Trying to conceive sometimes requires quite a lot of lovemaking. When the path to pregnancy requires a whole lot of sex, lubes come in handy in making the experience as pleasurable as possible. But, not all lubes were created equal, and some of them might actually be the reason why conception is proving difficult.
A study undertaken by the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has shown a link between fertility and mortality in women.
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A National Institutes of Health-funded study of women with no history of infertility has concluded that tests that estimate ovarian reserve do not appear to predict short-term chances of conception.
The path to parenthood is not always a straightforward one. With one-third of all infertility cases being attributed to the malefactor, fertility struggles affect both men and women. TJ Farnsworth shares his journey. From undergoing fertility treatment to fatherhood, the experience led him to his own fertility clinic.
When the path to parenthood proves challenging, finding a solution as to why pregnancy is not happening is not only a women’s issue: a third of all infertility cases are due to the male factor. Dreaming of Baby discusses sperm production with Dr. Mark Payson from CCRM Northern Virginia.
Scientists at Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah and collaborators at the University of Utah Health have undertaken research that provides insight on the complex process that characterizes the development of human sperm stem cells.