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    1. Sperm Swim Better With Carnitine

      March 9, 2005 -- Carnitine supplements help sluggish sperm swim, say Italian researchers. The finding could help men coping with fertility issues -- specifically, those men whose sperm don't move very well. For a sperm to fertilize an egg, the sperm must be mobile and swim to the woman's egg. But sp

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    2. Assisted Reproduction Kids Grow Up Healthy

      Mar. 7, 2005 -- Babies conceived through assisted reproduction, such as in vitro fertilization, are just as likely as babies conceived naturally to grow up healthy, says a new European study. No developmental differences were found between 5-year-olds conceived naturally and those who got their star

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    3. Age Matters for In Vitro Fertilization Success

      Jan. 7, 2005 -- The younger a woman is, the more likely she will be successful giving birth to a child using in vitro fertilization (IVF). CDC researchers found women in their 20s and early 30s had the most success in getting pregnant and having a child using assisted reproductive technologies, such

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    4. 1 in 10 Pregnant Women Drink Alcohol

      Dec. 22, 2004 - More than half of women of childbearing age who are not using birth control and may become pregnant drink alcohol and may be putting their unborn child at risk for fetal alcohol syndrome, according to a new CDC report. In addition, the report shows that about one in 10 pregnant women

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    5. Laptop Computers May Affect Male Fertility

      Dec. 8, 2004 -- Male fertility may be affected by perching laptop computers on the lap, according to a new study. Balancing laptop computers on the lap raises the scrotum's temperature, say researchers including Yefim Sheynkin, MD, FACS, of the urology department at the State University of New York

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    6. IVF Technique Could Reduce Multiple Births

      Dec. 1, 2004 -- Couples struggling with infertility often choose in vitro fertilization to achieve pregnancy. Twins are common with in vitro fertilization (IVF). But new research shows that the risk of multiple births can be decreased without lessening the chances of having a baby. During in vitro f

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    7. Birth Rates Rise for Women Aged 30-44

      Nov. 23, 2004 -- More older and unmarried women became moms in 2003, according to the latest U.S. birth rate statistics. The numbers come from the CDC's new report, "Births: Preliminary Data for 2003," and include virtually all of last year's U.S. births, which were recorded by state vital statistic

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    8. Teens OK With Learning ID of Sperm Donors

      Nov. 10, 2004 -- A new study shows that most teenagers conceived by open-identity sperm donation programs are typically comfortable with their birth origins and plan to contact their biological fathers out of curiosity. The study contradicts popular belief. Most infertility programs that accept sper

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    9. Woman Has Successful Ovary Transplant to Arm

      Nov. 8, 2004 -- It sounds a little like science fiction, but researchers in the Netherlands report that they were able to preserve fertility in a 29-year-old cervical cancer patient by removing her ovary prior to treatment and placing it inside her upper arm. Investigators say the transplantation te

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    10. Sperm Stem Cells May Treat Infertility

      Nov. 4, 2004 -- Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania have successfully grown stem cells that make sperm, which could eventually lead to new treatments for male infertility. Hiroshi Kubota, DVM, PhD, and colleagues report their findings this week in an online edition of the journal Proceedi

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