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Family planning methods
Family planning aims at allowing families to have the desired number of children and the ideal spacing between pregnancies for each mother. Here you can learn about each different birth control method.
Male sterility due to post-testicular factor
When taking about male sterility due to a post-testicular factor, what is meant are alterations in the spermatozoa once they've been produced in the testicles. They can be caused by problems in the displacement...
Epididymitis or inflammation of the epididymis
Epididymitis is the inflammation of the epididmis, tubular structure that connects the testicle with the vasa deferentia. It’s caused mainly by bacteria and may cause pain in the testicle area.
How to treat ovarian enlargement
There are several home remedies to help reduce ovarian enlargement. However, some of them are not recommended during pregnancy.
Indications for artificial insemination
Artificial insemination is recommended in couples suffering from mild infertility problems or in cases where a cause for infertility is found, while artificial insemination by donor is indicated for single women,...
Indications for AID
Artificial insemination by donor is used in cases of severe male infertility, to help prevent spreading diseases, and also among single or lesbian women desiring to be on motherhood.
Artificial Insemination by Donor (AID)
Artificial insemination by donor is used in cases of severe male infertility, or to prevent hereditary genetic diseases or sexually transmitted infections (STI).
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