Women undergoing IVF treatment who regularly consume soda and other soft drinks could be reducing their chances of getting pregnant, a report has found.
The study interviewed 524 women having IVF treatment to find out about the food and drink they consumed. The results showed a connection between low-calorie sweeteners, such as saccharin and sucralose, and reduced fertility rates.
In women who use donor eggs to become pregnant through in vitro fertilization (IVF), those who are obese are just as likely to become pregnant as normal weight women, according to a new report.
Experts in diet and metabolism have found that replacing low calorie 'diet' drinks with water can help increase the rate of weight loss in obese women with type 2 diabetes and improve insulin sensitivity
Women who drink five or more cups of coffee a day severely reduce their chance of success from IVF treatment. Indeed, Danish investigators who followed up almost 4000 IVF and ICSI patients described the adverse impact as "comparable...
Taking aspirin during fertility treatment does not increase women's chances of conceiving, according to a new review of the research. Some studies had suggested that aspirin might help women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF), ...