Natural fertility is the fertility that exists without birth control. The control is the number of children birthed to the parents and is modified as the number of children reaches the maximum. There is evidence that there is little birth control is used in non-European countries. Natural fertility tends to decrease as a society modernizes. Women in a pre-modernized society typically have given birth to a large number of children by the time they are 50 years old, while women in post-modernized society only bear a small number by the same age. However, during modernization natural fertility rises, before family planning is practiced. Historical populations have traditionally honored the idea of natural fertility by displaying fertility symbols. Natural fertility is a concept developed by the French historical demographer Louis Henry to refer to the level of fertility that would prevail in a population that makes no conscious effort to limit, regulate, or control fertility, so that fertility ...
Downloadable! In this paper we analyze the distribution of fertility rates across the world using parametric mixture models. We demonstrate the existence of twin peaks and the division of the worlds countries in two distinct components: a high-fertility regime and a low fertility regime. Whereas the significance of twin peaks vanishes over time, the two fertility regimes continue to exists over the whole observation period. In 1950 about two thirds of the worlds countries belonged to the high-fertility regime and the rest constituted the low-fertility regime. By the year 2005 this picture has reversed. Within both the low- and the high-fertility regime the average fertility rate declined, with a larger absolute decline within the high-fertility regime. Visually, the two peaks moved closer together. For the low fertility-group we find both beta- and sigma- convergence but we cannot establish any convergence pattern for the high fertility regime. Overall our findings are difficult to reconcile with the
TY - JOUR. T1 - Contextual Understanding of Lower Fertility Among U.S. Women in Professional Occupations. AU - Shreffler, Karina M.. PY - 2017/1/1. Y1 - 2017/1/1. N2 - Despite decades of research indicating that employed women in the United States have fewer children than other women, it remains unclear what it is about work, beyond work hours, that constrains fertility. The current study links a sample of 1,800 women of childbearing age who are employed at least part-time from the National Survey of Fertility Barriers with the Department of Labors Occupational Information Network to examine how characteristics of womens jobs are associated with their fertility intentions and behaviors. Results indicate that women who work in more professional jobs (e.g., occupations with greater prestige, autonomy, complexity, and supervisory characteristics) are more likely to postpone childbearing than women employed in jobs with lower scores on professional characteristics. Women in more professional jobs ...
Total fertility rate in South Korea is the lowest in the world. A fertility rate below replacement fertility level will result in serious social problems in the long term. Therefore, it is worthwhile to study a general understanding about the low fertility rate phenomenon and to investigate the effectiveness of fertility policies in order to ameliorate the resulting social problems due to the low fertility rate. This research was a descriptive examination into the low fertility rate phenomenon and an investigation of the needs for fertility potties and their effectiveness. The study subjects were consisted of 769 unmarried people aged from 18 to 40 years old. Data were collected from June to August 2004 and were analyzed by frequencies, mean, and standard deviation. The following results were revealed. First, unmarried people in general had positive perspectives about getting marriaged, giving birth, and being a parent. In addition, the primary cause of low fertility rate was economical ...
This study investigated the relationships among parities and variance components in each parity for female fertility traits in Chinese Holsteins. In addition, the present study estimated genetic and phenotypic correlations between heifer traits and between cow traits. The results obtained from the present study will be useful for genetic evaluations in dairy cattle breeding programs, particularly for developing a routine genetic evaluation system for female fertility traits in Chinese Holstein population.. The average performances of fertility traits in the present study were similar to those of other populations in general [6, 12, 22]. It was also observed that all the fertility performances of heifers were better than those of cows, consistent with previous studies [23]. The differences in the reproductive physiology between maiden heifers and cows could be caused by first calving and the negative energy balance resulting from high milk yield [13]. In addition, the larger amount of censored ...
