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Q: What is a semen analysis?
A: A semen analysis evaluates the seminal characteristics of the ejaculate, in order to assess whether there are any deficiencies that may impair fertilization and subsequent pregnancy. For more information, click here.
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Q: What are the causes of infertility?
A: There are many possible causes of infertility. A single cause may not be linked to either the man or the woman. Often the problem stems from a combination of factors in either or both partners. You and your partner will be diagnosed as a couple to determine the best treatment for you. For more information, click here.
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Q: What are the factors for male infertility?
A: Approximately 15% of all couples have difficulty achieving a pregnancy during their reproductive years. In approximately 50% of these couples, a male factor is involved, either alone or with a coinciding female factor. The spectrum of causes of male infertility is quite variable, as are the appropriate treatments. For more information, click here.
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Q: What is ovulation induction?
A: Ovulation induction involves stimulating the ovary to produce one or more eggs. It may be accomplished with a number of different medications and may be helpful in a wide variety of clinical settings. For more information, click here.
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Q: What is intrauterine insemination?
A: The objective of IUI is to introduce a quantity of sperm into the female partner's uterus, and thereby encourage fertilization. For more information, click here.
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Q: What is assisted reproduction?
A: Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) encompass a wide range of techniques designed primarily to aid couples unable to conceive without medical intervention. For a complete list of procedures, click here.
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Q: Where can I find information about fertility medications?
A: Fertility medications are aimed to promote fecundity. Due to large research and testing efforts, the fertility medications that you or any one from your team will be taking are all extremely safe. Information about some of the available medications can be found here.
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Q: What are polycystic ovaries?
A: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a medical condition in which women experience irregular or absent menstrual bleeding, increased hair growth, and difficulty becoming pregnant. In these women, the ovaries are slightly enlarged and contain multiple small cysts which have led to the descriptive term, polycystic ovaries. For more information, click here.
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Q: Does shipping semen or sperm via other non-certified or properly tested semen shippers other than the BioTranz harm the sperm?
A: Definitely! Do not be fooled by imitations and ship your semen via non-certified or properly tested semen/sperm shippers such as those used to ship animal semen or other biological transporters. Do not take a chance with the health of your future child. Do it right! (See full article)







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