How do you cope with the stress of infertility? These tips will help you support your partner during her fertility treatments.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, a common hormone disorder that causes infertility, is also linked to weight gain. Learn more about the vicious cycle of PCOS symptoms and weight gain.
If you are a woman with low vitamin D levels, taking a supplement may increase your ability to get pregnant. But recent research suggests that too much vitamin D actually may be harmful. Find out what you need to know about finding the right dose of vitamin D to aid fertility.
Can your diet lead to erectile dysfunction or keep you from becoming a dad? A urologist answers FAQs about diet and ED or male infertility.
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Discover the facts about uterus transplant. Learn why it gives women with uterine factor infertility their only chance to carry a pregnancy.
Cleveland Clinic is the first U.S. center to screen women for uterus transplant. The research study, groundbreaking for the United States, offers hope to women who can’t carry a pregnancy because of uterine factor infertility.
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.
Clinical studies show that acupuncture bolsters the body’s nervous and endocrine systems, and has an anti-inflammatory effect, which can reverse disease
A recent study finds that women who freeze their eggs at age 34 or younger have the highest chance of success when trying to conceive later in life.
Breast cancer doesn’t occur often in younger women. Of the more than 230,000 new cases of breast cancer expected to be diagnosed in the United States in 2015, only about 11 percent will involve women younger than 45. Young breast cancer patients have special concerns. Their cancers tend to be more advanced, more aggressive, more likely … Read More