Getting pregnant isn’t always as easy. For many people, conceiving takes some extra work and medical intervention. Intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are two types of fertility treatments to help you get pregnant when nature just isn’t doing the trick on its own.
So, you’re well into your 30s and want to have a baby. Guess what? You can. Just make sure to take proper precautions so you can have a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Infertility and different fertility treatments can be overwhelming. So, how do you cope with the stress? These tips will help you support your partner during fertility treatments.
For some couples, getting pregnant after having their first child is a breeze. For others, not so much. Learn about the top causes of secondary infertility and how to address them.
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Lifestyle changes can pull you out of the metabolic chaos of polycystic ovary syndrome, and lower your risk for conditions like diabetes and heart disease.
Medical experts are testing uterus transplantation as a treatment for UFI. Here’s how the field is advancing through clinical trials.
What does it mean when your doctor orders a SIS, or saline-infusion sonography? Our experts explain.
Few women love having a period every month, but menstruation is an essential part of womanhood. Skipping your periods (amenorrhea) for more than three months could indicate hypothalamic amenorrhea, a problem that needs medical attention.
Excess weight may be the reason you’re having trouble getting pregnant. Learn why being overweight can prevent ovulation and how losing weight before pregnancy can increase fertility and your odds for a healthy pregnancy.
PCOS may be common, but it is also treatable. Our Ob/Gyn explains what help is available if you’re looking to start (or add to) a family.