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Champagne Cocktail Recipes

Planning to ring in the New Year with a champagne toast? Think outside of the box with these creative cocktail recipes – they’re sure to start 2013 off with a bang! Poinsettia Champagne Cocktail Ingredients (makes one drink) 1/2 ounce Cointreau or triple sec Champagne 3 ounce cranberry juice Directions Chill all of the ingredients beforehand.

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Reasons for Male Infertility

Infertility can serve as a stumbling block standing in the way of your family dreams. When a couple has trouble conceiving, one of the first tasks that doctors often undertake is determining the infertile party. When the infertility is due to an issue with the male member of the partnership, it can be due to an assortment of fertility-halting physical issues.

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How to Test for Male Infertility

For many couples, starting a family is an easy process. They decide the time has come, they stop using birth control protection, and the woman becomes pregnant. For some couples, however, pregnancy does not occur. Determining why you and your partner are having trouble conceiving can be a complicated process that may leave you wondering if your partner has fertility problems. Several medical procedures can be used to determine if your male partner is infertile.

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How Long Does it Typically Take to Get Pregnant?

If the time is right to have a baby, you might be wondering just how long you’ll have to wait before seeing those two pink lines appear on a home pregnancy test. Although how quickly conception happens is different for everyone, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists reports the average wait is six months. Because many factors, such as age and health, determine conception, your chances of getting pregnant each month is approximately 25 percent.

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About Male Fertility

Infertility is not just a womans problem. About half the time, infertility problems involve the man, and 20-to-30 percent of the time the main obstacle to conception is a mans low fertility, according to WebMD. If you are trying to have a baby and are having difficulties, you and your partner should get a fertility test. The earlier treatment begins if it is necessary, the better off you both will be.