Statistics show that each year millions of people experience infertility problems – whether they could be traced back to the female partner, male partner or – as in some cases – both. While reproductive medicine has seen some significant development during the last few decades, determining the exact cause of infertility is still often impossible, which – in result – seriously burdens further research. Today many people are willing to try artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization – methods opposed by several religious groups and conservative movements. Nevertheless, despite relatively high costs and ethical controversies, these procedures are becoming more and more popular. In order to find out more about male and female infertility, its causes and possible methods of treatment – read this book.