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Study Purpose: The surprisingly deep drop in Italian birth rates to among the lowest in the world (total fertility rate of 1.3 or below) has dramatically challenged existing social science theory by appearing to contradict population experts predictions of where such very low "below replacement" fertility would emerge. This interdisciplinary research project, known as "ELFI" (Explaining Low Fertility in Italy), has made considerable inroads into understanding the puzzle of "lowest-low" Italian fertility, reevaluating theories of reproduction and human behavior more generally. Through the use of innovative methodologies, an international team of collaborators from anthropology, sociology, and demography has produced key findings using both statistical, quantitative methods and extensive ethnographic, qualitative methods. Study Design: Four Italian cities were studied ethnographically by trained anthropologists. In each, both a working-class and a middle-class neighborhood were identified, and ...
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Adult men with autoimmune conditions are commonly prescribed anti-tumor necrosis factor (anti-TNF) agents; however, there is a paucity of quality evidence as to their effect on male fertility (e.g. semen parameters and sperm quality). Our objective was to determine if men with autoimmune conditions are being counseled regarding the unknown reproductive effects of anti-TNF agents prior to initiation of therapy. A retrospective analysis of 1010 male patients age 18-45 who were prescribed an anti-TNF agent were assessed for (1) receipt of counseling regarding potential reproductive effects; (2) screening for anatomic or laboratory abnormalities associated with infertility; (3) election for sperm cryopreservation. Only 10.3% of men received counseling, and this was not associated with age (p = 0.77). Those who received counseling were significantly more likely to have a genitourinary exam performed, be assessed for presence of a varicocele, be asked about or endorse low libido or erectile dysfunction, have
Obesity: The obesity epidemic has recently become is a serious issue, particularly in industrialized nations. The rising number of obese individuals may be due in part to an energy-rich diet as well as insufficient physical exercise. In addition to other potential health risks, obesity can have a significant impact on male and female fertility. BMI (body mass index) may be a significant factor in fertility, as an increase in BMI in the male by as little as three units can be associated with infertility. Several studies have demonstrated that an increase in BMI is correlated with a decrease in sperm concentration, a decrease in motility and an increase DNA damage in sperm. A relationship also exists between obesity and erectile dysfunction (ED). ED may be the consequence of the conversion of androgens to estradiol. The enzyme aromatase is responsible for this conversion, and is found primarily in adipose tissue. As the amount of adipose tissue increases, there is more aromatase available to ...
The aim of the current study were two fold; Firstly to establish the mechanism and timing of occurrence of fertility parameters associated with the onset of puberty and to investigate the effects, mechanisms and mode of action of restricted energy intake on growth rate, and age at puberty. Secondly, to study the effects of mating at different intervals post-partum on early fertility parameters and to identify the fertility parameters affected by early remating in three breeds of rabbits - the Local Cameroonian, the Californian and the New Zealand. The effects of two energy levels of intake on the onset of puberty were investigated. The results showed that restricted energy intake had no effect on mating behaviour but that, a critical level of oestradiol 17? was necessary to render the pituitary sensitive to GnRH following mating. It also revealed that the effects of nutrition on fertility parameters at puberty were mediated through the body weights achieved. Both a critical concentration of ...
To the Editors:. In sub-Saharan Africa, stable heterosexual HIV-1 serodiscordant couples (ie, one member is HIV-1 infected and the other uninfected) account for a substantial proportion of new infections and are a priority population for novel prevention interventions.1 Serodiscordant couples frequently have high pregnancy incidence and intentionally risk HIV-1 transmission to conceive.2,3 Earlier antiretroviral therapy (ART) initiation (ie, at CD4 counts ,350 cells/μL) substantially reduces the risk of HIV-1 transmission within HIV-1 serodiscordant couples.4 Early ART may reduce periconception HIV-1 transmission risk due to decreased HIV-1 viral load and infectiousness.5,6 We investigated fertility intentions and interest in early ART for HIV-1 prevention among East African HIV-1-infected individuals in serodiscordant partnerships.. Between July and December 2011, we conducted a cross-sectional study among Kenyan and Ugandan heterosexual HIV-1 serodiscordant couples participating in the ...
