Infertility

The Voices Of Women Physicians With Infertility

“I wish I had known how common this is. I would have started sooner.” It is currently estimated that one in four women physicians has infertility (compared to one in eight in the general population). Why do I care? Because I’m one...
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Parenting After Infertility And Loss: You're Allowed To Complain

‘It is 100 percent normal to feel conflicted even if you went to hell and back to become a parent.’
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After Years Of Infertility Heartache, 50-year-old Woman Becomes A Mom For The First Time

They refused to give up — despite a decade of trying — and now these glowing new parents are feeling extra thankful this year. ❤️
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New Insights Into Proteins May Aid Cancer And Infertility Research

Scientists used Argonne's Advanced Photon Source to determine the structure of a protein associated with the BRCA2 gene. This protein is involved in repairing breaks in DNA, and the research could have implications for cancer and infertility studies.
Related topics: Proteins, Cancer, Oncology, Fertility, Medical Research, Genetics, DNA

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Study Reveals A Gene Crucial To Sperm Cell Production

Scientists at Cincinnati Children's appear to have flipped another piece in the underexplored puzzle of male infertility.
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Sexual Assault Tied To Infertility Risk Among Veterans

(MedPage Today) -- Among U.S. military veterans, experiences of sexual violence may be tied to infertility later on in life, according to a retrospective cohort study. In women, 15.5% of those experiencing a sexual assault throughout their life...
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The Emotional Side Of Genetic Testing

An excerpt from All Good Things: A Memoir About Genetic Testing, Infertility and One Woman’s Relentless Search for Happiness. I had permanent black bags under my eyes from not sleeping properly. I never woke up feeling rested. I hit the snooze...
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Posts Spread Dubious Claim About Ivermectin And Male Fertility

SciCheck Digest The Food and Drug Administration says male infertility is not a known side effect of the antiparasitic medication ivermectin. Dubious claims that the drug sterilizes 85% of male users were incorrectly attributed to a questionable...
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'infertile' Neighbors 'harass' New Mom To Hide Her Baby Because It Makes Them Feel Bad

"I was in the living room playing with the baby when he knocked, he asked me to move from the living room because his wife could see me from their balcony."
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Wife Kicks Sil Out For Putting Fake Positive Pregnancy Test In Her Room For Husband To See

Her husband struggles with infertility, plus he'd been away on a month-long trip so he seemed convinced his wife cheated.
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Fauci Insists Covid Jab Doesn't Make Men Infertile — Are You Worried Now?

Anthony Fauci has repeatedly changed his stance on a number of coronavirus issues, from the usefulness of face masks to the origins of the virus itself to the need for coercive measures to increase vaccine uptake among those reluctant to get it.
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Much-cited Study On Ivermectin And Infertility Is Old, Less Than Relevant

Stephen Silver Coronavirus, United States The study was not “new”—it was from 2011. And it took place in Nigeria. And it didn’t exactly meet the FDA’s standards. Ivermectin has had a strange life in the coronavirus era. The antiparasitic...
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Lagging Chromosomes Among Causes Of Infertility

Why do women over 35 have more difficulty getting pregnant? After discovering one of the causes of age-related female infertility, researchers suggest that it will be possible in the future to improve the quality of the eggs of older patients by...
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Researchers Find Lagging Chromosomes To Be Among The Causes Of Infertility

Why do women over 35 have more difficulty getting pregnant? After discovering one of the causes of age-related female infertility, researchers at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) suggest that it will be possible in the...
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Gene Editing Could Render Mosquitos Infertile, Reducing Disease Spread

Mosquitos spread viruses that cause potentially deadly diseases such as Zika, dengue fever and yellow fever. New U.S. Army-funded research uses gene editing to render certain male mosquitoes infertile and slow the spread of these diseases.
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New Study Sheds Light On How An Autoimmune Disorder May Underlie Male Infertility

Investigators have found that the absence of autoimmune regulator (Aire) in mice results in fertility problems similar to those affecting men with autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome type I (APS-1). Aire-dependent central tolerance plays a critical...
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Friend Threatens To ‘drop Out’ As Maid Of Honor After Groom Subtly Mocks Her Infertility

"Immediately, I feel like I've been slapped in the face with a flaming bag of bricks. I'm mad. I'm sad. I'm upset. My heart is pretty much broken."
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Female Surgeons Face Increased Fertility Issues, Pregnancy Complications

MONDAY, Aug. 9, 2021 -- Female surgeons are at increased risk for infertility and pregnancy complications, according to a study published online July 28 in JAMA Surgery. Erika L. Rangel, M.D., from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, and...
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Basic Research Involving Embryos Provides A Solid Basis For Developing Better Infertility Treatments

Researchers are comprehensively surveying the short RNA molecules that regulate genome function during embryonic development. Information gained from human ova and embryos helps to understand problems occurring during pregnancy and develop...
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Environmental Toxins Might Be Making Men Less Fertile

A mounting body of evidence is linking plasticizers, pesticides, heavy metals, and toxic gases to a decades-long drop in sperm count and health. In the U.S., nearly one in eight couples struggles with infertility. Unfortunately, physicians like me...
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