Have you been dealing with infertility for more than a year and want to become pregnant?

Stanford Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Health and the Reproductive Medicine Network are seeking couples for a research study on the effect of antioxidants on male infertility.  

To be eligible, men need to be at least 18 years old and have had at least one abnormal semen measure within the past six months. Women must be at least 18 years old and no older than 38 with regular menstrual periods. 

Participation requires male partners take a medication for a minimum of 3 months and up to 6 months, and visit the Stanford Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Health location in Sunnyvale, CA. In addition, participants will keep a diary and will undergo a physical exam, blood work, a test to determine if fallopian tubes are open and semen analysis. 

If after 3 months couples have not conceived, female partners will be eligible to receive 3 cycles of Clomid and intrauterine insemination (IUI).  

To learn more about eligibility and what participants will do in the study, call Oshra Sedan at (408) 688-9892 or email and reference the MOXI study. 

The principal investigator for this study is Valerie Baker, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Stanford University.

See the Reproductive Medicine Network's Facebook page for more details about this study.

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