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Tests showing low egg reserves not linked to infertility
Lab tests showing that women have low reserves of eggs in their ovaries may not necessarily mean they will struggle to get pregnant, a US study suggested.
South Korean male infertility up
Male infertility in South Korea rose dramatically in the past five years due to people getting married late, heavy workloads and stress, a local report said Tuesday.
Flame retardants may hinder infertility treatments
Researchers have linked higher exposure to a type of flame retardant to a greater likelihood that in-vitro fertilization won't work.
Discovery may help unlock infertility in older women
Australian researchers may have found the key to unlocking the mystery of infertility, miscarriage and birth defects in older women over the age of 37.
Treating infertility using MIS methods
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Treating infertility using MIS methods
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Maternal obesity ups infertility risk in daughters
Obesity and poor nutrition in mothers during pregnancy can affect the egg reserves of their female children, which can increase the risk of fertility problems, a study has found.
Iran, top regional hub for treating infertility
By Sadeq Dehqan & Farzam Vanaki
Environmental, lifestyle factors tied to infertility in men
Environmental and lifestyle factors are damaging men's reproductive health and may be playing a large role in decreasing fertility rates in industrialized countries, according to a new study.
First uterus transplant planned
Crossing new frontiers in infertility treatment and organ transplantation, Cleveland Clinic doctors hope to transplant a uterus from a deceased donor into a woman without one.
90% of infertility cases treatable
About 90 percent of Iranian infertile couples can have babies after receiving effective treatments in the county, said the head of Iran Red Crescent's Infertility Treatment Center.
Blocking GnIH could eliminate stress-induced infertility
Scientists from University of California, Berkeley, have discovered that chronic stress activates a hormone that reduces fertility long after the stress has ended, and that blocking this hormone returns female reproductive behavior to normal.
Iran first in regional infertility treatment studies
Iran ranks first in the region in terms of infertility treatment studies, said Iranian Deputy Health Minister Reza Malekzadeh.
Iraqis seek infertility treatment in Iran
The number of Iraqi couples seeking infertility treatment in Iran is on the rise, said the head of Umm-ul-Banin Fertility Center in Dezful, Khuzestan province.
Infertility affects 10% of couples
Close to 5-10 percent of married couples on average encounter problems related to infertility, said head of Research Institute for Endocrine Sciences—affiliated to Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences.

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