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“I Won’t Disturb My Wife Come What May”
“Working on my anger brought salvation to our lives”
Who Knows 40?
40 appears in many places in Judaism and symbolizes the process of bringing something to fruition and completeness
If my husband is undergoing testing for fertility purposes, is this considered forbidden ejaculation? If so, is there another way to get a semen count without defiling the brit (the member where the brit mila is performed)?
6 Reasons for Male Infertility
Male infertility used to be rare but now almost 50% of couples now need to deal with it
Jewish, Arab Fertility Rates Reach Parity for First Time
The Central Bureau of Statistics says that both Jewish and Arab women are having an average of 3.13 children. Children make up 40% of population in Jerusalem
60-Year-Old Gives Birth to Healthy Daughter in Emergency C-Section
Her first child after years of fertility treatments and undergoing surgery for a tumor.
IVF to have a boy
Rabbi, hello! We are parents to four beautiful daughters and we would also like to have sons. We want to know whether it is permissible according to Jewish law to have fertility treatments to make sure that the next time we will have a son. Thanks.
Spiritual Purity and the Flood
There are approximately 120 million sperm in every milliliter of semen and each one has the potential to bring about conception. These facts were known to our Sages. How could they have known this information over 1500 years ago!
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, of Blessed Memory, Told her in a Dream: "Within 20 Days You'll Be Pregnant"
The righteous are greater after their passing than during their lifetime: she prayed at the tomb of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, and became pregnant after five years of fertility treatments
25 Years: an Inspiring Interview with a Woman Whose Infertility Came to an End
To wait for a child for 25 years, to undergo treatments and see your friends marry off their children, doesn’t inspire much hope. Gabi and Ada tried everything, but nothing worked. Until Ada decided to fervently attend our Matriarch Rachel's grave. The power of prayer
Abortion is an Empowering Experience? Just the Opposite
Abortion is an experience of loss and emptiness, a form of death that occurs in the body of the woman. So why does Ynet state "abortion is an empowering experience"? Perhaps those who encourage abortions should go to fertility clinics, where so many broken-hearted people are sitting who only dream for the moment when they can hold a baby in their arms