Desire for children - the highly individual status determination #3

GYN & PERINATAL ZURICH > Desire for children - the highly individual status determination #3

Andrea Rinderknecht with Prof. Dr. med. Christian Breymann about the importance of a detailed diagnosis to substantiate infertility. Only when it has been determined exactly which small building blocks of anatomical and hormonal reasons are responsible for the unfulfilled desire to have children in total, can specific fertility treatments or alternative fertilisation methods be discussed.

Prof. Dr. med. Christian Breymann on the variety of methods and possible approaches - from surgical interventions to high-dose mineral or vitamin administration in men and women - to optimise the status of natural fertility.

Desire to have children with celiac disease & gluten intolerance: genetics (HLA-DQ2, HLA-DQ8)

April 5, 2023

Celiac disease is a form of gluten intolerance in which the small intestine is hypersensitive to gluten, a protein found in many grains. Gluten is found in most grains, but not in corn and rice. The intolerance leads to irritation and damage to the...

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Childbearing in coagulation disorders: Genetics (F2 and F5)

April 1, 2023

Congenital clotting disorders can be identified by changes in certain genes that affect blood clotting. These genetic mutations may increase the risk of thrombosis during pregnancy. The most common inherited thrombophilias are factor V Leiden and factor II (prothrombin),...

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Unfulfilled desire to have children and complications in pregnancy. What role does genetics play?

March 1, 2023

A possible cause of an unfulfilled desire to have children or complications during pregnancy can be genetic predispositions, for example for celiac disease, pregnancy cholestasis or a coagulation disorder with a tendency to thrombosis - even if you do not notice any of these, feel healthy and have no family history....

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