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Infertility

Your pre-conception reproductive health has a big part in your ability to conceive and carry a baby full-term when you’re ready. This is why health professionals campaign tirelessly for young men and women, between the ages of 9 and 26, to get their HPV vaccine – and to...

Is “conceive a baby” your primo New Year’s Resolution this year? If so, the following fertility tips will help you along the way. Remember that it takes most women an average of about 12-months to get pregnant – and there’s no need to seek outside fertility...

Endometriosis occurs when endometrial cells (cells forming the endometrial lining in the uterus) grow outside of the uterine cavity. This tissue can be found on the ovaries and fallopian tubes, on the exterior lining of the uterus, the bladder and elsewhere in the pelvic cavity....

The ideal flow between an OB/GYN and a fertility specialist should be relatively seamless. While a fertility diagnosis may not trigger contact with a fertility specialist, it should inspire a heart-to-heart conversation with your OB/GYN as you discuss treatment options and the point at which...

Infertility affects roughly one in six couples, and male factor infertility plays a role in about 30% of those cases. Unlike some of the most common causes of female infertility – endometriosis, PCOS, fibroid tumors or advanced maternal age – most causes of male infertility...

Fibroid tumors are not uncommon. According to womenshealth.gov, as many as 80% of all women will develop fibroids at some point during their life. These uterine tumors are almost always benign and may not require any treatment at all if they don’t present any symptoms....

Ovarian stimulating drugs have been used as a first-line fertility treatment for more than 50 years because they are both safe and effective for women who have irregular ovulatory patterns, women with PCOS and also couples with male factor infertility diagnosis related to sperm count. While...

There is no doubt that advanced age has a negative impact on fertility. And, the reality is that while women are more youthful, vibrant and healthy at “advanced” ages (35-years and older) than ever before, fertility rates haven’t caught up. Don’t let Hollywood’s celebrity pregnancy buzz...

Do you have PCOS? If so, your diet can make a significant impact on how the rest of your body “behaves.” In addition to all the other tell-tale signs of PCOS, like thinning hair, excessive hair on the face, arms, and trunk, moles and skin...

When you have been trying to conceive and haven’t been able to, fertility specialists can help determine what might be causing fertility problems. They can also provide you with guidance on treatment options to increase your chance of becoming pregnant. How do you know if it’s...

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