infertility

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the state or condition of being unable to reproduce sexually

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Health Minister Melanie Johnson said: 'This campaign will raise awareness of the huge benefits that donation can bring to those with fertility problems.
We went along to MFS, where tests showed that we both had fertility problems and that the possibility of us conceiving naturally were very slim.
NEARLY three million British men have fertility problems, figured released today claim.
Dr Lynn Whann said: "Use of drugs will exacerbate fertility problems.
Nice chief executive Sir Andrew Dillon said: "We know fertility problems can have a potentially devastating effect on people's lives, causing significant distress, depression and possibly leading to the breakdown of relationships.
Washington, December 5 ( ANI ): Some fertility problems may arise because men simply have intercourse too frequently, researchers say.
Chlamydia is the most common bacterial sexual infection and, if left untreated, can lead to fertility problems.
But studies give a mixed view of the value of acupuncture in helping with fertility problems.
This now enables us to diagnose and treat patients with fertility problems through to a successful pregnancy.
Good for asthma and eczma and useful for fertility problems.
Prof Murdoch says she has heard of cases where the woman agree to admit to fertility problems in order to protect their husbands or partners.
TENS of thousands of women with fertility problems have been warned they face a further setback in their bid to have a baby.
Through genetic screening coupled with in vitro fertilization (IVF) techniques, which are also used to aid couples with fertility problems, doctors could load the dice such that the couple would be virtually certain to have a healthy child.
ACATENANGO, one of Germany's best sires of recent history, has been pensioned due to fertility problems.
It will form the largest information and support network in the country for those experiencing fertility problems.