DNA fragmentation could be the cause of a high level of infertility, and has been linked to early miscarriages. So what can you do? Dr Gillian Lockwood, Medical Director of Midland Fertility, takes us through it.
Andrew Sanderson tells us about his and Olivia's fertility journey. You will be redirected to Manuava Fertility.
If your manhood is no longer rising to the occasion, medical and psychological reasons could be causing its lack of vitality. But if you still get morning erections or erections for masturbation, it’s likely that you have psychogenic erectile dysfunction. No, this doesn’t mean that you have some deep-seated psychological issue or that you are imagining that your most prized asset doesn’t work. What it does mean is that there [...]
Once sperm reach the relative safety of the Fallopian tubes, their journey to the egg is nearly over. However, success at this stage will rely on precision timing and the abilities of sperm to detect subtle cues and signals from the woman’s body and the egg. Their job is not quite done. It is interesting to think about how many sperm actually get this far. Of the many millions that [...]
For a sperm to fertilise an egg, they have to travel a distance of about 10 or 12 centimetres from the vagina to half way along one of the woman's Fallopian tubes. We have all seen films and cartoons of sperm madly swimming to get there in some kind of race, but is it really like that? For those sperm that are able to get through the thick mucus of [...]