Dealing With Infertility
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Why infertility is stressful, and what you can do about it.
What's the truth, and what are just old wives' tales?
If you've been struggling to get pregnant, you've probably got lots of questions. Here, find out what causes infertility, how to reduce your risk, when to see a doctor, potential infertility treatments, and more.
Learn who should be evaluated, what to expect at your first appointment, and which tests you and your partner can expect to undergo. We'll also give you tips for making the process easier.
When you're trying to conceive through in vitro fertilization (IVF) you'll probably hear plenty of ideas about what you can do to boost your chances for success. We asked our experts to separate the myths from the facts.
Even if you've successfully conceived before, you might have fertility issues later in life.
Secondary infertility is more common and emotionally painful than many may think. Here is some advice for if and when conceiving Baby #2 is more difficult than expected.
In the first-ever investigation of its kind, find out which of the nation's centers offer the greatest chance of success.
Not sure you can face a(nother) negative pregnancy test result? Consider this your resilience playbook on how to survive a BFN (big fat negative) when you're TTC.
We explore 10 different types of fertility treatment options and examine the pros, cons, and costs of each one.
You and your spouse want to have another baby, but pregnancy is stubbornly elusive this time around. Here are the facts you need to deal with this surprisingly common problem.
According to a new study, smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke is linked to infertility in women as well as early menopause.
Learn about the treatment options available for couples who are having difficulties trying to get pregnant.
From endometriosis to premature menopause, here are 8 health problems that might be preventing you from conceiving. Find out what they are, what causes them, and how to treat them.
Heredity, environment, and lifestyle can all play a part when it comes to infertility.
If you've been struggling to get pregnant, you've probably got lots of questions. Here, find out what causes infertility in men, how your partner can reduce his risk of infertility, when to see a doctor for infertility, how your partner may be treated for infertility, and more.
Learn what a fertility doctor can do for you and how you can find one.
Experts weigh in on this important question and discuss who should have a mammogram before getting pregnant.
It's rude to ask "What is infertility like?" when a couple is struggling to conceive, but it's something we should all know more about.
Dr. Elizabeth Pryor answers the question, Can blocked fallopian tubes be treated successfully?
Fertility experts have identified a specific genetic pattern that could predict the success or failure of in vitro fertilization.
Cure is a strong word, but acupuncture might help increase your odds of getting pregnant, and the evidence it works is more than just word of mouth.
The path to becoming a parent isn't always easy. Here's how to help a friend deal with infertility.
Trying to get pregnant but having difficulty? You're not alone, no matter what age you are. Although it's no secret that pregnancy risks do increase as you age, there is still good news for moms looking to conceive. Get the details about infertility at every decade, including the risks to you and your baby, and ways to boost your fertility.