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Ovulation Predictor Kits: What You Need To Know

The first step in getting pregnant is to track your ovulation and many women find success with ovulation predictor kits. ... more »
DNA and genetics

Healthy Lifestyle, Healthy DNA Delay Menopause, Extend Fertile Years

An extensive international study found that how the body handles DNA repair throughout a lifetime affects the timing of fertility decline and the onset of menopause. ... more »
Exercise to improve fertility

6 Ways Medicine, Not Magic, Can Enhance Fertility

These six science-based ways to enhance fertility have proven track records for conjuring up babies. ... more »
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Study: Some of the Many Things We Just Don’t Know About Making Babies

A group of researchers at the Yale University School of Medicine used the internet to find out what American women of reproductive age think they know about making babies. ... more »
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New Book Explores Biological Clock ‘Big Lie’

Baby bumps are one of the hottest fashion trends in Hollywood these days. ... more »
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Increasing Awareness of Fertility Issues May Prompt Some Couples to Conceive Earlier Than Planned

A new study has shown that women who are more knowledgably about age-related fertility issues have started to move their ideal pregnancy ages up, even though they may not be at risk of impacted fertility due to age. ... more »
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Contraception and Fertility Awareness Among Solid Organ Transplant Women

According to researchers in Nebraska and New York, female transplant patients are not adequately informed about fertility issues, contraception and chance of pregnancy after solid organ transplant. ... more »
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Contraception and Fertility Awareness Among Women With Solid Organ Transplants

According to researchers in Nebraska and New York, female transplant patients are not adequately informed about fertility issues, contraception and chance of pregnancy after solid organ transplant. ... more »
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IVF and the Vatican

John-Henry Westen, editor-in-chief of the online news site LifeSiteNews, recently visited the Vatican to find out if the Catholic Church will ever sanction in vitro fertilization (IVF) as an accepted form of infertility treatment. ... more »
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Prenatal Exposures and Anti-Mullerian Hormone in Female Adolescents

  A long list of studies have been published linking paternal and maternal habits prior to and during pregnancy with fetal and child health outcomes. Researchers recently published another study showing a link between pre-pregnancy habits and health to female offspring long-term health.  ... more »

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