A life cycle model of fertility based on the quantity-quality model of fertility successfully explains changes in completed fertility in a period in which completed fertility first fell and then rose. This model furthermore accurately predicts the timing and level of the subsequent peak in completed fertility. Regressions based on Easterlins relative economic status theory of fertility are less successful in predicting fertility over a fifteen year period than regressions based on the quantity-quality model. Upon investigation, much of the increase in completed fertility associated with the baby boom appears to be primarily attributable to sporadic wage growth. ...
Background: Literature is limited on the effects of high prevalence HIV on fertility in the absence of treatment, and the effects of the introduction of sustained access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) on fertility. We summarize fertility patterns in rural northeast South Africa over 21 years during dynamic social and epidemiological change. Methods: We use data for females aged 15-49 from the Agincourt health and socio-demographic surveillance system (1993-2013). We use discrete time event history analysis to summarize patterns in the probability of any birth. Results: Overall fertility declined in 2001-2003, increased in 2004-2011, and then declined in 2012-2013. South Africans showed a similar pattern. Mozambicans showed a different pattern, with strong declines prior to 2003 before stalling during 2004-2007, and then continued fertility decline afterwards. There was an inverse gradient between fertility levels and household socioeconomic status. The gradient did not vary by time or ...
When weighing the options, the pros and cons of intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF) will, of course, be explored fully in discussion with your physician. In general terms, you can expect IUI to be a simpler process, less invasive, and lower cost. Some fertility specialists recommend attempting one or more cycles of artificial insemination before moving to IVF but this does not apply to everyone. For example, for an older woman, to try artificial insemination first may take up valuable time and the recommendation could well be to move straight to IVF. But before you can compare the two treatments, you need to know what exactly you could expect from IVF. ...
Downloadable (with restrictions)! This study applies count data estimation techniques to investigate the fertility adjustment of immigrants in the destination country. Data on completed fertility are taken from the 1996 wave of the German Socioeconomic Panel (GSOEP). While the economic literature stresses the role of prices and incomes as determinants of fertility, the demographic literature discusses whether assimilation or disruption effects dominate immigrants fertility after migration. We find evidence in favor of the assimilation model according to which immigrant fertility converges to native levels over time. In addition, we confirm the negative impact of female human capital on fertility outcomes.
Analyzes the correlates of fertility levels in societies and childbearing among individuals and couples. Examines classical theories of fertility change at the societal level and contemporary critiques of these theories. Also examines the determinants of fertility at the individual level, with an emphasis on differences in the timing first birth and total family size by social class and ethnicity in developed and developing countries.
Schoen et al. (1999). 1. In what ways does Schoen et al.s study move ahead from prior research? How do their findings contradict those from previous studies?. 2. Schoen et al. state that it is important to distinguish the "additional information effect" and "mediation effect" of fertility intention. Why? What is the implication for this distinction?. 3. Does "fertility intention" have the same meaning as "fertility desire"?. 4. Schoen et al. summarized that fertility intention could be mediated by some variables (e.g. spouses intention, lifecycle factors and reproduction related changes), of which the individual has various degree of control. However, how can we understand the mediating factors that are out of an individuals control? (for example, one-child policy.). 5. According to Schoen et al.s regression results on married and unmarried persons, educational level is significant for unmarried persons, but loses its significance for married persons. How can we interpret this result?. 6. ...
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The study confirmed the UNAIDS assumptions of higher fertility for women 15-19 years old and lower fertility for women older than 20 years old for HIV-positive women in 20 national population-based surveys. The result also indicated that sexually active women with HIV infection had a lower fertility across all age groups compared with women who were sexually active but who were not infected with HIV. However, the analyses suggested that the previous assumptions, which set the ASFR ratio to 1.5 for 15-19 years and 0.7 for the remaining age groups,3 15 could be improved. We recommended an updated fertility adjustment, 1.2, 0.76, 0.71, 0.65, 0.59, 0.53 and 0.47, for each 5-year age bracket from 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44 and 45-49 years old, respectively. In addition, we proposed that the ASFR ratio in the 15-19-year-old age group should be adjusted based on the proportion of sexually active women in that age group if country-specific information is available.. One major concern of ...
