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To Be or Not to Be - That is the Contraceptive

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What is Conception? Conception, the interaction between a sperm cell and a woman’s egg, is an addition greater than the mere sum of the parts. This is the construction of a unique combined set of genetic information that renders a single individual unlike any other. (With identical twins, triplets, etc., it is a lucky duplication of this, but—still—a unique set of genetic information.) With an average of 60 million sperm competing for the one egg, there is only one in a 60-million chance that any one of them will be part of a real human being 281 days later. It’s a lottery win, and it’s a sobering thought that really puts the important things in life into perspective when someone cuts you off in traffic. Is contraception the same as abortion? No. The controversy over abortion is because this stops what follows after conception, which is a process already started. Whether the initial fusion of genes or when the fetus can survive outside the womb ...

Why Men Must Use Clomid

clomid for men
As a men, coming to terms that you are infertile isn’t easy. All through, you believed you were fertile and even blamed your spouse since you thought she deliberately refused to give you an offspring. After the diagnosis of infertility, you felt your whole word was shattered into pieces to the point of getting to depression. But you know what, there is light at the end of the tunnel. You aren’t alone, day in day out men deal with infertility issues and eventually manages to have a child with the right treatment. Male fertility is determined mainly by the quality and quality of sperm. Clomid is used to treat infertility in men. But what is Clomid? Read along and you will understand what it is.   What is Clomid for Men?   It is a medication that raises production of follicle stimulating  hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). LH leads to high levels of testosterone, and FSH increases your sperm count. If you have extremely low le ...

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