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What I’m really thinking: the woman trying for a newborn

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th January 2018

The last thing you should say to a woman who is desperately trying to have a baby is, Try not to think about it. Its all we think about Read more: www.theguardian.com

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Turkey’s waning fertility threatens Erdogan’s vision of strength

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th January 2018

The president has been recommending women to have three newborns each, as his divided country faces a very European problem Didem Sen was living in Nisantasi, a wealthy Istanbul neighbourhood mostly inhabited by members of the secular upper-clas, when she was trying to conceive her first child at persons under the age of 40. She […]

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Uterus transplants:’ My sister gave me her womb’

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th January 2018

Lolita Wsterlund is one of the first women in the world to have a uterine transplanting. Now this pioneering surgery is coming to Britain. By Tim Lewis Moments after giving birth, her son has still not been in her arms, Lolita Wsterlund had an urgent fear. Does he have a really big snout? she near […]

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Uterus transplantings:’ My sister gave me her womb’

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th January 2018

Lolita Wsterlund is one of the first women in the world to have a uterine transplanting. Now this pioneering surgery is coming to Britain. By Tim Lewis Moments after giving birth, her son has still not been in her arms, Lolita Wsterlund had an urgent anxiety. Does he have a really big snout? she near […]

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The man who may have secretly fathered 200 children

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th January 2018

When Esther-Louise Heijs son asked if she could trace his genetic parent, she began a battle to find out whether she was deluded by her late physician, Jan Karbaat, who is suspected of fathering up to 200 of his patients children Twenty five years ago, when she was 35, Esther-Louise Heij made two decisions that […]

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What I’m really thinking: the woman trying for a baby

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th January 2018

The last thing you should say to a woman who is desperately trying to have a newborn is, Try not to think about it. Its all we think about Read more: www.theguardian.com

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‘ It tears every part of your life away ‘: the truth about male infertility

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th January 2018

Men are facing a fertility crisis, so why is most practical and emotional support offered to couples struggling to conceive is targeted at women? James and Davina D’Souza met and fell in love in their early 20 s. They got married five years later, and three years afterwards had saved enough to buy a family […]

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‘ It tears every part of your life away ‘: the truth about male infertility

Published in Odd and Fun on 3rd January 2018

Men are facing a fertility crisis, so why is most practical and emotional support offered to couples struggling to conceive is targeted at girls? James and Davina D’Souza met and fell in love in their early 20 s. They got married five years later, and three years afterwards had saved enough to buy a family […]

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‘ It tears every part of your life away ‘: the truth about male infertility

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st January 2018

Men are facing a fertility crisis, so why is most practical and emotional support offered to couples struggling to conceive aimed at women? James and Davina D’Souza met and fell in love in their early 20 s. They got married five years later, and three years afterwards had saved enough to buy a family home […]

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Man can test their sperm count at home with new device Trak

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st January 2018

A male fertility testing system promotes men to share responsibilty for conception by monitoring their reproductive health In the febrile world of health startups, entrepreneurs are racing to quantify every possible bodily and environmental function. And so if we can monitor air quality, sleep and heart rate, why wouldnt we monitor sperm quality as well? […]

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