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What is infertility?

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Infertility is the inability to reproduce. In humans, it is the inability to conceive children (or to conceive and carry to term)....Read More

What are the signs of infertility?

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Potential signs of infertility in women include irregular, painful, or lack of menstrual cycles; hormonal issues;  weight gain; changes in sex drive; hair loss; and changes in skin, including heavy acne. In men, potential symptoms include changes in hair growth; loss of sexual desire; swelling, painful, or lumps in the testicles;and erectile and ejaculation issues. Having any of these is not a confirmation of infertility issues, but these symptoms should be immediately discussed with a physician....Read More

What are the most common ways of treating infertility?

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There are several common ways to treat infertility, depending on what is causing it, how long it has been an issue, age, and preferences for treatment. Not all causes can be treated. In men, common treatments include basic lifestyle factors such as changes in health and diet, prescription medication, and sperm retrieval.. In women, treatments include surgery, intrauterine insemination (IUI), and the use of fertility drugs to stimulate ovulation. As with any treatment, options and risks should be discussed with a doctor....Read More