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How Much Sexuality Should You Have If You Want To Get Pregnant?

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th September 2017

The announcement that sex leads to pregnancy is ten thousand-year-old news, but Indiana University scientists have given it a new spin by corroborating the suspicion that sexuality throughout the menstrual cycle increases the chance of conception. Besides helping those struggling to conceive, the findings could have implications for wider understanding of the immune system. “It’s […]

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At-home sperm health selfies are on the rise

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

There seems to be a trend bubbling up for better tech to test a guys sperm in the privacy of his own home. A Harvard-designed sperm motility app attained headlines last week with a cheap, at-home exam, and now YO, a sperm selfie app and FD-Aapproved device, has just started shipping. Weird-moving sperm contributes to […]

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Modern Fertility is offering a comprehensive fertility test for women who hope to be mamas someday

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th September 2017

There are a number of ways to find out more about your fertility these days including from several at-home fertility test startups that have started to pop up in the last few years.Modern Fertility hopes to soon operate in much the same way, but with a more affordable alternative for testing 10 key hormones related […]

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Scientists Just Captured Something Extraordinary At The Moment Of Fertilization

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th September 2017

Sparks actually do fly when the sorcery passes. At the exact moment a sperm penetrates an egg, the latter releases billions of zinc atoms from its surface which spark off. Employing fluorescent microscopy, these sparks emit a sun, which can then be filmed. The discovery that human eggs cells undergo this process could lead to […]

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Meet Ava, the wearable that helps girls get pregnant

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th September 2017

The Ava fertility wearable .Image: ava The next round of wearables is good for more than tracking your steps. Ava, a fertility wearable that helps couples conceive, created $9.7 million in a Series A round this week. The round was led by Polytech Ventures, a European VC firm. The FD-Aapproved medical device tracks measurings like […]

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You can now swipe for sperm donors on a Tinder-like app

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th September 2017

Swiping might be synonymous with sex and dating thanks to Tinder and Bumble. But now, thanks to an innovative new app, there’s a new reason to swipe. SEE ALSO: Sperm donors wanted: UK government seeks to address dearth The UK just got its first ever sperm donor app, which allows women to browse from their […]

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Discovery Of Sperm “Booster Switch” Could Lead To New Unisex Contraceptive

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th August 2017

Sperm cells, as it turns out, can become hyperactive. A new examine published in the periodical Science has revealed that a specific enzyme on their tails responds to the female sexuality hormone progesterone, activating a power kick that boosts their swimming speed. The body creates various hormones( or chemical messengers) all the time for different […]

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Biem is the first virtual sex health service

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th July 2017

Talking about sexual health builds folks squeamish. While sexuality and dating have, for the most part, been taken care of by technology there isnt much talk of sexual health online. Until Biem. Biem is an app and service that stimulates it easy to talk to a sex healthcare representative and get exams taken. It also […]

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Human can now test their sperm counting use a smartphone app

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th July 2017

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Do your genes choose when you lose your virginity?

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th July 2017

( CNN) How old were you when you lost your virginity? Or perhaps you haven’t reached that phase yet. Either way, whether you’re 16 or 40 when you decide to have sex for the first time, you may think the choice comes down to your partner, the person or persons around you and the environment […]

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