- British lawmakers have given the OK for three-parent embryos to be created in order to eliminate the passing on of mitochondrial diseases.
- Tech companies trying to boost their benefits to keep committed employees are now offering to cover the costs of egg freezing for female workers.
- A team of researchers have identified a a crucial molecular key to successful embryo implantation, which may offer a clue into a variety of infertility issues.
- Despite plenty of misconceptions about male fertility, there are a few environmental and biological factors that can have an impact on reproduction.
- A young man accidentally received a vasectomy after going into the hospital for a small surgery, and is now facing the possibility of being infertile.
- Dr. Roger Ian Hardy, 55, a reproductive endocrinologist and medical director at the Fertility Centers of New England, has been accused of touching and molesting women while they were under sedation.
- While much is known about human fertilization, scientists only recently discovered the binding proteins that connect egg to sperm.
- Fertility treatments like clomiphene citrate and gonadotropins do not raise a woman's risk of breast cancer, a new study finds.
- In a new study, women with higher levels of alpha-amylase, a biological indicator of stress measured in saliva, were twice as likely to be considered clinically infertile than others.
- Girls born unexpectedly small or with low birth weight may be at greater risk of experiencing fertility problems later in life.
- Seven babies have been born from the embryos saved by a fertility clinic during Hurricane Sandy.
- Improve Male And Female Fertility With Raspberries: 'Superfood' Contains High Levels Of Folate, Vitamin CThe micronutrients in raspberries may improve fertility by promoting sperm and embryo health as well as a healthy body weight, specialists say.
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.