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The two new steroids were shown at the annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and were published early online. The researchers said they were worried the findings could lead to more aggressive treatments and even more infertility. (AP) — Health officials say an estimated 2 million U. S. women think they are infertile, likely because they don’t want to get pregnant. Women who seek birth control pills or other treatments to delay pregnancy don’t have to worry about being infertile, but getting pregnant can still be an issue. However, experts say infertility is often a bigger worry than pregnancy for women. Just ask any woman who has gone through pregnancy loss, a miscarriage or a stillborn child. Women may worry about reproductive aging or changes in sexual function. Others see a child on the horizon and worry about a failure to conceive. (AP) — New findings from the World Health Organization report that 11 percent of infertility cases globally are due to age. About a quarter of infertility cases in the U.S. are due to advanced maternal age and nearly a third of the cases globally are due to unknown causes of infertility. These cases with an unidentified cause are the most difficult to treat, said Elke Dombrowski, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. (AP) — Scientists at Yale and North Carolina universities say they have identified a hormone involved in reproductive aging in frogs. The researchers say the work on frogs could eventually tell scientists why the time it takes for women to conceive after starting an infertility treatment is not always the same as the time they need to conceive naturally. The research results appeared in scientific journal Science. The hormone dubbed bZIP H2B or BZIP could be a new target for aiding in fertility in women. This could be accomplished through manipulations in the levels of the hormone. (AP) — A lawsuit over whether a baby born by in vitro fertilization should be considered a person is heading to the Supreme Court. The question of whether Nadya Suleman’s eight babies, all born in California, qualified as adults presents a Texas grandparent adoption case heard recently by the Supreme Court. The court is considering whether the babies deserve special rights after Suleman gave birth to them by C-section and she initially sued the children’s father, whom she divorced. (AP) — Fertility clinics say it will take time to gauge the long term risk of using reproductive cloning.



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