For many couples, infertility can be a struggle. As prospective parents, we will try anything to have a child. A new study is suggesting, however that a specific fertility treatment may lower the sperm count of the future children.
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A study of some of the first children conceived using the ICSI technique suggests that, as adults, they have lower sperm counts than boys conceived naturally
All over the world, the rates of infertility among men are rising. But infertility isn’t the only reason couples struggle to conceive. While the World Health Organization says, any sperm count over 15 million per milliliter of semen...
Tests on young men conceived via intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection show that they have lower sperm quantity and quality that those conceived naturally Boys conceived using an assisted reproductive technique in which sperm is injecte...
The first ever analysis of men conceived though intracytoplasmic sperm injection reveals the procedure may be linked to poorer sperm count and quality.