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For additional unbiased medical references, please see the following sites:

  • A to Z definitions from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

Urology Care Foundation

  • Patient Education site from the AUA (American Urological Association).

United States Government Healthy Men

  • Men’s Health: general background information from US Department of Health and Human Services.

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Fertility Health

    • Men’s Health: general background information from NIH (US Government).
  • Women’s Infertility/Health: including information for women regarding infertility from Eunice Kennedy Shriver NIHCD (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development).

  • The National Infertility Association is a non-profit national organization that promotes reproductive health and equal access to options for men and women with infertility.proud-partner-logo

UCSF Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment

  • The University of California San Francisco has  a site with information healthy lifestyle and eating to avoid pollutants in the environment for couples planning a family and those couples with children.

American Urological Association (AUA): Clinical Guidelines

  • These are the technical guidelines released by the governing organization in urology mainly intended for healthcare practitioners.

Fertility Preservation before Cancer Treatment (American Society of Clinical Oncology- ASCO)

  • This is the latest guide from ASCO (May 2013) for patients preparing to undergo cancer treatment during the reproductive years.


  • Site dedicated to couples addressing fertility and assisted reproductive technology including IVF/ICSI

Bridgeport Hospital Foundation

  • Matching the philanthropic aspirations of donors with the highest-quality patient and family-centered services and advanced medical education to support the healthcare needs of our community.
  • Donate to the Men’s Health Program at Bridgeport Hospital