The Connection of Bacteria and Its Role in Disease Including Fertility

The Connection of Bacteria and Its Role in Disease Including Fertility

The connection of gut bacteria and its role in disease including fertility are being explored. Billions of bacteria live confined to the gastrointestinal tract – the human gut. Bacteria live in colonies – small cities within geographically-poised locations sharing specific responsibilities.  The small intestine bacteria are different than the large intestine bacteria. They share responsibilities […]

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Bacteria Can Be A Factor In Infertility

bacteria cells and unexplained infertility

Globally, approximately 10% of reproductive-age women are afflicted with infertility. There are multiple factors (and sometimes in combination) at play: endocrine (the signals coordinating), uterine (the temporary home), the fallopian tubes (the highway and meeting place for egg and sperm), and the eggs and sperm themselves. Bacteria can be a factor in infertility. Tubal factor […]

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