Fertility Treatments

Treatment of infertility depends on the cause, your age, how long you've been infertile, and which partner has the issue. Sometimes infertility can't be corrected. Other times, a woman can still get pregnant with assisted reproductive technology.

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This Is What an IVF Pregnancy Really Looks Like

One mom-to-be hopes that being open with her infertility struggle will help other couples having trouble conceiving. Here's her honest, step-by-step take on the IVF process, from the hormone shots to the procedures and every emotion in between.

The Pandemic Is Making Would-Be Parents Put Fertility Treatments On Hold—and There Are Emotional Repercussions

Hopeful moms have now been forced to put their family plans on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. Experts explain what that means and offer advice on how to get through.

Why So Many People Have to Travel for IVF Treatment

The cost of IVF treatment in the U.S. can be prohibitive for many. But that's not the only reason some patients, including myself, are making short and long hauls for their fertility treatments.

At-Home Fertility Tests and Treatments: Understanding the Pros and Cons

From at-home IVF kits to comprehensive DIY hormone tests that ship right to your door, the latest technology is empowering people who are trying to conceive.

More Fertility Treatments

Is the Future of IVF Needle-Free?

A fertility clinic in New York City has developed a form of in vitro fertilization that uses pills and a nasal spray, as well as urine and saliva tests instead of pricey injections and blood draws. Here's what you need to know about needle-free IVF, or NF-IVF.

How the Right Hormone Testing Finally Got Me Pregnant

Hormonal testing revealed that I had a progesterone deficiency and luteal phase defect that were keeping me from getting pregnant. Now I can't help but wonder how many other women are in the same boat and don't know it.

Lance Bass 'Found the Most Amazing' Surrogate to Help Start His Family: 'It's Happening Quick'

Lance Bass is no stranger to pop music, but he’s a little bit apprehensive about becoming a pop—and fatherhood in general.