The impact of persistent organochlorine pollutants (POPs)[4], of which PCBs and DDT are two, on human fertility is still unknown and there are limited and contradictory findings so far as to whether PCBs and DDT/DDE damage human sperm. This study, which is part of a wide-ranging project known as INUENDO[5], set out also to see whether these two POPs damage sperm by altering its chromatin integrity. (Chromatin is the DNA and associated proteins that make up a chromosome ...
August 26, 2011. By Patricia Nicholson. A new study of cancer survivors suggests that chemotherapy may affect womens fertility, even if their periods return after treatment. Many women undergoing chemotherapy experience amenorrhea, meaning that their periods stop during treatment. In most cases, their periods return within one year, especially in younger women. However, some women experience permanent ovarian failure. A study of more than 600 cancer survivors found that even among those whose periods returned, women who had undergone chemotherapy were at increased risk for infertility and early menopause.. Researchers at the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine surveyed 620 women who were diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 18 and 40. All of the women had been treated with chemotherapy alone (not with pelvic radiation, pelvic surgery or bone marrow transplants that may affect fertility). The women were treated for either Hodgkins disease, non-Hodgkins lymphoma, ...
Kold Jensen, Tina , and Niels Henrik I Hjollund. "Does moderate alcohol consumption affect fertility? Follow up study among couples planning first pregnancy." British Medical Journal 317.7157 (1998): 505-510. Print.. Top of Form. Bottom of Form. "Reproductive Health: Smoking Affects Fertility in Women." Centers for Disease Control. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 July 2011. www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/sgr/2010/highlight_sheets/pdfs/overview_reproductive.pdf. "Why caffeine can reduce fertility in women." Science Daily: News & Articles in Science, Health, Environment & Technology. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 July 2011. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110523121142.htm. "BBC NEWS , Health , Coffee worsens poor fertility." BBC News - Home. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 July 2011. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7494249.stm ...
Abstract. Infertility is an important aspect of human and animal reproduction and still presents with much etiological ambiguity. As fifty percent of infertility is related to the male partner, molecular investigations on sperm and seminal plasma can lead to new knowledge on male infertility. Several comparisons between fertile and infertile human and other species sperm proteome have shown the existence of potential fertility markers. These proteins have been categorized into energy related, structural and other functional proteins which play a major role in sperm motility, capacitation and sperm-oocyte binding. The data from these studies show the impact of sperm proteome studies on identifying different valuable markers for fertility screening. In this article, we review recent development in unraveling sperm fertility related proteins.. Keywords: proteomics, sperm, fertility, protein, infertility. ...
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The total of the answers to the questions relating to living children, present and absent, provides the total number of children born and surviving; adding the reported numbers of children dead gives the total number of children ever born to the woman. When summing these individual answers, care must be taken not to treat error or missing value codes as legitimate responses. For example, if a missing value is coded as 9, the process of deriving measures of the total children ever born, surviving and dead must make sure to exclude these codes.. It is not uncommon for the total number of children ever born to be truncated at some relatively high number (e.g. 11+). When this is the case, the only plausible assumption is that women in that category have had the lower bounds number of children. The resulting errors are generally small, except in the case of extremely high fertility and, even then, only at the oldest ages.. In evaluating the quality of data on lifetime fertility, the analyst should ...
By definition, Azoospermia means that a man does not have a measurable amount of sperm in his ejaculate. The condition is typically diagnosed when a patient and their partner are experiencing difficulty conceiving and seek testing and diagnosis from a fertility specialist. A semen analysis will be performed in order to determine the number of viable sperm found in the male patients ejaculate. If virtually no sperm is found, your doctor may suggest additional testing as necessary2 (Jarow et al. 2011. AUA). This testing can include a semen analysis at a fertility laboratory such as The Fertility Center of California (FCC), the partner laboratory of The Male Fertility Specialists. A fertility lab, like FCC, with a technique called high speed centrifugation (HSC), a few sperm can often be found that may have been missed by testing in some of the larger, less-specialized laboratories or by "at-home" sperm count tests. Indeed, HSC can find sperm in approximately 15% of specimens initially thought to ...
