fecundability

fecundability

(fĕ-kŭn″dă-bil′ĭt-ē)
The probability of pregnancy during a single menstrual cycle.

Patient discussion about fecundability

Q. What is the connection between alcoholism & male fertility? If a guy drank heavily for many years, then stayed sober for many years, would his ability to impregnate a woman disappear, or be at all diminished, as a result of his years as a hard-core alcoholic? In other words, would he not have to worry about using any birth control because in his situation it was rendered unnecessary due to the negative effects of long-term drinking? And would such bad effects, if indeed they had kicked in, have been canceled out by a long period of sobriety after the drinking years?

A. i"ve been sober for six years now,drank heavily for 12 years,i now have three kids,so in other words wrap that rascal,lol

Q. Can cystic fibrosis patients have children? My boyfriend has cystic fibrosis, and currently he’s treated with many medications but usually healthy (other than pneumonia from hospitalization from time to time). I heard that men with cystic fibrosis can’t have children - is that true? Is there anything he can do about it?

A. WE ARE A HEALTHY COUPLE BUT MY WIFE NEVER GET PREGNANT IN 20 YEARS OF RELATIONSHIP.
I'M SO SORRY ABOUT MY ENGLISH, I'M LEARNING.

Q. Do women with cystic fibrosis have difficult pregnancy? My wife has cystic fibrosis, and after 3 year of marriage we decided we want a baby. I know that men with cystic fibrosis are usually infertile and can’t have children- is that the case also for women with cystic fibrosis? Is the pregnancy in women with cystic fibrosis more problematic? Is it dangerous?

A. Before you attempt a pregnancy, you should consult her doctor to make sure she can tolerate it, because very severe disease can make the pregnancy dangerous for her. If her disease isn’t so severe, usually there are no special problems.

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Urinary concentrations of phthalate metabolites and bisphenol A and associations with follicular-phase length, luteal-phase length, fecundability, and early pregnancy loss.
Ovarian reserve testing, however, only has been consistently shown to predict ovarian response to stimulation with gonadotropins; these tests might reflect in vitro fertilization (IVF) birth outcomes to a lesser degree, but have not been shown to predict natural fecundability. (2,3) Essentially, ovarian reserve testing provides a partial view of reproductive potential.
11, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Higher levels of perceived stress are associated with slight decreases in fecundability among women but not men, according to a study recently published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
The monthly or cycle-wise probability of conception in couples is known as fecundability (1).
Age is one of the important factor with regard to fecundability, hence investigation must be started at the earliest.
This review aimed to sum up these study results and to assess the relationship between caffeine intake and fertility, fecundability, and conception time.
For the 1,214 women in the study, the association of walking with the ability to become pregnant, known as fecundability, varied significantly by body mass index, the authors report.
To estimate a couple's chances of pregnancy during each menstrual cycle, the researchers used a statistical measure called the fecundability odds ratio (FOR).
To estimate a couples chances of pregnancy during each menstrual cycle, the researchers used a statistical measure called the fecundability odds ratio (FOR).
Secondly, the cycle fecundability in natural cycle is maximum when the intercourse takes place between two days before ovulation, and the day of ovulation (4).
Conventional surgical laparotomies often cause peritubal and perifimbrial adhesions, preserving the tubal mucosal integrity, and so laparoscopic adhesiolysis could successfully improve fecundability in 50% of cases, depending on the severity of tubal damage, associated abnormalities, techniques of laparoscopic surgery, and surgeons' experience [6, 9, 11, 14].
Alcohol intake, even as litde as five drinks per week, was associated with decreased fecundability in healthy women ages 20-35 (Jensen et al.