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Both women and men are affected by the condition Infertility.  For over years that have passed, there is a rapid growth of infertility rate. It has been recorded that in 2002, it already reached 7.3 million. It only shows that infertility cases are not rare. This only shows that this numbers explains that there are lots of couples are now experiencing difficulty in conception. It shows both male and female cases.

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Adam Posted: Monday, December 23, 2013 12:09:53 PM(UTC)
I never gave a second thhogut to male infertility until it was my problem. Once I stopped feeling sorry for myself, I then went and dealt with the problem. It can be successfully treated for some men. I was one of those who was prepared to make the necessary lifestyle, diet and health changes, which worked for me. It however takes a lot of effort and time and above all else a burning desire to become a father
Bebe Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2013 6:21:19 AM(UTC)
I know that 6 weeks ago my FSH was 103. In 2008 my numbers for conception were 8 10 being viril to becoming pregnant. Again I am 54 since late Nov. my fiance is a healthy 47 year old male. What does this look like for us? Would it be better to use an egg from another female younger?
Please get back to me concerning these two questions. thankyu