It can be overwhelming enough when your child is diagnosed with cancer, yet infertility caused by cancer treatment should be a top concern among parents facing this reality. A pediatric oncologist walks us through why this is a conversation worth having.
While at-home sperm tests don’t replace seeing a fertility specialist, they do play a role for some men who are hoping to be come fathers.
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.
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Infertility affects about 15 percent of couples. Learn when to consult a specialist and get solutions.
If you’ve had your tubes tied but have changed your mind, a reproductive surgeon can likely help. Here’s what you need to know about tubal reversal.
Take control of your fertility by exploring the reproductive benefits of smoking cessation. Learn how to protect your family and give your baby the best possible start.
A woman’s ability to freeze her eggs can take pressure off her “biological clock,” but fertility experts want to make sure women receive enough education about the risks of delaying pregnancy.
Does spotting always mean a miscarriage? Not always. Our Ob/Gyn explains what you need to know.
An Australian study suggests that too much fast food and not enough fresh fruit can harm a woman’s fertility. But eating well is no ‘magic bullet’ for conception, our expert advises.