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  1. Ejaculation Disorders in Men

    Ejaculation disorders are common sexual problems in men. Find out more.

  2. STDs, Women, and Infertility

    Sexually transmitted diseases may be associated with pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and infertility. Here's what you should know.

  3. Mumps in Men After Puberty

    Symptoms and complications of mumps in men.

  4. Using a Surrogate Mother: What You Need to Know

    WebMD explains what a surrogate is, why some choose to use a surrogate, and what you need to know before you do.

  5. Child-Free Living

    Living child free has its advantages. Read more about the perks of deciding against parenthood.

  6. Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Infertility

    10 important questions to ask your doctor about infertility and reproduction.

  7. Interactive Tool: When Are You Most Fertile? - What does this tool measure?

    Click here to find out when you are most likely to get pregnant.This interactive tool estimates your peak fertility period, also known as your "fertile window." This is when you are most likely to become pregnant.To find your peak fertility period, the tool calculates the day you are most likely to ovulate by using the date of your last menstrual period and the typical length of your menstrual ...

  8. Undescended Testicle: Fertility Problems - Topic Overview

    Men who have or have had an undescended testicle are more likely to have problems with the reproductive system that may cause them to be unable to father a child ( infertility ). Most doctors believe that early diagnosis and treatment for an undescended testicle improves chances for fertility in adulthood. Generally,doctors recommend surgical treatment to place the testicle in the scrotum by ...

  9. Sonohysterogram

    A sonohysterogram uses ultrasound to look at the inside of your uterus. A salt (saline) solution is put in the uterus for a clearer image.Ultrasound images from a sonohysterogram can help find the cause of bleeding or problems with getting pregnant. Unlike a hysterosalpingogram, a sonohysterogram doesn't use X-rays or an iodine dye. The test can be done in a doctor's office, a hospital, or a clinic.

  10. Fertility Tests for Women

    WebMD explains the tests that help diagnose infertility in women.

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