Human infertility and the techniques used to solve the problem.

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Human infertility and the techniques used to solve the problems. "Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive pregnancy after a year of unprotected sexual relation or the inability to carry a pregnancy to term." Introduction Why do people desperately want to have children? There are many various reasons such as social/family pressure, an intensive desire to have their own genetic children and so on. This desire could turn into a depression among couple …

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