He is imposing a 'belief system' into the facts about a woman's reproductive capacity. He sees his words as important to validate the "Pro Life" initiative to bring pregnancy as a real outcome to sex as punishment for sex outside marriage. Heck, it is punishment inside a marriage if the pregnancy is unwanted.
Dr. Gingrey completed his internship (click here) at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, and his residency at the Medical College of Georgia. He also completed a rotation during this time at Doctor's Hospital in Columbus.
He is a licensed physician and needs to be peer reviewed. That it to begin with.
I sincerely expect EVERY STATE in the country to offer young women, especially girls, the option of an abortion. Children should not being having children.
Dr. Gingrey's understanding about infertility and 'casual behavior' to CURE the problem is grossly incorrect. There can be issues at times. Sometimes advise to THE MAN is more important than the woman. It is not about relaxing, except, to allow the testicles to descend ever so gently from the scrotum in shorts rather than briefs. Sometimes sperm are sensitive to body temperature and aren't in sufficient numbers or motility to make it to the target ovum. Sometimes men have to appear less macho when trying to have a baby and actually air the darn things in shorts so they aren't over cooking the sperm.
Men may find a higher fertility rate if their balls look more like walnuts than smooth golf balls. I wish them all the luck and happiness they deserve.
So, Dr. Gingrey needs reorientation to casual treatment of infertility and certainly not victimize and make guilty the prospective mother. While emotional tensions surround the act of sexual intercourse I doubt seriously that is the overwhelming reason for infertility in couples. Sexual tension can precede intercourse and not the interruption of it. I mean the couple has to get each other's attention after all.