Endometriosis is one of the most common gynecological conditions. It’s a chronic disease that causes an abnormal growth of endometrial cells outside of the uterus. The growth of these cells can lead to pain, cramping and infertility.
Infertility comes with devastating social, cultural, emotional and economic consequences for young couples in Africa. Access to assisted reproductive services remains their biggest challenge.
Gone are the days when gonorrhea was associated with dark alleyways and backstreet brothels. Today, it's clear that anyone can become infected — and fast.
Married, but childless - there can be hardly a greater disgrace for women in some Muslim countries. That’s how it is in Niger too: Women are expected to have children.
The western-styled world is losing its sperm. There's no denying it, says a meta-regression analysis comprising studies from New Zealand to the US. But not to worry, say Germany's leading reproductive biologists.
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