[ UK /ɪnfɜːtˈɪlɪti/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnfɝˈtɪɫɪˌti/ ]
  1. the state of being unable to produce offspring; in a woman it is an inability to conceive; in a man it is an inability to impregnate
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  • These measures are also recommended in BT Yevamot 65b, where the rabbis point out that a precedent for the practice of divorcing an infertile wife after ten years may be drawn from Genesis 16: 3, since it was only after ten years of living in the land of Canaan that Sarai accepted her infertility and surrogated her servant to bear a child on her behalf. Infertile Wife in Rabbinic Judaism.
  • Some urologists also specialize in the area of male infertility.
  • Infertility is one of the complications of this type of radiotherapy.
  • Getting private treatment for infertility can be very expensive, and there is no guarantee it will be successful.
  • Now it transpires they may be linked to a woman's infertility. The Sun
  • Women with unexplained infertility may also produce healthy eggs which can turn into healthy embryos. The Sun
  • Both also have private practices and perform infertility treatment at the private Assuta Hospital and Herzliya Medical Centre.
  • It's little technical, but basically gives good reasons for why basically all women and men should take some form of fish oil: * An increased prostacyclin/thromboxane ratio induced by omega-3 FA can facilitate pregnancy in women with infertility problems by increasing uterine blood flow. Fish Oil & Fertility
  • Smoking can cause infertility and an early menopause in women, and sperm problems in men.
  • The cause of male infertility according to the medical model of infertility is due to abnormal sperm parameters, azoospermia and antisperm antibodies.
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