infertility


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the state or condition of being unable to reproduce sexually

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He added, "In men, the most common reasons for infertility include alow sperm count and poor motility of the sperm.
Considering that the general statistic for women developing infertility problems in the developed world is around 1 in 8, to 1 in 10 women, the number of Taiwanese women in this study experiencing infertility appears much lower; less than .
The responsibility is about fifty-fifty," reproduction expert for the Health Ministry, Jozef Valky, said back in 2010 about the share of infertility between men and women.
They offer a comprehensive range of infertility treatments for both male and female conditions including specific genetic screening, where applicable, to avoid inherited diseases.
Key players of the female infertility market are Bayer Ag, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co, Church & Dwight Company Inc.
Cab drivers might be willing to chat, but individual Egyptian men rarely disclosed their own infertility problems, even to close family members.
2014) found that 20% of women who suffered from violence were subjected to violence due to infertility; Kaur (2014) found that 7% of women considered infertility a factor contributing to violence.
A public health focus on infertility prevention, detection, and management.
2,3 Various determinants of pregnancy such as the maternal age, aetiology and duration of infertility, endometrial thickness and number of preovulatory follicles have been reported, but the definitive determinants of success and the magnitude to which each factor contributes to positive pregnancy outcomes are still not unequivocal.
To identify lifestyle factors associated with infertility.
We agree that infertility is a very stressful experience for women and it can also be influenced by socio-cultural factors.
As per the stress and coping paradigms of infertility, such stress revolves around many variables like severity of infertility diagnosis, success of fertility treatments, reactions of others, and psychological characteristics of couples (1).
For Those with Empty Arms: A Compassionate Voice for Those Experiencing Infertility