85 George E. Mann PROGESTERONE AND FERTILITY George E. Mann1 ABSTRACT Fertility in the modern dairy cow is currently low and appears to be declining. Poor fertility is due to a number of factors, one of which is inadequate progesterone secretion by the mother during early pregnancy. While the reasons for poor progesterone secretion are still to be fully elucidated a number of factors have been implicated. Treatment with progesterone can yield improvements in pregnancy rate but it is important to ensure that treatment is administered at an appropriate time and targeted at those cows that actually need it. INTRODUCTION In the wild ancestors of the modern dairy cow fertility is high, with first service pregnancy rates approaching 90% leading to most cows calving within an 8 week period. Despite continued efforts to improve fertility, these figures represent little more than a dream to the modern dairy farmer. Poor fertility is a major problem and in many countries is approaching a level where ...
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Overviews are of three types: (1) those that describe or project the long-term trends and/or differences in fertility (and/or population growth more generally) (e.g., Cohen 2003, Lutz and Samir 2010), (2) overviews of the possible factors affecting fertility, either focusing on proximate causes (e.g., Davis and Blake 1956, Bongaarts 1978, Bongaarts and Potter 1983) or more distal/fundamental causes (Livi Bacci 2012), and (3) overviews of available data and measurement strategies (Preston, et al. 2001). Global population increased dramatically during the past few centuries (roughly tenfold from 1700 to 2000) and doubled in the last four decades (Cohen 2003). This population increase is the result of more rapid declines in mortality than in fertility. The 2010 global population of 7 billion is projected to peak at 8 to 10 billion in the later part of the 21st century (Bongaarts and Bulatao 2000) as global fertility approximates replacement levels. Populations experience fertility transitions from ...
Fertility levels can tell us a lot but by no means everything. Especially, the net migration rate is an important input to the full comprehension of the overall population dynamics in the individual countries. Moreover, the way fertility is treated above also does not take into account to cohort perspective. As such, it is important task to divide the fertility levels into more specific periods to really get a full picture. For example the periods 1970-80, 1980-1990, and 1990-2004 reveal notable differences in average fertility levels and as such y-o-y fluctuations in fertility rates are not very useful in themselves. I have begun the calculations on these periods in the .excel document linked to above. In the end however I hope that you have found this useful anyways and pleaes do feel free to use the data and graphs fore further study. More specifically I recommend you to download the .excel file and have a look at the data set. You never know when a paper comes along which demands the use of ...
It is well documented that fertility declines with aging - for both male and female partners. The primary reason for this is that as men and women age, they produce fewer high quality gametes (sperm in men, eggs in women). While processes vary between men and women, the end result is the same.. At birth, the ovaries contain all the eggs a woman will ever have. By the onset of puberty, this number has already dropped into the 100,000s. For most women, this means there are plenty of eggs to last from menarche to menopause. For other women, those with low ovarian reserve or premature ovarian failure, supply is limited and fertility declines much sooner. While there is no standard age that a womans fertility begins to diminish, population research has revealed that, as a whole, female fertility begins to decline sharply around the age of 35. By age 40, a womans chance of conceiving within one year is roughly half that of what it was when she was in her late 20s. With every year after 40, the ...
Research suggests that cannabis exposure may affect DNA-bound proteins, sperm chromatin and have an impact on fertility, embryo development and offspring health.. In a research report appearing in the April 2016 issue of The FASEB Journal, scientists show that a cannabinoid receptor, called "CB2," helps regulate the creation of sperm. Not only does this provide more evidence that marijuana can disrupt fertility in males, but it also suggests a therapeutic strategy for treating male infertility.. "The possibility to improve male fertility is one of the main focuses of this study, since infertility is a worldwide problem that affect up to 15% of couples in which male factors account for almost 20-70%," said Paola Grimaldi, Ph.D., a researcher involved in the work from the Department of Biomedicine and Prevention, School of Medicine at the University of Rome Tor Vergata in Rome, Italy.. - Read the entire article at Science Daily.. ...
