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The Blood Type – Fertility Connection

Let me tell you one special thing. It’s a long time for me, i.e. 10 years, awaiting my first baby to be born. During 1993 up to 2004, we had tried many best efforts in order my wife to pregnant, but no result at all. It was not, until November 2004 when my first boy was born. That was the best time in my life.

In relation to that my own story, I’d love to share with you regarding what Dr. Ann Quasarano, my favorite naturopath, talked about the relation between fertility and your blood type. I believe the following explanation are very useful key for those having problem of infertility.

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The decision to have a baby is a happy one for most couples. But for some, the road to pregnancy can be a bumpy one. According to the CDC, 10% of the total reproductive age population experiences some type of difficulty in conceiving a baby. In our lifetime, science has made incredible gains in reproductive technology, including in vitro fertilization, which assists couples in their dream of having a child.
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Study Links Blood Type and Fertility

This time,  I would like to share with you the latest health study that links blood type and fertility.

In a study presented at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine Conference in Denver, the researchers at Yale and Albert Einstein College of Medicine measured levels of a chemical called follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) in 560 women undergoing fertility treatments and found that those women with type O blood had chemical signs linked to low egg numbers.

The control group had an average age of 35 and those with O blood type were found to have higher levels of FSH – almost twice the levels of women with the blood type A antigen. This is significant as high levels of FSH are thought to be an indicator that a woman’s ovarian egg reserve is diminishing – which can reduce a woman’s chances of conception once a woman reaches her 30s and 40s.

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