Semen is known to contain hormones and proteins from the male, which could be useful to the mother to strengthen her immune system and improve tolerance. Scientists from Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands tested their theory comparing the pregnancy history and oral sex habits of women. Oral exposure to seminal fluid seems to influence pregnancy outcome in a positive way. The study found that 73 percent of women in the non-miscarriage group regularly gave oral sex and 57 percent of those in the miscarriage group engaged in the sex act frequently.
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How much a mother eats at the time of conception may influence whether she gives birth to a boy or a girl, a new report shows. The study , published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, shows a link between higher energy intake around the time of conception and the birth of sons. The difference is not huge, but it may be enough to help explain the falling birthrate of boys in industrialized countries, including the United States and Britain. However, in vitro fertilization studies show that high levels of glucose encourage the growth of male embryos while inhibiting female embryos. It may be that male embryos are less viable in women who regularly limit food intake, such as skipping breakfast, which is known to depress glucose levels. A low glucose level may be interpreted by the body as indicating poor environmental conditions and low food availability, the researchers said. They provided records of their eating habits before and during the early stages of pregnancy, and researchers analyzed the data based on estimated calorie intake at the time of conception.
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Tests on healthy, young men -- none of whom were infertile -- showed walnuts perked up their sperm considerably. The nuts provide healthful omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins such as folic acid and minerals important for sperm development such as zinc and selenium, Robbins says. There is not a lot that we know to tell men. This was really fun. Rates of women who are opting for preventive mastectomies, such as Angeline Jolie, have increased by an estimated 50 percent in recent years, experts say.
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