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Fertility Fest, the worlds first arts festival dedicated to the science of making babies and modern families, is now in its third year. This years edition runs from 23 April - 12 May at Londons Barbican with satellite festivals taking place at The Fertility Show and ESHRE Vienna - the biggest fertility patient and industry events in the world.. The festival was founded by author and fertility campaigner Jessica Hepburn (The Pursuit of Motherhood and 21 Miles) and theatre producer Gabby Vautier, who present two very different stories of IVF: Jessica went through 11 rounds of unsuccessful treatment; Gabby is the mother of 4-year-old IVF twin girls.. Actress MAXINE PEAKE (TVs Shameless, Silk, Dinnerladies) will be starring in the stage production of Julia Leighs powerful IVF memoir Avalanche which is the centrepiece of Fertility Fest at the Barbican. Alongside this over 200 artists and fertility experts will come together with patients and the public to discuss a diverse range of topics ...
Fertility herbal teas are the latest rage for the many medicinal qualities and wonderful health benefits they pose. There are specific herbs and brews that have been shown to increase your chances of successfully falling pregnant.. In Chinese Medicine, several herbs have undergone evidence-based research to uncover their benefits in regulating the menstrual cycle, optimising fertility, ovarian reserve and improving fertility outcomes. Herbs such Chaste Tree, Wild Yam, Ginseng, Astragalus, Dang Gui and Gou Ji Zi, have all shown to positively impact fertility.. Before we dive into the specifics, its important to understand how our cycle functions. For women, there are four important hormones involved in fertility and the menstrual cycle - estrogen, progesterone, luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).. ...
Fertility herbal teas are the latest rage for the many medicinal qualities and wonderful health benefits they pose. There are specific herbs and brews that have been shown to increase your chances of successfully falling pregnant.. In Chinese Medicine, several herbs have undergone evidence-based research to uncover their benefits in regulating the menstrual cycle, optimising fertility, ovarian reserve and improving fertility outcomes. Herbs such Chaste Tree, Wild Yam, Ginseng, Astragalus, Dang Gui and Gou Ji Zi, have all shown to positively impact fertility.. Before we dive into the specifics, its important to understand how our cycle functions. For women, there are four important hormones involved in fertility and the menstrual cycle - estrogen, progesterone, luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).. ...
Smoking can dramatically reduce male and female fertility and harm the fertility of your children. Male fertility can suffer greatly even when sperm tests are stellar. Here is a big wake-up call if you smoke and are trying to conceive. - How Smoking Harms Fertility - Infertility at BellaOnline
Effects of some beta-adrenergic blockers on male fertility parameters in rats.: The effects of atenolol (9 and 18 mg/kg.b.wt.), metoprolol (3.5 and 7 mg/kg.b.wt
One in six couples has difficulty in starting a family and 40% of these problems are related to the man. Until now, there have been few accurate ways of measuring a mans fertility. Traditionally, the diagnosis of male infertility has relied on a semen analysis. This test provides the basic information on which fertility specialists need to make their initial diagnosis. However, their clinical value in assessing fertility or predicting success with fertility treatment is very limited, particularly if the semen analysis results are normal.. ...
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Levels and patterns of male fertility are poorly documented in developing countries. Demographic accounts of male fertility focus primarily on developed countries, and where such accounts do exist for developing countries they are mainly available at the l
Hi. Welcome to this site. I also have found the information here very useful and reassuring at times. Having struggled with fertility issues for years prior to having my twin daughters, I can somewhat relate to your situation. I was not diagnosed with RA at that time, but because fertility was an issue to me back then, its something that I keep in mind now that I am taking arthritis medications. I am female, and your husband is, obviously male, so Im not sure about gender effects with these medications. My rheumatologist wanted me to try methotrexate, but warned me that if I did I would have to use birth control. If I conceived on methotrexate, I would either miscarry or have such a deformed baby that the doctors would beg me to abort. Methotrexate, from what I understand, is often used to initiate abortion in pregnant females. For that reason, I refused to take methotrexate. The TNF-inhibitors (Enbrel, Humira, Remicade) do not affect fertility per se. My rheumatologist said they would not ...