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Chemotherapy can decimate your sperm count, but it doesn't spell the end of parental prospects.
This common condition can affect fertility, but help is available.
Certain healthy lifestyle behaviors can 'energize' your sperm and improve their motility.
With so many nerve endings, proper stimulation creates 'incredible sensations from head to toe.'
The majority of women will experience uterine fibroids at some point. Here’s what to know.
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