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the state or condition of being unable to reproduce sexually

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Last year almost 6,000 babies were born at the trust with 52% boys and 48% girls Fertility issues affect one couple in six.
The survey, carried out on behalf of fertility monitor OvuSense, questioned 500 women with known fertility issues.
One in six couples in the UAE face fertility issues.
Khloe has been very open about her fertility issues, and I think I was always really kind of quiet about mine.
I may point out the links between smoking and oestrogen levels, then ask a teenager whether they would like me to share something about smoking and fertility issues.
The six-year-old, who had been retired to stud but returned to Ballydoyle after fertility issues, dropped away to finish last of the six runners behind winner Fire Lily.
After retiring to stud at the end of that season, Starspangledbanner returned to training earlier this year after encountering fertility issues as a stallion.
They explain what DSD is and how children are identified, types, diagnosis and testing, gender development, fertility issues, treatment options and their pros and cons, educating children, long-term health, peer support, and challenges and special circumstances such as when a parent or child thinks the child was assigned the wrong gender.
Web-based survey of fertility issues in young women with breast cancer.
THE studies find resonance in the blood group diet propagated by naturopath Peter D' Adamo who claimed eating food based on your blood type guarantees good health, cures disorders and also helps deal with fertility issues.
Emma has trained with many leading acupuncture fertility experts including Zita West and Gerad Kite and works with many patients with fertility issues as well as those with stress, anxiety, depression, pain and many other health problems.
The author presents discussion of symptoms, advice on how to get a diagnosis, lifestyle changes, medications, body image issues, long term health implications, mental health concerns, and fertility issues.
A recent increase in mumps orchitis among pubertal and postpubertal males has raised concerns about fertility issues in men aged 15 to 24 years, according to a review.
There is this misconception that fertility issues are women matters.
Fertility expert Clare Brown says that while it is commonly thought that women are the only sufferers of fertility issues, in around one third of couples who suffer from infertility, iteCOs a male factor that is the issue.