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What is azoospermia and how is it diagnosed?

Yücel Karaman, Coordinator of the IVF Center in Brussels gave important information about the diagnosis of azoospermia. What is Azoospermia? Azospermia can be simply expressed as the absence of sperm cells in the semen. The number of sperm cells in the semen produced after the merger should be at least 20 million per milliliter.
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What it feels like to go to work while having a miscarriage

It was a Friday when I started bleeding. I was just over 7 weeks along. My first prenatal appointment was scheduled for the following Monday. But let me back up.My first baby, a son, was about 17 months old when we found out I was pregnant again. We had only been trying for baby number two for a couple of months.
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Ways to raise optimistic children

Life is full of surprises. We may come across many pleasures, big and small, and we may also face unpleasant obstacles. While some of us perceive obstacles in an exaggerated way and get stuck on them, some of us perceive the pleasures and obstacles as natural processes and jump on them and continue on our way.
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Guide to Firsts: Handling unwanted parenting advice

Don& 39;t know what to do with unwelcome parenting advice? Discover the best ways to handle it, including what to say and when you should listen.Don& 39;t take it personallyJust about every parent has to deal with unsolicited tips at some point.Trust your instinctsEveryone has different approaches to parenting, but nobody knows your baby and family the way you do.
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Diabetes in children

Diabetes is a disease that threatens everyone, young and old. Pediatric Endocrinology Specialist Dr. Neslihan Güngör from Anadolu Health Center answers the curious questions about diabetes in childhood due to 14 November World Diabetes Day. : What is the definition of diabetes or diabetes?
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Disadvantages of Long-Term Breastfeeding!

Breastfeeding Dear mothers, you all know that the most valuable food for your baby is breastfeeding, you should only feed your baby with breastfeeding for the first 6 months. Your baby should have enough and balanced nutrition for healthy growth and development. In all researches; It is stated that breastfeeding reduces infant mortality (morbidity-related mortality) and morbidity rates, ensures healthy growth and development of infants, and is superior to all other feeding methods.
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