself  "Here is a good test to see what our child will look like!" I got up to casually walk by and check and sure enough this beautiful little newborn had red hair...continued 

Miracles and Memories Pins

Miracles and Memories Pin

Help support the infertility community with the Miracles and Memories Pins. Read about the three colored lapel pin representing all aspects of family-building.

INFERTILITY AND CHANGE: NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS REVISITED

Departure of Ulysses

Are you recognizing the need to make some changes in the process of adapting to the unwanted reality of the fertility challenge?  And are you sick of all of the articles which predict failure to maintain your promise to yourself? 

Intralipid Treatment Vs. IVIg for Reproductive Failure

Intralipid Diagram
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Intralipid diagram 3
Intralipids instead of IVIg

Failure to reproduce is a physically and emotionally challenging ordeal. When reproductive failure is repetitive feelings of shame, of grief and loss and failure are magnified. Before embarking on an effective and successful treatment plan patients need to determine the causes of their inability to conceive and to carry a pregnancy to termThere are many reproductive variables that can delay, interrupt or disrupt a pregnancy.

Reproductive Implantation Failure

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