6 Myths about fertility

The continuation of life is a natural instinct for any organism. This is probably why you hear so many myths about fertility.  Some of these are rooted in scientific facts, while others are quite ridiculous. The myths about both male and female fertility are very common and may cause undue concern and problems. Here are the top 6 fertility myths debunked: You cannot get pregnant after the age of 35 As menopause approaches, infertility does decline because the female is born with all the ...
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Common causes of infertility in women

Infertility can be defined as a medical condition that is characterized by the inability to conceive even after one year of trying. The process of conception involves the release of an egg from the ovary and fertilization of this egg by a sperm. You need to have open fallopian tubes through which the sperm will swim to meet the egg and fertilize it. The fertilized egg will then travel through the fallopian tube to implant in the uterus. A problem in any of these steps can cause infertility. S...
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Common causes of male infertility

Male infertility could be the result of many conditions and often the only symptom is the inability to conceive a child. The following aspects of male fertility are important: Your sperm should be healthy. This means that at least one of your testicles must be functioning normally and the levels of the hormones in your body must be normal. The passage of your sperms into the semen should be free from obstructions Your sperm count should be normal which is at least > 15 million sper...
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