Sperm DNA fragmentation is a novel biomarker for early pregnancy loss
Novel use of COMET parameters of sperm DNA damage may increase its utility to diagnose male infertility and predict live births following both IVF and ICSI.
DNA of sperm taken directly from testicles of infertile men is “as good as that of fertile men”, possibly opening way for new treatment.
Novel measures of sperm DNA damage increase its usefulness to diagnose male infertility and predict live births following both IVF and ICSI
Expert reaction to study on cannabis and sperm count
Does Cannabis really improve sperm counts? The data to date
The secret shame of having no sperm
Men who wear boxer shorts have better sperm
The male infertility injustice
Women are being given needless IVF treatment as men’s infertility and ‘plummeting sperm count’ is ignored, experts warn
Men are not getting adequate care for infertility
Expert reaction to an editorial on trends in male fertility