New in vitro fertilization technology shows fertilized embryos developing moment to moment — giving fresh hope to those wanting to start a family.
Couples who haven’t conceived after a year of trying should visit an infertility specialist. But in some cases, couples should see the doctor sooner — here’s how to know.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists issued new guidelines approving other — possibly more effective — options to condoms, pills and patches.
Should your son or husband get the HPV vaccine? Good question. Since HPV can develop into various cancers later in life, including anal, penile and throat cancers, it’s essential to do everything you can to prevent its transmission.
Science hasn’t proven that any food is a true aphrodisiac. But some foods have ingredients that can definitely stimulate our senses and put us in the mood for love.
Not all condom knowledge is common knowledge. Condoms are great protection against STDs and unintended pregnancies, but only if they’re used right. Test yourself on the topic with our condom quiz.
Are you having trouble conceiving? Are you interested in fertility treatment and are unsure about the financial implications? Get answers about fertility and financial issues from a Cleveland Clinic physician and a financial advisor during a live webchat Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, at noon (ET).
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force and the American Cancer Society recently released new guidelines on cervical cancer screenings. A Cleveland Clinic gynecologist weighs in on what they mean for patients.