I was just hitting the Oxford journals (as you do while looking for miracle infertility cures ) and i came across some articles that apply to some of your ladies so though i'd share. Apparently our uterus lining goes through a constant process called Angeogenisis which is where new blood vessels are formed rather than using existing ones and there is evidence to suggest that this process is less intense in women who suffer recurrent miscarriages. Apparently baby girls born from ICSI are more prone to pubertal obesity. Apparently girls with lower BMI are much more likely to suffer more severe endometriosis (thats a nice change from blaming the bulge) Apparently folic acid during ttc is very very extremely important. Apparently the chance of a full term male baby reduces with age due to male foetus' being more vulnerable to maternal stresses. Ok, that's your lot!