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G. dyspareunia Hirsutism, acne, galactorrhea Enlarged thyroid gland, tiredness interview but not in the questionnaire. Based on this investigation and other related studies, it seems reasonable to recommend the use of structured medical history questionnaires only as a supplement to a structured personal interview. MALE INFERTILITY Infertility is defined as failure to conceive after 1 year of regular, unprotected intercourse. In 50-60% of the couples presenting with infertility a 'male factor' (or co-factor) can be identified.
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