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Each fact in this article is sourced so the reader is able to verify and learn more on each point. I chose this article because it is on a subject that I don’t know much about but would like to learn more on which is why I appreciated how in depth the descriptions were and how accurately the editors attributed the sources so that I could research more of the points that I needed to understand more on. The editors kept there additions relevant to the title and made sure to further explain or define points that someone reading who isn’t familiar with the topic could understand; which is hard with articles on medical topics. The editors were able to stay neutral, unbiased, and informative and pulled information from sources that were neutral as well such as endocrinology and infertility specialists and obstetrics and gynecology specialists which were the sources of information. I checked the links of the references and they all work and are reputable sources that add a lot of great information to this article. The information is as recent as 2012, but there has been quite a bit of research in this area so I believe that the information could be updated to be more recent. I wish this article was longer and offered more insight to the different causes or reasons for infertility rather than just defining the subject in broad terms. KAI2114961 (talk) 21:04, 21 June 2017 (UTC)