Dealing With Infertility

If you're struggling with fertility issues, you're not alone. Learn about what causes infertility in women and men, and find out about common fertility treatments.

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11 Things To Never Tell Someone Who's Having Trouble Getting Pregnant
You might think you're saying the right things while comforting a loved one who is struggling with infertility—but you may be doing more harm than good. Here are tips on better ways to approach the subject.
Is Sperm Count Decreasing? Here's What Would-Be Parents Should Know
Research has shown that sperm count is declining. Experts discuss what that means and what couples thinking about trying for a baby should know.
Black Women Face Fertility Challenges Silently—Today Show's Sheinelle Jones Is Changing That
Airing Sunday, 'Stories We Tell: The Fertility Secret' is lifting the veil off infertility and starting a healing conversation.
New Mom Amanda Knox Says Women's Fertility Should Be Taken Into Account with Prison Sentencing
Amanda Knox explains that with her original 26-year prison sentence, "It wasn't just my freedom that had been stolen from me; motherhood had been stolen from me" too.
IVF Embryo Mixup Leaves Two Couples Raising Each Other's Babies: 'It's Still a Daily Struggle' 
Two L.A. couples gave birth to each others' babies after a mixup at their IVF clinic and spent four months raising children that weren't theirs, Alexander and Daphna Cardinale tell us.
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The Struggle for Fertility Preservation for Those With Cancer
Getting a cancer diagnosis is daunting enough, but dealing with fertility on top of that is often too much to bear. Here's what experts want hopeful parents to know.
What the IVF Process is Really Like
A mom who went through IVF explains what the journey was like from start to finish and offers advice to other hopeful parents.
The "Secret" Ways Patients Afford Costly IVF Drugs

The average IVF cycle costs between $10,000 to $15,000—but the cost of necessary fertility medications can easily double that. Here are the ways savvy IVF patients cut down their bills.