Fertility News

Fertility refers to the natural capability to produce offspring. As a measure of reproduction, the term is quantified through fertility rates, which are calculated based on the number of children born to an individual or population. Human fertility depends on factors such as nutrition, sexual behavior, culture, instinct, endocrinology, timing, economics, way of life, and emotions. In medicine, the term can refer to the ability to conceive and sustain a pregnancy. Issues with fertility can affect both men and women, and may be influenced by genetics, lifestyle, health conditions, and age. Advances in medical science have led to various fertility treatments and procedures, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) and hormone therapies, which assist individuals and couples in achieving pregnancy. The study and treatment of human reproductive issues are handled within the field of reproductive medicine, which includes both the promotion of fertility and the treatment of infertility.

Why Do Some Men Not Produce Sperm?

Scientists at Stowers Institute collaborate to discover an underlying cause of male infertility. Infertility affects countless couples globally, and in half of these cases, the…