infertility


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the state or condition of being unable to reproduce sexually

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Among the patients with infertility, some 40 % is related to men while 40% percent to women and the other 20% are incompatibility of both partners, according to the report announced by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Women born with low birth weight (LBW) or small for gestational age (SGA) seem to suffer an increased risk of infertility due to a female factor," the authors wrote while concluding their study.
Independent from population growth and worldwide declines in the preferred number of children, we found little evidence of changes in infertility over two decades, apart from in the regions of Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia," the researchers said.
As a result infertility issues have become the Cinderella of reproductive health.
Another common cause of male infertility is varicocele, in which the veins wrapped around the spermatic cord are numerous and dilate too much, increasing temperature in the scrotum and reducing fertility.
Previous studies using the Internet technologies have shown promising results about resident education in women's health care for endocrinology and infertility (Letterie et al.
Tubal and uterine problems were reported by about 3,800 women, and 3,700 reported male factor infertility.
The relationship between infertility and cancer met that standard for any cancer, for ovarian cancer, for endometrial cancer, and for breast cancer.
Infertility Network UK has been formed from the merger of two other groups, Child, the national infertility support network, and Issue, the national fertility association.
STIs are the primary preventable causes of infertility.
The National Infertility Support Network, Child, has campaigned for over 10 years for a fairer system of treatment for patients.
The rise of infertility may be due to the increasing use of genetically engineered/modified foods, environmental pollution, poor diet, and hormonal imbalances.
Cultural anthropologists have explored intersections between masculinity and health, men's experiences of fatherhood, and reproductive problems such as infertility.
The treatment of infertility has been expanding rapidly over the past 20 years as advances in reproductive medicine have enabled couples to have children.
What researchers found came as no surprise to top infertility specialists, but might dismay women who have delayed childbearing into their 30s.