Reviewed by Brunilda
Nazario, MD on
February 20, 2020
American Society for Reproductive Medicine: "Optimizing Natural Fertility," "Age and Fertility," " Weight and Fertility," “Smoking and Infertility.”
New England Journal of Medicine: "Timing of Sexual Intercourse in Relation to Ovulation -- Effects on the Probability of Conception, Survival of the Pregnancy, and Sex of the Baby."
Mayo Clinic: "How to Get Pregnant," "Birth Control Pill FAQ," "Low Sperm Count," "Is there any way to influence a baby's sex?" “Secondary Infertility: Why does it happen?” “Getting Pregnant.”
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: "Fertility Awareness-Based Methods of Family Planning," "Evaluating Infertility."
Reviews in Urology: “Fertility and the Aging Male.”
CDC: National Vital Statistics Reports.
Obstetrics and Gynecology: "Rate of pregnancy after using drospirenone and other progestin-containing oral contraceptives."
Animal Behaviour: "No direct relationship between human female orgasm rate and number of offspring."
News release, Genome Advance of the Month, National Human Genome Research Institute.
Obstetrics and Gynecology: “Iron intake and risk of Ovulatory Infertility.”
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: "Foods That Can Affect Fertility."
Resolve: The National Infertility Association: "How do I know if I have an infertility problem?” “Myths and Facts About Infertility,” “Myth about Secondary Infertility.”
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