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Men Born by "ICSI" Fertility Procedure May Struggle to Have Babies
New research shows their may be a difference for babies born naturally versus through a procedure known as ICSI.

Boys conceived through a common type of fertilization procedure may produce less sperm and experience more struggles with fertility than peers born the old fashioned way, a recent study suggests.

Researchers focused on 54 men conceived by what’s known as intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), a technique developed in the 1990s to treat cases when infertility is tied to problems with a man’s sperm.

Compared to a control group of similar men conceived naturally, the ICSI group had much lower average sperm concentration, total sperm count and total motile or active sperm count. ...Read More

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