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Infertility

Mar 1, 2015 Issue
Evaluation and Treatment of Infertility [Article]

Review the initial evaluation process for men and women, followed by treatment options based on the underlying cause. Key components include a semen analysis in men and assessment for possible ovulation disorders and tubal obstruction in women.


Mar 15, 2007 Issue
Infertility [Article]

Infertility is defined as failure to achieve pregnancy during one year of frequent, unprotected intercourse. Evaluation generally begins after 12 months, but it can be initiated earlier if infertility is suspected based on history or if the female partner is older than 35 years. Major causes of infe...


Jan 1, 2006 Issue
IVF Therapy for Unexplained Infertility [Cochrane for Clinicians]

Although IVF is used routinely for the treatment of unexplained infertility, there is limited evidence to show that it is more effective than expectant management, and there is insufficient evidence to recommend it as an alternative to other therapies such as clomiphene citrate (Serophene), intraute...


Feb 1, 2005 Issue
Assissted Reproductive Technology Statistics [Practice Guidelines]


May 15, 2003 Issue
Evaluation of the Subfertile Man [Article]

Infertility affects 15 percent of couples, and 50 percent of male infertility is potentially correctable. Evaluation of the subfertile man requires a complete medical history, physical examination, and laboratory studies. The main purpose of the male evaluation is to identify and treat correctable c...


Mar 1, 2003 Issue
Do I Get to Decide Who Should Have a Baby? [Curbside Consultation]

In this case scenario, the patient believes that having her boyfriend's child will solve her problems, and she wants to continue the ovulation induction therapy. The physician should consider the effects on the unborn child's future, as well as the future of the mother and, therefore, should withhold this therapy.


Jun 15, 2002 Issue
AUA and ASRM Produce Recommendations for Male Infertility [Practice Guidelines]

The American Urological Association, Inc. (AUA) and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) have collaborated to produce recommendations intended to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility.



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