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Fertility and Infertility


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Fertility and Infertility Treatments

Fertility and Infertility

Male fertility and infertility

Session 69: Factors Influencing Fertility and Infertility Treatment

Regulation of male fertility by CFTR and implications in male infertility

Regulation of male fertility by CFTR and implications in male infertility

Fertility, infertility and the human embryo: ethics, law and practice of human artificial procreation

Infertility, Fertility Drugs, and Ovarian Cancer: A Pooled Analysis of Case-Control Studies

Knowledge about infertility risk factors, fertility myths and illusory benefits of healthy habits in young people

Fertility-related quality of life from two RCT cohorts with infertility: unexplained infertility and polycystic ovary syndrome

Economic consequences of overweight and obesity in infertility: a framework for evaluating the costs and outcomes of fertility care

Sperm membrane protein profiles of fertile and infertile men: identification and characterization of fertility‐associated sperm antigen

The risks of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor use in infertile women: a review of the impact on fertility, pregnancy, neonatal health and beyond

ESHRE guideline: routine psychosocial care in infertility and medically assisted reproduction—a guide for fertility staff

Patients’ attitudes to medical and psychosocial aspects of care in fertility clinics: findings from the Copenhagen Multi‐centre Psychosocial Infertility (COMPI) Research Programme

Sperm pathology: a step beyond descriptive morphology. Origin, characterization and fertility potential of abnormal sperm phenotypes in infertile men

Associates of self-reported fertility status and infertility treatment-seeking in a rural district of Malawi

Investigation of the infertile couple: a basic fertility work-up performed within 12 months of trying to conceive generates costs and complications for no particular benefit

 

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Fertility is a measure of reproduction that can be approached from cross-cultural, biocultural, and evolutionary perspectives to characterize many facets of life in historical populations. Fertility is commonly measured at ...

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