Can tubal ligation be reversed to have more children?

Around 600,000 women in Spain undergo tubal ligation in order to avoid having more children. However, between 10% and 15% of these wish to have a child at some later point owing to various personal circumstances. Some opt for this using assisted reproduction, unaware that this...

Bayer contraceptives. Civil proceedings against the company due to higher risks

Last December, in the regional court in Waldshut (Germany), civil proceedings were opened against pharmaceutical company Bayer because of the higher risks of serious adverse reactions associated with  hormone Bayer contraceptives. The claimant, Felicitas Rohrer, suffered a severe...

Male infertility. Can the new technique resolve it without ethical problems?

Male infertility is often the cause of sterility in a couple. In these circumstances, it may be due to poor sperm maturation. There is now a chance to overcome this defect, using a technique called round spermatid injection or ROSI. The outcomes of its use have now been described...

After a long and costly legal process conscientious objection ethics of companies is legalized in USA

Conscientious objection ethics of family companies to the “contraceptive mandate.” The United States Supreme Court decided, by a majority of 5 votes to 4, that family companies can object to the Ministry of Health regulation that obliges them to finance and offer...

The use of oral contraceptives increases the risk of venous thrombosis

3,110 publications on the subject, selecting 25 of these which published 26 studies Each day more data emerges which shows that oral contraception increases the risk of venous thrombosis in women who use these drugs. Now a systematic review provides a comprehensive examination of...
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