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New Vision for Male Birth
Control: Don't Let Sperm Swim
Oct 25, 2016 8:03 AM CDT
New Vision for Male Birth Control: Don't Let Sperm Swim
Control over sperm motility could help infertile men, too
- Male fertility comes down to one thing in many cases: sperm motility. If they're not good swimmers, fertility can be an issue, reports the Independent . But researchers at the University of Wolverhampton in the UK are reporting (though not yet in a peer-reviewed scientific journal) that they may have...
Boys Conceived via
May Inherit Dad's
Oct 6, 2016 8:37 AM CDT
Boys Conceived via Fertility Treatment May Inherit Dad's Poor Sperm
The findings are no reason for prospective parents to avoid ICSI, scientists say
- Men conceived using a common fertility treatment appear to pass lower-than-average fertility onto their sons, reports
New Scientist .
Researchers found that the first generation of male babies conceived via a technique called intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection had lower sperm counts when they reached adulthood. ICSI injects sperm directly into an egg...
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