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Secondary infertility is the inability to get pregnant after a prior pregnancy. It affects approximately 3 million couples.
Infertility is a disease that deserves to be covered by health insurance. Compelling business and social reasons support this premise.
Does infertility cause depression or does depression cause infertility? The relationship is complex but effective interventions are available.
Many women of childbearing age are affected by use & misuse of opioids. The impact on fertility & infertility treatment should be considered.
Family building via assisted reproduction or gestational surrogacy is complicated and requires planning. COVID-19 has made it more difficult.
IVF is much more successful than intrauterine insemination, another commonly used fertility procedure. Unlike IUI, it can help treat almost any type of infertility problem.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is common but unfortunately, it often goes undiagnosed. Understanding PCOS and its consequences are essential to improving care.
In the 41 years since Louise Brown, the first test-tube baby was born there have been many advances in the infertility field. Here are 41 of them.
Intrauterine Insemination, a fertility procedure in which sperm are placed directly into the uterus using a catheter passed through the cervix, is the right choice for some. Here's why.
A number of employers have discovered that including robust infertility coverage in their health benefits package can help attract and retain employees.
Thinking of becoming an egg donor? Make sure you understand all the ins and outs of egg donation so you don't make a decision you might regret later.
A gestational-carrier arrangement occurs when intended parents (or donors) supply the egg & sperm but a non-related person carries the pregnancy.
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