Fertility is the natural capability to produce offspring. As a measure, fertility rate is the number of offspring born per mating pair, individual or population. Human fertility depends on factors of nutrition, sexual behavior, consanguinity, culture, instinct, endocrinology, timing, economics, way of life, and emotions. Fertility requires normal ovulation (the production and release of mature eggs), sperm, and a way for the eggs and sperm to get together. Infertility is not a sexual disorder. Rather, it is a compromise of the reproductive system that can be caused by a number of factors.
Peertechz's Global Journal of Fertility and Research is an initiative to publish manuscripts that highlights how overall health is a reflection of an individual reproductive health and novel insights into male and female infertility along with early pregnancy. Global Journal of Fertility and Research invites basic science in addition to clinical and translational fertility research manuscripts.
Global Journal of Fertility and Research is an initiative to make global society aware by means of its manuscripts that the best approach to staying fertile in today's busy world is to take care of yourself- eat well, sleep well, reduce your stress, and take all things in moderation. Manuscripts published in Global Journal of Fertility and Research seeks to make the society aware that our body is a temple and take care of it since a healthy body is a healthy reproductive body.
Why Global Journal of Fertility and Research?
Both the need and the desire to have children are very basic to the human condition. Most people plan to have children at some point in their lives, and many assume that when they are ready they will be able to conceive without trouble. However the fact is different about fertility. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), infertility affects about 12% of all people of reproductive age—women and men, attempting to get pregnant. Other estimates suggest that the numbers are even higher.
Hence Peertechz took the initiative to call authors, researchers, scientists and individuals interested in fertility research to investigate, write and send the manuscripts to Global Journal of Fertility and Research reflecting causes of infertility ranging from environmental factors such as exposure to chemicals or smoking to physical factors such as blocked fallopian tubes or obesity; to conditions that prevent production of sperm or mature eggs, such as low or high testosterone.
Advantages of Peertechz's Global Journal of Fertility and Research