UK Fertility News
Study prompts experts to issue guidance for maternity workers about increased risk
Many couples who have used in vitro fertilisation (IVF) to conceive a baby will likely need it again if they want another child – and the odds are better the second time round, according to a study published in the journal Human Reproduction.
By Natalie Parletta
A study by doctors at China’s Shangqiu Municipal Hospital of 38 men hospitalised with the disease found that six of them, or 16%, tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 in their semen.
As a precaution, pregnant women have been told to be particularly strict about avoiding social contact, so they reduce their risk of catching coronavirus. But what do we know about its impact on pregnancy?
The number of transgender teenagers seeking fertility preservation prior to transitioning appears higher in those assigned male at birth.
Appeared in BioNews 1043 20 April 2020
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