Infertility is not hereditary. Obviously if someone was infertile, there would be no offspring to pass on their defunct genes to! However a low-sperm count could be genetic.
There is also some medications that women have innocently taken in past that have caused their offspring to have difficulties - such has an anti-morning sickness drug from the 60's caused many girls to be born with an incomplete cervix.
There is no medical reason I can think of that would cause both male and female offspring to be infertile. It could be just a coincidence his siblings are having difficulties conceiving. And presumably your b'f is quite a different age from his siblings and from a different relationship, this means that their physical environment was different growing up. This would rule out an environmental problem (ie exposure to radiation).
I would not worry too much about it, but if you are trying to conceive and are having difficulties, it would be a valid point to ponder.
First off, the cue words are "Boyfriend's brother" Get it? You shouldn't be concerned about anything BUT your boyfriend. Including his brother.
First show your brother all nice things your boyfriend is and if he still doesn't like him tell you brother to talk to your boyfriend so your brother can get to know him. And he should like you boyfriend after he gets to know him
Obviously not...Unless your brother is going to be a d-bag to your boyfriend :)
In the movie The Bourne Identity, Marie's step-brother, Eamon and his children, live at the farmhouse where they seek refuge.
clauwd not clawd my brother clauwd my boyfriend.
No, Bethany's brother doesn't have a girlfriend. He has a boyfriend.
I'm going to watch movie with my boyfriend and my brother after this.
If your brother (or your sister) has children they are your nephews (males) and nieces (females).
You can act like you are getting your brother something if you have a brother
If you had sex with both the boyfriend and his brother, it's likely you got it from his brother.
i hate my moms boy friend my brother, my other brother, even my puppy don't like my moms boyfriend, so kids do hate their moms boy friend
You shouldspeak to your brother and say that he is still very important to you. Tell him that you were going to get a boyfriend sooner or later and they will change but he will always be your brother that you love and nothing will change that. Also try and make time to be with your brother just you and him without your boyfriend to show that you care =)
she dont have a boyfriend its probably her brother she is pretending to date
Assuming the brother who died with a will was unmarried and had no children, and assuming his beneficiary brother predeceased him, his estate would pass to the children of his siblings. If he had only one brother then his brother's children would inherit his estate.
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law. Your brother-in-law's brother is not related to you and neither are his children. But he is your sister's brother-in-law and his children are your sister's nieces and nephews.
yes and her brother is 12 years old
If you were or still are cheating on your boyfriend especially with his brother...you are doing him wrong so you need to break up with him... And if you dont feel guilty...you obvioulsy dont have true feelings for your boyfriend anyways...
Sounds like you need a better boyfriend.
Rosalies boyfriend is also her adopted vamp. brother Emmett
Sometimes, the best way to make your brother understand the love you have for your boyfriend is to simply have a heart-to-heart talk with your brother. Tell "him" just why you love your boyfriend. Ask him to be patient and understand your love for your boyfriend, although he may not agree with it. Often, sibling "rivalry" comes into play. E.g., your brother may feel that "he" is being "replaced" (in your love for him) --- by your boyfriend. You have to assure him that (that) isn't true. There are, after all "two" loves: the love you have for your family, including your brother: and the love you have for your boyfriend, possibly engaged and possibly soon to be married. You must find a way to "reach" out to your brother and appeal to him to understand that he is, indeed, not "being replaced" ---- that you will always love him, as your brother. If your brother is young and not experienced in life, then this would be difficult. IF he is older I'm confident that he'll understand. In either case you have to reach out to your brother and assure him that "nothing between you and him will ever change" --- you will always love him. Regards, Jim
very caring and concerned for her brother
Your dad's brother is your mom's brother-in-law. He is not related to your mom's sister or her children.