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Infertility


For some couples fertility and getting pregnant are as easy as eating cake. For others, the world of reproductive technology becomes the only hope for conception.

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Problems with the sperm themselves are the most common cause of male infertility, although there may also be anatomical problems that affect a man’s ability to ejaculate. The study of male fertility is relatively new compared with female fertility, but doctors now know much more about it and about the role of sperm in particular.

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Infertility in both men and women is a cause of great grief as you realize that there are chances you may never have a child of your own. However, today there are a number of treatments available to treat and cure successfully infertility disorder in both men and women.

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For years, doctors have been pushing to lower the rate of multiple births due to fertility treatment. Not only had two headline-grabbing births occurred in the same week, but several recent scientific papers also revealed mixed results in the eight-year effort to reduce the U.S. multiple-birth rate.

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If you are trying to conceive naturally and find that it isn’t happening quickly you may be feeling a little anxious. Would you be happy if there was a way to lower your anxiety symptoms and increase your fertility? There is - aromatherapy. Aromatherapy is growing more and more popular and for a good reason.

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Women who stop ovulating before reaching the age menopause would normally begin, a condition referred to as “premature ovarian failure,” and want to become pregnant, pretreatment with estrogen before stimulation of the ovaries improves the likelihood of ovulation, according to a report in the journal Fertility and Sterility.

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Thousands of young women are facing infertility because of Labour’s broken promises on sexual health, alarming new figures suggest.

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High-tech treatment for infertilty has become outrageously profitable for Big Pharma. Unfortunately as a society we are marketed to believe that the only real solution comes from hugely invasive, expensive procedures such as IVF. Emotional chaos induced by hormone injections, the unknown longterm health risks of such intervention, and the huge expense are considered worth the price of having a child–because people are unaware of the alternatives, I believe.

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Infertility is the inability to become pregnant after one-year of unprotected intercourse. According to the Hormone Foundation, about 3 million couples in the U.S. are infertile. In 40 percent of cases, the problem is with the woman. (more…)

Fertility treatments are used to treat all types of infertility. In order to get pregnant, there are various answers to various problems, which is why the diagnosis of the cause of infertility can be very beneficial. (more…)

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