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What is subfertility? (Previoulsy called 'infertility')?

In order to be considered as having an infertility problem a woman must fail to  conceive after a year or more of regular sexual activity around the time of ovulation.



There is so much involved when it comes to the reproduction system that a problem could arise anywhere.  The most commonly seen causes are; blocked fallopian tubes, endometriosis, chlamydia, or even an allergic reaction to their partner's sperm, auto-immune disease.  There are also psychological reasons at play like the fear of responsibility of parenthood, fear of commitment and so on.  




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And they say that Complementary Medicine isn't safe! ADRs and their cost

And they say that Complementary Medicine isn't safe! ADRs and their cost

Adverse Drug reactions - the cost financially and in human
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More exposure to vegetation linked with lower mortality rates in women

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