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Infertile Men Are More Likely To Die Young

Infertile men with two or more abnormalities in their semen were more than twice as likely to die much younger than normal men. Dr Michael Eisenberg, assistant professor of urology at Stanford University has recently published his finding. 
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Research Warns Some Lubricants Could Block Conception

Some lubes might be hostile to sperms. Johnson & Johnson recalled K-Y Tingling Jelly and K-Y Sensitive Jelly from retail outlets last year after finding the lubricants required additional data for U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval.
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Beating the Impossible: A man with a reconstructed penis fathers a child

This man who had a messy circumcision operation back when he was a small boy made medical history as the first ever man to conceive a child with a reconstructed penis.
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Carbs Equal Poor Semen Quality

I eat a lot of carbs. I mean a lot. After speaking with my doctor, he advised me to reduce my intake of breads and fatty chips, and after reading this article, I may want to take his advise.
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French Produce Less Sperm

I was born and raised in France, and when I was 15, I came to the United States. After I read this study, I felt a bit worried that my countrymen produced less spring. My girlfriend, a native French woman too, may not be too happy with this outcome.
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Hair Loss Cures and Their Hidden Virsus

I was considering popular drug-treatment options for my hair loss. What I found were a slew of negative side effects—including infertility and cancer.
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Wi-FI Testicle Burner

Nowadays, every laptop contains a Wi-Fi signal to connect to the Internet.
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Ashwagandha is known as Indian Ginseng

Met an Indian dude few months ago. He told me that Chinese got Panax Ginseng and we Indian have Ashwagandha. That's why both countries produced lots babies and overcrowd the world. Well, that's not really fun..
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70% of Infertility In Men Caused by STI's

A consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at the University of Ilorin, Prof. Abdulgafar Jimoh, says 70 per cent of infertility in men is caused by post Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI). He also blamed the life style of some young women for their inability to ovulate, fertilise and procreate.
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Infertility a Growing Problem

Over the last 20 years the rate of infertility in Canadian couples with a female partner age 18-29 has risen from five per cent in 1984 to 13.7 per cent in 2009-10. Some experts blame the infertility rate on women waiting to start a family until they are in their 30s or 40s.
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