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Smoking negatively impacts fertility for men and women. A new study out of the University of Colorado "finds an 80% reduced live birth after fertility treatment if both men and women smoke."

> https://goo.gl/NrCjZT

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DENVER, May 20, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Males who smoke while trying to conceive when their female partner woman has Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) have a harder time getting pregnant, says a recently published study conducted by the University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine practice.
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TXCRH will be hosting a Third Thursday Fertility Series meeting Thursday, June 18th, at 6:30 pm. The event will be held at the Texas Center for Reproductive Health.

Join us at this FREE meeting where you can ask our experts any questions you have about IVF, fertility, and/or cryopreservation.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet our staff without having to set up a first appointment. Please call 214-821-2274, or email info@txcrh.com, to reserve your spots!

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A while back, we told you about our new Instagram page,@TXCRH

Our Instagram page is up and running, and here is the page so far. The parents of a recently born child chose to participate in TXCRH Instagram!  Of course, participating in TXCRH Instagram is optional for patients.

Follow TXCRH on Instagram > http://instagram.com/TXCRH

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A recent study shows that benzophenone (BP), a kind of UV filter found in many sunscreens, includes about 30 chemicals that can lead to male infertility.

> http://goo.gl/2zXY8m

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Avocados make one of the best baby foods. Full of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, fats, and proteins, avocados are often called the "perfect food."  They are known as a "superfood."

> http://goo.gl/A6j3eK

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Fertility and Sleep: How Your Habits Can Affect IVF Treatment | Reproductive Resource Center > http://goo.gl/mjVDiC

Studies show sleep deprivation, and occupations that require shift work, seriously compromise a woman's chances to conceive.  Moderate sleep, 7 to 8 hours, is ideal.  

"The primary link between sleep habits and fertility lies in the circadian rhythm's effect on hormone production . . . Too much or too little sleep has a negative impact on our endocrine system, which is responsible for hormone production." - the study's authors' shared opinion

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Humans have been getting up with the sunrise, and going to bed when it sets, for thousands and thousands of years. Enter the advent of electricity, and the industrial revolution of the mid-nineteenth century, and millennia of healthy human circadian rhythm was turned on its head.
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"8 Surprising facts About Male Infertility" from the article by Kristen Koch 

1) Bikes do not hurt a man's fertility.

2) Saunas and hot tubs are not good for male fertility because of the high temperatures.

3) Men can wear either boxers or briefs, and it will have no impact on their fertility.

4) Men should keep their laptops off of their laps, as high temperatures can negatively impact fertility.

5) Studies have shown cell phones can negatively impact male fertility. Ideally, they should not be kept on a man's belt, or in his pockets if he is trying to conceive. This sounds extreme, but electromagnetic radiation emitted from cell phones negatively impacts male fertility.

6) Age plays a role in male fertility.

7) Stress can have a negative impact on fertility.

8) Weight is a factor in fertility for both men and women. A healthy lifestyle can increase the chances of conceiving.

Find the complete article here > https://goo.gl/jtBwUc

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Male infertility is just as likely to be the reason a couple is having trouble conceiving, even though female infertility gets the most lip service.
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Thanks to all of you who came out to this year's 25th Annual Egg Hunt and Baby Reunion. Here are some photos from the event!

We would love to see your photos from the event, please email them to egghunt@txcrh.com

More photos from the event will be uploaded soon.

It was great to see everyone, see you next year!

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It's 2015, so we have updated our social media offerings at the Texas Center for Reproductive Health.

Follow our all new Instagram page at
> http://instagram.com/TXCRH/

The idea is to share TXCRH baby photos and videos in real time.
This will take some legal work, so hang in there with us.

Find the TXCRH Instagram Facebook App at
> http://bitly.com/InstagramFacebookApp

TXCRH IVF and Fertility Social Media Links:

http://instagram.com/TXCRH/
http://facebook.com/TXCRH/
http://twitter.com/TXCRH/
http://google.com/+TXCRH/

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Can An Extreme Fitness Regimen Lead To A Miscarriage? Yes, VIDEO > http://goo.gl/zdsmUe

To see all of the research articles Dr. Sam Marynick endorses, follow TXCRH on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TXCRH/, or check out the TXCRH Facebook Twitter app at > http://bitly.com/TXCRHFacebookTwitterApp

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A recent study shows endometrial scratching, gently scratching the lining of the womb before IVF, seriously increases the chance of pregnancy.

How a scratch can double IVF success > http://goo.gl/8Hg600 

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Sydney researchers invented a breakthrough technology where incubators used in IVF are fitted with time lapse photography that allows the doctors to determine which embryos have the highest chance of success.  The ultimate goal is to have these images available to online so patients can see the progress of their embryos in real time. > http://goo.gl/APiaqi 

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Researchers have developed a new technology to boost Australia's already high IVF success rate, increasing the embryo’s chance of survival. Ellie Southwood reports.
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Cryobank, Reproductive Endocrinology, Fertility, and IVF specialists
Introduction
The Texas Center for Reproductive Health (TXCRH) takes advantage of the latest techniques in fertility and reproductive medicine to help you realize your goal of becoming a parent.

TXCRH uses the latest state-of-the-art equipment and technology available for in vitro services including a cryobank.

TXCRH IVF success rates have consistently been above the national average.  But high success rates do not always tell the whole story.  

We specialize in reproductive medicine and endocrinology, so we often see the most complicated cases, including couples who have been advised not to undergo or cease treatment by other centers.

Our intensive diagnostics and state of the art treatments are designed to do one thing:  deliver the best outcomes for you.