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Pregnancy and HIV Infection

I got married two years ago. Right now I am in a state of two months pregnant. I consulted a midwife. I’m good condition, but doctors advised me to test for hepatitis B, HIV, and some other tests. I agree, but a bit reluctant to undergo HIV test. I do not feel risky, but my husband did have the use of drugs for one year in high school. Once it is clean and can continue their education in undergraduate engineering.

Frankly, I was afraid that as positive. But after I thought about my back better, I know my status do not care. After discussing with my husband, my husband agreed to the test and a test. The results were very surprising, my husband is also positive and positive.

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Pregnancy Risks in Mature Age


Not a few couples who choose to delay having a baby in a career and more established financially. It is true that pregnancy is necessary to plan, but the pregnancy at the age of maturity are at high risk.

Opportunities pregnant at the age of 35 is lower because the number of eggs is reduced. Liked or not, but every woman born with all the eggs they have and that published each month during menstruation.

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7 Tips to Overcome Nausea, Vomiting and Pregnancy

Nausea and vomiting often occur in early pregnancy. This phenomenon is called “morning sickness” because it feels in the morning until noon. The intensity of the symptoms are more common at the end of the first quarter and completely disappeared in the fifth month. The cause of nausea and vomiting in pregnancy is unknown but probably relates to changes in hormones (progesterone and hCG). Stress, anxiety and stress may also be involved.

Seven of these tips can help you cope with nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy are:

Avoid triggers
Things that can cause nausea including seafood caffeine, orange juice, and a strong odor. Avoid cooking and food preparation if the smell bothers. Ask someone else to cook and prepare food or fast food. Continue reading

Problems with the male sperm

How important sperm functions in the process of pregnancy. Therefore, abnormalities in sperm may lead to disruption of male reproductive function. Most cases occur in men are:

* Number of sperm

The fluid released during ejaculation, the man called semen during intercourse. normal semen volume is 2.5 ml. “The liquid cement is pearl white and unpleasant characteristic odor pH 8.7,” said dr. Bowo. Well, the volume of semen is considered abnormally low if less than 1.5 ml. Cement volume exceeds 5 mL was considered abnormal.
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What is the number of sperm for Pregnant?

The sperm are normal and healthy is an important determinant of pregnancy. In each ejaculation contains 100 million sperm. Of that amount, it only takes one sperm to fertilize an egg.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the man who only has a sperm count below 20 million sperm per milliliter of semen, it is difficult to conceive. Why does it take millions of sperm that can fertilize if only a single cell? This is due to travel from the vagina into the fallopian tubes to meet the egg is very difficult.
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