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Fecundity and infertility

William D. Mosher

Fecundity and infertility

United States, 1965-82

by William D. Mosher

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Published by National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service in Hyattsville, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertility, Human -- United States -- Statistics.,
  • Infertility -- United States -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William D. Mosher and William F. Pratt.
    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesNCHS advancedata -- no. 104., DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 85-1250.
    ContributionsPratt, William F., National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17832232M

      fertility (countable and uncountable, plural fertilities) (uncountable) The condition, or the degree, of being fertile. Muckspreading increases the fertility of the soil. The birthrate of a population; the number of live births per people per year. The average number of births per woman within a population. Synonyms. fecundity, fertileness. The monthly fecundity rate in normal couples is %, while the monthly fecundity rate in women with untreated endometriosis and infertility is % (65). In addition to the anatomic causes of infertility mentioned above, there are two other major theories that may explain the decreased monthly fecundity rates seen in women with.


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Fecundity, infertility, and reproductive health in the United States, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William D Mosher; William F Pratt; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.).

Male infertility refers to a male's inability to cause pregnancy in a fertile female. In humans it accounts for 40–50% of infertility. It affects approximately 7% of all men. Male infertility is commonly due to deficiencies in the semen, and semen quality is used as a surrogate measure of male lty: Urology.

Fecundity and infertility in the United States, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William D Mosher; William F.

Fecundity refers to the potential number of children that an average woman is able to give birth to. In other words, fertility is the actual output of reproduction, while fecundity is the. Fecundity, Fertility and The Formation of Human Capital. (, ) who show that infertility is largely unrelated to.

parental characteristics, besides age, concluding that according to. Fecundability is defined as the probability of achieving a pregnancy within one menstrual cycle or the ability to achieve a live birth from one cycle’s exposure to the risk of pregnancy (ESHRE, ).

Compared with other species, the fecundity of the human being is much smaller, and the probability of a woman becoming pregnant in a cycle is. IntroductionPopulation-level data on infertility and impaired fecundity are sparse.

We explored the use of self-reported information provided by reproductive-aged women participating in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Behavioral Ri Cited by: Infertility is synonymous with subfertility.

Other commonly used terms are sterility, an intrinsic inability to conceive; fecundity, the monthly probability of establishing a live birth; and fecundability, the probability of conception during one menstrual cycle.

Multiple definitions of infertility 5 February InWHO joined with the International Committee for Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ICMART) and other partners to develop a Fecundity and infertility book of definitions for infertility and fertility care.

This Glossary included the clinical definition for infertility as. The levels of infertility are illustrated in Figure 2. The measure of infertility used is here is the proportion of women who are childless by the age of 40 to 44 years—or 45 to 49 years—i.e., at the end of their fecund Fecundity and infertility book of life.

Again, the regional averages subsume substantial variation. ARTICLE Incidence of infertility and risk factors of impaired fecundity among newly married couples in a Chinese population Qinqin Meng a,b, Aiguo Ren b,*, Le Zhang b, Jufen Liu b, Zhiwen Li b, Yan Yang c, Rong Li c, Le Ma d a Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Peking University Health Science Center, 38 College Rd, Haidian District, Beijing, China; b.

Award-winning urologist and men’s health pioneer Dr. Paul Turek authors Turek on Men’s Health, named one of Healthline’s top men’s health blogs ( to present) and one of the Top 30 Men’s Health Blogs ().

The Fertility Diet n A book written by a group of Harvard researchers. n Their recommendations are based on information provided to them by 18, women from the Nurse’s Health Study, all with intentions of having a baby.

n The Nurse’s Health Study is a long-term research project that looks at the effects of diet and other. Recommends the Church: "Spouses who still suffer from infertility after exhausting legitimate medical procedures should unite themselves with the Lord's Cross, the source of all spiritual fecundity.

They can give expression to their generosity by adopting abandoned children or performing demanding services for others" (CCC ). Infertility is a term generally used to describe a couple that cannot get pregnant despite having frequent, unprotected sex for at least a year.

Infertility can result from issues associated with either the female or male, or both. In males, issues that may impair fecundity include low sperm count, low sperm motility, and altered sperm morphology.

Infertility and impaired fecundity in the United States, – data from the National Survey of Family Growth. Natl Health Stat Rep. ;(67):1– Cited by: Introduction Population-level data on infertility and impaired fecundity are sparse.

We explored the use of self-reported information provided by reproductive-aged women participating in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS).

An overview of the literature regarding the effect of EDCs on female fecundity and fertility end points such as puberty, menstruation, endometriosis, time to pregnancy, pregnancy loss.

Evaluation of infertility. Infertility is a problem that involves both partners. Diagnostic testing is unnecessary if the couple has not attempted to conceive for at least 1 year, unless the woman is age 35 years or older, or if they have a history of a male factor infertility, endometriosis, a tubal factor, diethylstilbestrol (DES) exposure, pelvic inflammatory disease, or pelvic surgery.

used a Google spreadsheet to record all relevant articles on infertility. We excluded articles if they were considered a book review, news, or letter to the editor. RESULTS: Out of 4, eligible articles from selected women’s health journals for the past 15 years, 54 addressedinfertility as a main topic, which is around 1% of articles.

