MALE INFERTILITY

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Worth the Wait?

Worth the Wait? Timing and Reproduction in the 21 st Century by Shweta Nayak MD Much has been written, and more has been said about when the right time is...read more

More Single Men Are Choosing To Start Families On Their Own

It’s not unusual for a single woman to raise a child on her own, but it’s happening more with single men. Just like women, they are hearing their biological clock...read more

20 Things I Couldn't Say to My Fertility Doctor When I Was Her Patient

Dear Fertility Doctor, Here are some things I wish you knew, that I couldn't say when we met three years ago: 1 . I do not actually want to be...read more

Watch This Man Find Out He's Going To Be A Dad After 5 Years Of Infertility!

You can't help but SMILE!!! FIRST TIME FATHER AFTER YEARS OF TRYING-...read more

Artificial Human Sperm And Eggs Could Be A Reality

Researchers at the University of Cambridge released findings suggesting artificial human sperm and eggs could be created. http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/02b37216f7335bda5ca3b8d3d95c9c69.ht...read more

7 lifestyle factors that influence your fertility

Research is showing that the decisions you make about your nutrition, exercise, stress, and environmental toxin exposure can influence your health and fertility. Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/043845_infertility_fertility_reproductive_health.html#ixzz3nKWokGy...read more

A Michigan woman’s Facebook post about procreation is getting a lot of attention online. In Emily Bingham’s post, she wrote “this is just a friendly P.S.A. that people’s reproductive and...read more

Vitamin B may protect fertility from pesticide contamination

The Monsanto Company is responsible for redefining farming, making mainstream agriculture dependent on chemicals -- toxins that sterilize the human population. Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/048337_vitamin_B_fertility_pesticide_contamination.html#ixzz3n8AHNn4...read more

Exercise, dieting found to improve fertility in women with polycystic ovary syndrome

Women who have the hormone disorder polycystic ovary syndrome may be able to improve their fertility through weight loss and exercise, according to the results of a new study. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/299904.ph...read more

10 Brutally Honest Art Projects That Show The Realities Of Infertility

The traveling Art of Infertility exhibit certainly supports that statement. An eclectic, emotional collection of photography, original art pieces, and multimedia projects, the exhibit strives to create infertility awareness and...read more

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