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The sting of a bee can help get a woman pregnant

The sting of a bee can help get a woman pregnant

Egyptian scientists who carried out the research believe that the poison stops a woman’s immune system rejecting the newly transplanted embryo. The team from Ain Shams University, Cairo, injected the women with small doses of the bee sting venom for two weeks before doctors transferred an embryo.

Bee venom may increase IVF success
By David Derbyshire, Science Correspondent in San Antonio
(Filed: 14/10/2003)

Bee sting venom can improve infertile women’s chances of having a test-tube baby, according to a new study.

Preliminary tests on seven women who had failed between three and six attempts to become pregnant with IVF found that it improved the success rate.

Egyptian scientists who carried out the research believe that the poison stops a woman’s immune system rejecting the newly transplanted embryo.

The team from Ain Shams University, Cairo, injected the women with small doses of the bee sting venom for two weeks before doctors transferred an embryo.

Four of the seven women became pregnant. The findings will be presented in San Antonio this week.

A second study, due to be presented today, found that propolis, a natural antibiotic from beehives, can help women made infertile by mild endometriosis to conceive.


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