- Fertility window that isn't properly regulated in some women may be associated with increased risk of miscarriage that these women face.
- A new study from Denmark shows that saturated fat can lead to lower sperm count.
- Scientists say that the more brothers a man has, the greater his baby-making potential, after discovering a link between the swimming speed of a man's sperm with the number of male siblings in his family.
- Children born after fertility treatments are more likely to have asthma than children who were conceived naturally
- Researchers may have just found a way to stop the biological clock on eggs - and the process is surprisingly simple.
- Exposure to chemical compounds may be the reason that some couples aren't able to achieve pregnancy, says a new study from NIH.
- A couple struggling for months to have a baby were shocked when doctors told them that their laptop was to blame.
- Men who exercise regularly don't just stay healthy and reduce risk of diabetes and stroke, but also improve their sperms in terms of quality and quantity.
- Young men eating as few as three slices of cheese a day could be putting their fertility at risk, a study by Harvard researchers claims.
- As modern-day technology continues to treat infertility, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine has issued new guidelines declaring that egg freezing should no longer be considered experimental.
- Researchers found that cocaine may affect mothers differently than it does other women which could lead to better, more effective treatment for addiction.
- The team of Japanese scientists that successfully produced normal baby mice using sperm made from stem cells has now successfully produced baby mice from eggs made from egg stem cells in a breakthrough that, if successfully replicated in humans, could someday relieve worries women have about their biological clocks.
Infertility primarily refers to the biological inability of a person to contribute to conception. Infertility may also refer to the state of a woman who is unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. There are many biological causes of infertility, some which may be bypassed with medical intervention.