Mom's High Testosterone and Language Delay in Baby

A new research study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, claims male infants exposed to higher than normal levels of testosterone may be at increased risk of language delays. ... read more »

Female Intuition Linked to Testosterone Exposure in the Womb

A recent study indicates a woman’s intuition is based not on estrogen but on testosterone, and the degree of testosterone to which she was exposed in the womb. ... read more »

Infertility Diet for Men: How to Increase Male Fertility

Despite common thinking that the female's diet has the greatest effect on conception, new research is emerging on the importance of the man's diet and lifestyle choices when it comes to trying to conceive. ... read more »

Big Breakfasts Help Lean Women Overcome Reproductive Problems

A new study published in Clinical Science suggests eating a relatively larger breakfast and smaller dinner can have a positive effect on fertility. Proper meal timing could have special benefits for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). ... read more »

Man’s Low Testosterone Levels Could Begin in the Womb

A recent study suggests the level of testosterone his body produces in adulthood may be determined while he's still in the womb. ... read more »

Ring Finger Length and Future Health Problems

For ages, the length of the ring finger has been the topic of medical attention, but ring finger length is mentioned in history far before modern medicine. Culturally, men with longer ring fingers were considered more fertile and thus more sought after as life-long mates. ... read more »

Link Between PCOS and Psychiatric Problems

Between 6 million and 17 million women in the United States between the ages of 18 to 44 are estimated to be affected by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). ... read more »

Bisphenol A and Testicular Cancer

Bisphenol A, a chemical used in the production of plastics, has been on the hot seat for more than a year. The chemical has been banned in Europe as of January 2011. France is following suit with a plan in place to ban Bisphenol A in the food market by July 2015. ... read more »

Male Fertility Changes as You Age

Since the age couples are having children has risen and menopause eventually prevents conception and pregnancy, female fertility is typically the focus of this increase in parental age. ... read more »

I Took Provera And Still Didn't Get My Period

I have no period and did not bleed at all even after taking Provera. What does this mean? ... read more »

Obesity in Men

Obesity is the largest world medical epidemic in the history of western society. More people are living overweight and obese today than ever before and there are a multitude of reasons to account for our up-sizing population. ... read more »

Galactosemia, Cryptorchidism and Low Semen Volume

There appears to be a direct correlation between galactosemia and male infertility, according to researchers from the Department of Clinical Genetics out of Maastricht University Medical Center. ... read more »

The Truth About Male Menopause

Male menopause is gaining quite a lot of media attention. More and more men are opening up to talk about symptoms they are experiencing associated with male menopause, but not everyone is convinced the condition is real. ... read more »

Big Breakfast May Aid Fertility for Some Women

Eating a big breakfast can boost fertility in women with PCOS, according to a new study published in Clinical Science. ... read more »

Testosterone - Total (Serum) During Pregnancy

Testosterone is a hormone generally associated with the differentiation between men and women. Testosterone levels are higher in men than women. ... read more »

5 Most Common Myths about Male Infertility

Infertility among men is more common than you might think. And,while we read and hear an awful lot about female infertility and itscauses and treatments, we don't hear nearly as much about maleinfertility. ... read more »

Sexual Motivation Linked to Estrogen Levels in Women

A new study published in Hormones and Behavior from researchersat the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences in Santa Barbaraclaims elevated estrogen levels could spark increased desire for sexualbehavior ' or that feeling of wanting to get frisky. ... read more »

Does a Woman’s Testosterone Level Affect Egg Development?

We know androgens are vital to a man’s fertility but a new steady says androgens might actually be doing something useful for a woman’s fertility, too. ... read more »

Childhood Behavior and Umbilical Cord Testosterone Levels

Researchers from the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research recently published a study in PLoS One on the potential role of testosterone levels of umbilical cord blood and behavior in boys and girls. ... read more »

3 Important Ovulation Symptoms

Many women look for ovulation symptoms to predict when they are most fertile either to try to get pregnant or to prevent pregnancy. Did you know that the most common physical ovulation symptoms are probably ones you notice, and don’t necessarily correlate with ovulation? ... read more »

Bleeding After Provera

What could be wrong if I am bleeding after Provera? You likely had what is known as 'withdrawal bleeding' after the progesterone challenge test. ... read more »

Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Male Fertility

The amount of testosterone produced by the gonads reduces with age. This is a common side effect of aging. However, some men suffer from low testosterone while still in their reproductive years. ... read more »

Male Hormones: What is Low Testosterone?

Testosterone is the male sex hormone. Both men and women produce testosterone, but men produce much more than women. It is responsible for hair growth, increased muscle mass and metabolism. ... read more »

How to Recognize Low Testosterone Levels

At the age of 30, testosterone levels peak. With each passing year, testosterone levels diminish. For some men, early signs of low testosterone levels cause significant concern. ... read more »

You Are Not the Only One with Raging Pregnancy Hormones

My dad always used to say that his life totally changed the moment he learned he would be a father. He was a rock n’ roller turned teddy bear the moment he held me in his arms, and he was instinctively brilliant at caring for me in tandem with my mom. ... read more »

Your Husband’s Bones are an Important Part of Fertility

I always knew my husband’s health would affect his fertility, just as my health affects my own fertility. However, I never considered that his bone structure and skeleton actually play a role until I stumbled across a very interesting study published by Cell Press. ... read more »

Lifestyle Choices that Reduce Male Fertility

There are hundreds of reasons for male infertility. Some are medical in nature and others are a result of an accident or extreme physical event that occurred early in life. Male fertility can be associated with prescription medications, genetics and age. ... read more »

The Sleep / Testosterone Connection

Testosterone levels are highest, in both men and woman, at night duringREM sleep. So what happens if a men (or woman) has trouble sleeping anddoesn't spend enough time in REM? ... read more »

Does Osteoporosis Affect Men?

Women are not the only ones who suffer from osteoporosis. Men over the age of 50 are at increased risk of low bone mass and osteoporosis. ... read more »

Ovarian Overproduction and Fertility

Fertility can be affected by over producing ovaries. If the testosterone levels are too high, the female will not menstruate, let alone ovulate. ... read more »