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Discussing Infertility.

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Infertility Infertility means where a couple are not able to have children for certain reasons, such as the female might not be able to produce eggs or the male might have a low sperm count/weak sperm. Infertility has been around for several years. Infertility is becoming more and more common each year. ...read more.

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There are also many techniques available and there are loads more on the way. Some couples who can't have babies get emotional, what they don't realise is now there are 13 different ways of having a baby without having sexual intercourse. The person might feel pressure on themselves about not having a baby, when the partners are around other people such as family members of friends that have children they might feel like the odd people out. ...read more.

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They both might feel like it is a punishment from god. Reasons for infertility could be smoking and drinking (alcohol) or drug abuse. They could have other reasons such as illnesses e.g. cancer, prostate ovarian, stress/anxiety. Depression could also cause to infertility problems or a previously fails abortion, blockage of fallopian tubes. The medical technique assists conception is called In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) there are many more medical techniques. If the partners don't want to get any medical treatments they could always ADOPT a child. By Zara Naser Rehman ...read more.

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