In general, infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant (conceive) after one year of unprotected sex. Impaired fecundity is a condition related to infertility and refers to women who have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term.

Impaired fecundity rates have been on the rise since The US Census Bureau has noted a reduction in population growth due to an increase in impaired fecundity and infertility.

At the current rate of increase, in just 70 years, nearly 1/3 of the. Infertility in this study was defined as a lack of pregnancy in the 12 months before the survey, despite having had unprotected sex in each of those months with the same husband or cohabitating partner.

Differences in impaired fecundity and infertility related to race, income or education level were not found to be significantly significant. Infertility is a feminist issue. That’s the message of The Seed: Infertility is a Feminist Issue by journalist Alexandra Kimball.

A combination of memoir and social commentary, the book examines Author: Sarah Sahagian. Infertility is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a “disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve clinical pregnancy after 12 months of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse.

1 Women who have not become pregnant after 1 year of regular intercourse without the use of birth control should consider getting an infertility evaluation. 2 Women older than   The current approach is time-consuming, and paradoxically may lead to overtreatment as well as undertreatment.

Recent findings on fecundity and the conception window in humans have important implications for the timing of the investigation of female by: Infertility is one of the most serious social problems facing advanced nations. In general, approximate half of all cases of infertility are caused by factors related to the male partner.

To date, various treatments have been developed for male infertility and are steadily producing results. However, there is no effective treatment for patients with nonobstructive azoospermia, in which there Cited by: "Naturally, there is an age-related decline in fecundity, the decrease usually starting at the age of 32 with a dramatic fall after the age of Spelt differently, the natural monthly fecundity rate which is about 25% between 20 and 30 years of age decreases to below 10% above the age of 35 (primary source).".

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are all fine, too) where the story. ―Infertility is not an inconvenience; it is a disease of the reproductive system that impairs the body's ability to perform the basic function of reproduction.‖ 1.

According to the National Survey of Family Growththe ―Percent of women ages with impaired fecundity is %.‖. Abstract. At present, several of the elements in widespread use in basic infertility testing are in dispute, marked variability exists in the work-up among specialists, and practice patterns are influenced both by modern assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and the Cited by:   The Book | He Remembers the Barren.

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T1 - Evaluation of the infertile female. AU - Hickman, Timothy. AU - Cabrera, Rafael A. AU - McKenzie, Laurie J. AU - Moustafa, Hany F. AU - Rizk, Botros R M B.

PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - INTRODUCTION, Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after Cited by: 1. Couples with unexplained infertility have substantially reduced cycle fecundity rates, % compared to % for normal couples.

Pregnancy rates decrease with increasing maternal age and duration of infertility. Estimates place unexplained infertility at %. Fecundity, fertility and barrenness are three concepts that are interlinked within the discourse on women. barrenness which is a presentation of infertility in women which consequently affects motherhood as a result of It seems, though, that this culture is not restricted to Africa alone.

According to Frederick Engels in his book titled. 22 Female age and fecundity 23 Genetic screening in practice 24 The endometrium and implantation 25 Antiprogestins and the implantation process 26 Prevention of the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome 27 Systemic effects of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: implications for the rationale of treatment What does fertility mean.

fertility is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as The quality of being fertile; productiveness. There is considerable heterogeneity in human fecundity as evidence by varying time-to-pregnancies and a high incidence of pregnancy loss, particularly during the post-conception and implantation sensitive windows.

Behavior is an important aspect of human fecundity as conception requires sexual intercourse timed to ovulation, and loss requires recognition of pregnancy. Presence of antisperm antibodies (ASA) can reduce fecundity in both males and females.

Though the etiology of ASA and their effects on gametes have been studied extensively; its clinical implications on infertility are disputed so : Varuni Tennakoon. Learn chapter 10 your life in christ with free interactive flashcards.

Choose from different sets of chapter 10 your life in christ flashcards on Quizlet. Fecundity is the probability of becoming pregnant in one particular menstrual cycle and is ~20%, depending on the age of the woman.

This entails that the average time to develop pregnancy is ~4 months. Fertility is the capacity to give birth to one live newborn. Increased awareness of infertility and assisted reproduction.35 years,assuming 20% fecundity,but could be as high as 50% if fecundity is estimated at only 5%.

This is in stark contrast to the 4% rate of infertility of women in their 20s. 10 Age-related infertility is commonly perceived as a problem that can be easily resolved by assisted Cited by: 5.Infertility and problems of impaired fecundity have been a concern through ages and is also a significant clinical problem today, which affects 8–12% of couples worldwide.

Of all infertility cases, approximately 40–50% is due to “male factor” infertility and as many as 2% .