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Infertility is an inability to have children of your own, and it is common for both men and women. Infertility affects one in ten married couples. If the pregnancy does not occur after 12 months of unprotected intercourse, then the couple is considered infertile. A couple may be infertile regardless of the fact that the woman had pregnancy in the past.  Good news is that it can be treated if a couple seeks treatment in time.

UNFPA prepared a "What should a man know about Family Planning?" series consisting of the information about family planning, pregnancy, infertility, condoms and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.  

The rest of the series' brochures in Turkmen and Russian languages are below: