Sage input from a reproductive expert.
Young and facing possibly an inoperable cancer spread, this young man survived facing the greatest odds.
After being diagnosed with testicular cancer, his bucket list shaped the rest of his amazing life.
This healthcare specialist learned the humanity and compassion of the industry after beating testicular cancer.
Since losing both testicles to TC, he’s become a voice for the gay community and the TC community.
He kept his sense of humor after beating testicular cancer and losing a testicle.
27-year-old Christopher Schepper was in great shape—how could he have cancer?
Mother’s Day can be the worst for men and women who deal with infertility.
There are a lot of men (and couples) who have fertility problems. But it’s a Great Unspoken Thing.
Hold her, listen, and cry because the only thing that can come close to filling the void of that little life she’s missing is your love and your embrace.
Infertility issues can be devastating. Know what to do as the man makes all the difference. 6 Steps to Making a Baby.
Recent research into the health effects of the plastic-making chemicals phthalates has reignited concerns about low sperm counts. But the evidence is far from conclusive.
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.
If a man can become pregnant, is he still a man?