The permanent inability of a man or woman to reproduce.
Unable to have children.
The inability to reproduce, either due to impotence, anatomical defect, or inability to produce eggs or sperm. Note the current association between sterility and cleanliness, as in a sterile needle. The association between non-reproductiveness and purity is very strong and very ancient.
Inability to produce viable offspring.
Inability to have children.
The absence of viable contaminating microorganisms; aseptic state.
The inability to procreate; the inability to conceive or induce conception.
A condition in which an individual or a couple cannot conceive under any circumstances.
Inability to further reproduce or have offspring.
an irreversible inability to produce children.
the state of being unable to produce offspring; in a woman it is an inability to conceive; in a man it is an inability to impregnate
Absolute inability to procreate.
Inability to produce gametes (e.g. after both ovaries/testes are removed).
The permanent inability to conceive a child.
Absolute infertility, inability to achieve a pregnancy without special treatment such as IVF.
inability to conceive or produce a child.
the physical inability to reproduce due to infertility.
inability to reproduce. Sterilization is the process of surgically altering the reproductive organs (e.g., cutting the fallopian tubes or vas deferens) as a permanent method of contraception.
Sterility describes a permanent condition where a man or a woman is unable to have a baby.
the inability to get pregnant, or get someone pregnant; often caused by the effects of untreated bacterial infections such as chlamydia or gonorrhea.
The total inability to reproduce. Not to be confused with infertility.
The state of absolute infertility or complete infertility, with no chance of getting pregnant without special help. Causes include azoospermia, anovulation (especially primary ovarian failure), and blocked fallopian tubes.
being unable to procreate because of some defect in the reproductive organs