European Fertility Week 2021 was dedicated to male (in)fertility and all issues of male reproductive health.Many of Fertility Europe’s Member Associations also joined the campaign and call to .#ChallengeTheOdds of male (in)fertility.
Aetiology and the diagnostic journey When 41-year-old Stefano began having trouble conceiving with his wife eight years ago, he thought the issues may be related to her, not him. Following a number of unsuccessful attempts, Stefano’s wife Sara decided to undergo specialized hormonal and gynaecological […]
If you’re over age 35 and you don’t yet have children, you’ve probably had at least one interfering person remind you that you’d better hurry up because your fertility will decline. No one ever says that to men, of course. Menopause is like a ticking […]
UP TO 40% OF INFERTILE COUPLES IN EUROPE AFFECTED BY MALE INFERTILITY – IT’S TIME TO CHALLENGE THE ODDS! The first week of November is the European Fertility Week – and this year, for the first time ever, it will be shedding light on male […]
Epidemiology of male infertility. Infertility is largely and unfairly thought to affect women. It is the woman that gets pregnant, or not in some cases, and it is the woman who often undergoes many of the infertility-related treatments. When a couple embarks on the in […]
Re: Urgent call for equal access to fertility treatments across Europe Ms Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European CommissionMr Margaritis Schinas, Vice-President of the European Commission for Promoting or European Way of LifeMs Stella Kyriakides, European Commissioner for Health and Food SafetyMr Jens […]