For men, there’s a lot of macho tied up in being able to get a woman pregnant.
I know I have mood swings. I know my husband sees the anger, the depression, the frustration and defeat without my confirmation, and I know our infertility journey creates more worry in him about me than about actually procreating.This, I believe, is the largest contrast between the way women and men deal with infertility. Women…
These struggles are why it’s even more important to be there for her during fertility treatments and IVF cycles
Mother’s Day can be the worst for men and women who deal with infertility.
I learn as much from my sons as I hope they learn from me
Matt and Cheri Appling have held on through five years and countless treatments. Here’s how they’ve done it.
Accepting employer egg-freezing benefit and postponing pregnancy requires financial, physical and emotional education and analysis to make sure it is right for you.
Stuart Burkhalter’s new book shares one man’s struggle with the modern fertility process.
Jonathan Stack is traveling around the world to create a documentary film about vasectomies. Here’s why.
A humorous meditation on the impermanence of things like fertility, power, satisfaction and life.
Andy Bodle learns the harm in having an affair with a married woman.
A lighthearted look at how Ken Dafoe let himself be talked into what he should have gotten done years before.
Jim Gray on the nitty-gritty details of his vasectomy, his experience of fatherhood, and how they go together.
I could have been a decent, if reluctant, father, just like my own father was. I’ve made a different choice.
Infertility is a topic shrouded in myth and misconception. AskMen addresses some of the common ones.
Men need fertility treatments just as much as women, writes Lee Rubin Collins, so “personhood” amendments are about their rights, too.