The imminent arrival of eggs and sperm grown from skin cells makes legislative change imperative, three Ivy League professors argue in the journal Science Translational Medicine. Although at the moment IVG has only been successful in mice, it may only be a matter of time before scientists are able to make an ordinary skin cell revert to a pluripotent cell which can be grown into germ cell. That day is not around the corner.
WHEN it comes to contraception it's women who take most of the responsibility, but that could all be about to change. A new gel that's rubbed into a man's shoulders could be the first form of male contraception available. The gel, which contains a synthetic version of the female sex hormone progesterone and a dose of the male sex hormone testosterone, works by temporarily lowering a man's sperm count.
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But how much of this is true and how much of it is gross old wives' tale? I mean, you should worry. You should definitely worry. In fact, you should probably rethink your life choices if you find yourself in that situation.
This bit of Entiltement News is not a new phenomenon, but illustrates the eugenics core that lies at the heart of facilitated reproduction. From the story. The Beautiful Baby service — which is also available to non-members — was created for people who want to maximize their chances of having good looking children.
While there are numerous birth control options for women, men are largely limited to condoms. This drug, which has so far been administered as an injection, uses hormones to lower the sperm count. A new paper concludes that this method is effective at preventing pregnancies, however, experiments had to be stopped early because of the side effects like depression and other mood disorders.
Mary Wangsness had wanted a puppy from Beau. She allegedly has profited from two sales, but John Wangsness wants ownership of it. Halstead declined to comment on the case.
Hey, guys, yeah all you sperm producing humans out there. Hate to break it to you, but when it comes to different chemicals in our world, your little swimmers might not be as safe as you think. While it's true that you continually are creating new sperm, if you are exposed to some of these nasty things on a regular basis, chances are high that they are affecting both the quality and quantity of your sperm. Even if you aren't planning to have a kid right now, these things could make it harder for you to conceive a kid in the future and research has linked sperm health to overall health.