The overall population growth in Africa—expected to double by 2050—masks an epidemic of infertility.
I once saw an episode of Oprah that featured a woman who was coping with infertility.
The group studied was an altogether skewed collection of 21,276 Danish couples who had sought help in an infertility clinic.
Where deafness and infertility and all manner of other impairments are far more common.
Sharon Begley on the possible link between mobile phones and infertility.
Eggs laid in the laboratory had higher rates of infertility and prenatal mortality than did eggs dissected from oviducts.
He has boldly tried to make an ally of this bogey of the infertility of hybrids.
There are dormant seasons—periods of infertility—when the chemistry of heaven and earth is needed to overcome this barrenness.
This conjecture do I make for the infertility which I perceive to be in that country.
Or if infertility is so associated, then the average of the whole group moves away from that condition.
c.1600, from Late Latin infertilitatem (nominative infertilitas), from infertilis (see infertile).
infertility in·fer·til·i·ty (ĭn'fər-tĭl'ĭ-tē)
Absent or diminished fertility.
The persistent inability to achieve conception and produce an offspring.
infertile in·fer·tile (ĭn-fûr'tl)
Incapable of producing offspring; sterile.
The inability to achieve conception after persistent attempts over a given period of time, usually one year in humans.