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Does Type 1 Diabetes Affect Female Fertility

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Infertility & Diabetes

Diabetics can, and routinely do, get pregnant and give birth to healthy children. Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, however, can still be a major factor in fertility for men or women. There are challenges diabetics face in getting a partner pregnant, becoming pregnant, maintaining a pregnancy and ensuring they give birth to a healthy, full-term baby. Diabetes (Type 1 or Type 2) can harm sperm. Type 2 diabetes can make it far more difficult to become pregnant. There's an increased rate of miscarriage among diabetics in general, and women with Type 1 diabetes are somewhat more likely to have a baby with a birth defect or a child born prematurely. However, all of these challenges can largely be managed by being attentive to and responding to signals from the body. How does diabetes affect male fertility? Men with diabetes have a higher chance of developing sexual and reproductive health problems which can be any or all of the below : Causes erectile dysfunction-by affecting the health of small blood vessels and lowering testosterone levels Lowers sex drive-by lowering testosterone levels Reduces ejaculate volume-by affecting the small nerves that control ejaculation and by lowering testoster Continue reading >>

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    Diabetic husband and fertility

    Hi ladies! I am new to the boards, but have a been a member of WTE since 2009. I have a beautiful DD who is 2.5 years old and we are TTC baby #2. My DH is 35 and a type 1 diabetic and I am 32. We were incredibly lucky the first time TTC and got pregnant within 5 cycles. I had a wonderful pregnancy, delivery and a healthy baby. We have been TTC our second since last October with no luck. I know that it can take up to a year for healthy couples to conceive, but just wondering if anyone is TTC with a diabetic husband, and how long have you been trying? Thanks and baby dust to all!

  2. Eli79

    Hey, I haven't really got an answer for you, but I'm in the same situation as you. I'm 32, my husband is 34 and has type 1 diabetes. We have been TTC #1 just a couple of months now. From my research and from what my doctor has said I know that, fertility can be affected by so many things (diet, general health, genetics, etc. etc.), other than the diabetes status so it's difficult to say. It does apparently help though if his diabetes is quite well controlled and he generally is well. So I think we're in with as much of a chance as anybody else ;-) saying that though, my gyno told me to come and see her, together with my husband if we've had no luck after 6 months... But I'm hopeful! So, here's fxd for us, and baby dust to all of you!! x

  3. Eli79

    Hey, I haven't really got an answer for you, but I'm in the same situation as you. I'm 32, my husband is 34 and has type 1 diabetes. We have been TTC #1 just a couple of months now. From my research and from what my doctor has said I know that, fertility can be affected by so many things (diet, general health, genetics, etc. etc.), other than the diabetes status so it's difficult to say. It does apparently help though if his diabetes is quite well controlled and he generally is well. So I think we're in with as much of a chance as anybody else ;-) saying that though, my gyno told me to come and see her, together with my husband if we've had no luck after 6 months... But I'm hopeful! So, here's fxd for us, and baby dust to all of you!! x

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This week on the LetsGetChecked channel Dr. Rowley is talking about potential female fertility problems. So learn more here. See below for an overview of points covered in this video. For more information please navigate to: https://www.letsgetchecked.com/gb/en/... 0:39 - What increases the risk of fertility problems in women? 1:08 - How does a woman's age affect fertility? 1:28 - How does a woman's weight affect fertility? 1:59 - How does pelvic inflammatory disease affect fertility? 2:28 - How does a woman's lifestyle affect fertility? 3:23 - How does a woman's genetics affect fertility? 4:06 - Who should get tested? Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/letsgetchecked Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/letsgetchecked Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/letsgetchecked

Study Finds Dietary Levels Of Genistein May Adversely Affect Female Fertility

Exposure to the phytoestrogen genistein prior to conception may adversely affect female fertility and pregnancy outcomes, depending on the dosage and duration of exposure, a new study in mice suggests. Chronic preconception exposure to genistein affected pregnancy rates in mice and was associated with prolonged labor, smaller litters and pups, and higher rates of pup mortality, scientists at the University of Illinois report in a paper accepted for publication in the journal Reproductive Toxicology. The findings add to a growing body of research that raises troubling questions about the potential health risks of long-term exposure to plant-based estrogens. Genistein is an isoflavone found in soy foods and dietary supplements, and, like other plant estrogens, may be consumed by women to relieve menopausal conditions such as hot flashes, weight gain and depression. Genistein is among the chemicals that the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences classifies as endocrine disruptors because they can interfere with bodily systems that are controlled by hormones. “This is one of the first studies to look at long-term exposure to genistein in adult populations,” said Jodi A Continue reading >>

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  1. val26

    husband has type 1 - can we get pregnant naturally?

    Hi everyone, I'm new to the site and looking for some insight about getting pregnant. My husband is a type 1, I do NOT have diabetes. He was diagnosed at age 14 (now 28 years old). We recently discussed about trying to start a family, but one of his concerns was that his family physician told him several years ago it would not be possible to conceive naturally. However, his A1c is 7.3 as of last week when he had his labs done (from what I understand, if it is under 8, then he is under control). He does inject his own insulin (I know he uses Novalog or sometimes Humalog and then 22 units of Lantis before bed) and is very good about checking his levels throughout the day and before bed. We just started taking vitamins (prenatal for me and One A Day Mens Health for him) to help get our bodies ready to start trying in the near future. I read somewhere that by taking vitamins, it could improve sperm motility and also increase sperm count, so I figured it couldnt hurt.
    Can anyone please give us some advice on your experiences, I would like an honest answer from people who know first hand rather than reading blogs and articles that may or may not be true from "scientists and doctors". We have not gone to the endocrinologist together to discuss this with her yet, but I have a feeling that will be what most of you will suggest that we do first. I do have alot of faith and being positive that there is hope we can conceive naturally.
    Im just looking to see if it is possible for us that there might be hope to start a family without spending lots of money on IVF treatment. Thanks in advance!
    -val

  2. coravh

    While I don't have any experience, I have never heard of a male T1 not being able to have a family naturally. I would question the doc that told you that. I know of many T1 females who have had perfectly wonderful pregnancies and the kids are fine. Best of luck to you starting your family.
    Cora

  3. furball64801

    Hi and welcome to DD unless he has some issues not related to diabetes he should be able to. The thing is the longer he you wait the chances go down if he experiences ED and that is a side affect for some diabetics. Good control helps and his is not bad but could get a bit better, good luck and keep having faith.

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Diabetes Impact On Fertility And Sex Life

Diabetes has the potential of complicating many aspects of human health. Long standing or poorly controlled diabetes can affect sex life of both the males and females in a bad way. In fact, diabetes is one of the major causes of infertility in males and females. Although it’s embarrassing to talk about sexual problems; but you are not alone in this case. About 70% of the males and 35% of females complain of disturbed sexual life after prolonged and poorly controlled diabetes. Both types of diabetes (type 1 and type 2) can cause such problems. Diabetics are more prone to face sexual problems resulting from neuronal and vascular complications of diabetes. I am surprised why most of the diabetics who face problems with sex life feel shy to discuss their sex life at least with a Doctor,, you should understand you are not the only one who is facing the problem, and if you don't speak about it you may not overcome it. Sexual act is controlled by the brain and it sends signals for erection and ejaculation through nerves. Secondly, adequate blood supply is essential for normal sex and any cause of restricted blood supply will cause problems. Both of these processes are affected by diabet Continue reading >>

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  1. Stewart194

    My wife and I are having trouble in the "baby making" department. LOL. We had no problem with our son 3 years ago, before I was diagnosed with T1 at 35 years old.
    Since being diagnosed we've been through one misscarriage and multiple months of failed attempts at getting pregnant. I can't help but think the problem is being caused by my new condition. Especially since my glucose levels have been higher than normal over the last few months. My last A1C was 7.2. I'm used to seeing A1C's around 6.2. If I had to guess, my current A1C would probably be around 7.5.
    Our real concern is that we just found an online article that says T1 in men can cause DNA mutations in sperm cells, which can cause birth defects, still births, etc, etc. http://natural-fertility-info.com/diabetes-and-fertility-how-diabetes-can-affect-your-fertility.html
    We would really like to have one more baby, but this is a VERY scary realization. I'm going to do more research and talk to my family doctor, endocrinologist, and others....but if anyone has any experience or knowledge in this area it would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks!

  2. dowling gram

    The problem with articles about diabetes is that they lump all diabetics together. I'm no authority but I would not doubt that out of control diabetics sperm would be effected since high blood sugar effects every part of your body. It may also be the reason your wife is not getting pregnant. I also wouldn't doubt that it would also have the same effect on a type 2 with out of control diabetes.
    There are type 1 women here who have had successful pregnancies and births but they have altered their diet to keep their BG low
    You can do something about your high blood glucose. I suggest you get and read Dr. Bernstein's book Diabetes solution. He is a type 1 who is over 80 years old and has had type 1 all his life and has normal blood glucose readings. It may give you the incentive to help yourself as well as a baby.
    http://www.diabetes-book.com/

  3. ant hill

    Hello Stewart ,
    How are you phyisicly? I ask this question as this disease has many factors in having the Sperm fit too. Garlic is a good idea and get fit and gain good control!!!

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