Can I Get Pregnant With Only One Ovary?

Can you get pregnant if you only have one ovary? Do you ovulate with one ovary How does conception occur? ... read more »

Getting Pregnant After a Hysterectomy

Can I get pregnant after a hysterectomy? Can a woman with no uterus carry a child with no uterus? Can somebody else carry a child for her if she has no uterus? ... read more »

Symptoms of an Ectopic Pregnancy

An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy outside the uterus, usually in the fallopian tube. An ectopic pregnancy is a life-threatening condition and should be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy Treatments Reviewed

Researchers in France recently completed a study investigating the pregnancy rates between medical/conservative surgery and conservative surgery/radical surgery treatment of ectopic pregnancy. ... read more »

Why Does Implantation Bleeding Happen?

If a fertilized egg implants in the uterus, implantation bleeding may show up, but why does implantation bleeding happen? ... read more »

Not Enough Cervical Mucus

Q: Is this a problem to not have enough cervical mucus  when we TTC? ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy - Risk Factors

What are the risk factors for an ectopic pregnancy? ... read more »

What is a Ruptured Ectopic Pregnancy?

An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg implants in the fallopian tube. The pregnancy is often referred to as a tubal, though the specific point of implantation can narrow down a more detailed type of tubal. ... read more »

Treatments Options for Ectopic Pregnancy

Ectopic pregnancy is one of the main causes of death during pregnancy and fertility is at stake for survivors. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy: Symptoms, Risks, Causes

An ectopic pregnancy can become fatal to the mother because of potentially excessive bleeding. ... read more »

TTC After IUD Removal

Can I get pregnant after IUD removal? The IUD acts locally on the uterus and the fallopian tube preventing pregnancy. It does not have an effect on ovulation. ... read more »

Tubal Reversal Surgery

What is Tubal Reversal Surgery? ... read more »

Ectopic First Pregnancy Reduces Overall Number of Children

When women suffer an ectopic pregnancy as the first pregnancy, the effect lasts a lifetime. Ectopic pregnancies occur when the fertilized egg implants in the fallopian tube. The egg splits and grows in a tight space until pain develops. ... read more »

Hormone Linked to Ectopic Pregnancy

Ectopic pregnancies cause more pregnancy-related deaths than any other pregnancy complication. Doctors and researchers have been looking for a means of determining women who are at increased risk to help reduce the number of deaths associated with the condition each year. New research appears to have solved that problem. ... read more »

What Is Unexplained Infertility?

Unexplained infertility is diagnosed when all traditional infertility test have been found to be normal. ... read more »

Top Causes of Infertility

The three major causes of infertility covering over 80% of cases include ovulation problems, sperm problems, and fallopian tube problems, while 15% of couples have unexplained infertility. ... read more »

Egg Survival

Sperm usually reach the fallopian tube and the egg within minutes after intercourse. But the first sperm reaching the egg cannot fertilize the egg because they are not ready yet. ... read more »

Sex While Standing

Can we get pregnant while we stand having sex? ... read more »

Different Types of Pregnancies

While pregnancy may seem like a simple term, there are different types of pregnancies. Most are a result of physical differences but some are related to multiple egg release, among other reasons. ... read more »

One Tube and Two Ovaries - Risk of Ectopic Pregnancy

Women who have had one fallopian tube removed are at increased risk of an ectopic pregnancy, a pregnancy in the other fallopian tube. ... read more »

Tubal Ligation or Sterilization For Contraception

After having children, some women choose to have a tubal ligation to prevent future pregnancies. ... read more »

One Fallopian Tube

I am trying to get pregnant but have a unique issue. I don't have both of my fallopian tubes. How can I get pregnant with one fallopian tube? How much harder will it be to get pregnant? ... read more »

Fertilization in the Fallopian Tube

How does the sperm meet the egg? In the fallopian tube? After ovulation, the egg is picked up by the fallopian tube and moves towards the uterus. ... read more »

Endometriosis Fallopian Tube Issues And Patency

Tubal damage is one of the most common causes of infertility accounting for fifteen to twenty-five percent of all infertility cases.  ... read more »

Robitussin and Fertility

Does Robitussin help fertility? ... read more »

Fertility and Blood Groups

My husband and I have different blood groups. Does this affect fertility? ... read more »

What Are My Odds of Having a Baby

Your chances and odds having a baby depend on three issues: Ovulation, Sperm, and Fallopian Tubes. ... read more »

Top 5 Questions About Pregnancy Tests

Before jumping into a home pregnancy test or other form of pregnancy test, it is best to understand how they work and the best way to use them. ... read more »

TTC after the IUD

IUD removed three months ago ... read more »

IVF Indications

What would be the reasons to do IVF? ... read more »

Fallopian Tubes Blockage - Are There Any Symptoms?

Just because there is no pelvic pain does not mean the fallopian tubes are open. Fallopian tube diseases and blockage are among the top three reasons for infertility. ... read more »

TTC After Tubal Ligation

Tubal Reversal Surgery vs. IVF ... read more »

Cervical Stenosis and TTC

Can cervical stenosis prevent me from getting pregnant? ... read more »

No Ovulation After a Hysterosalpingogram (HSG)

Is it true that ovulation stops after a hysterosalpingogram (HSG)?  ... read more »

Hysterosalpingogram - What to Expect

How is it done? A hysterosalpingogram or HSG is a test to check the uterine cavity as well as the patency (openness) of the fallopian tubes. ... read more »

What is an Interstitial Pregnancy?

The interstitial is the spot where the fallopian tube comes in contact with the wall of the uterus at just the point where the endometrial cavity starts. When a pregnancy implants here it is called an interstitial pregnancy. ... read more »

Egg Donation After Tubal Ligation

The other day I was reading a story about a woman who wanted to help her sister have children. The sister was unable to conceive after five long years. There was some medical explanation regarding her infertility, but all that really matters is the fact that her eggs were affected. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancies and Their Treatment

I didn’t know what ectopic pregnancies were, but didn’t want to pry. What were these pregnancies, and why were they different from the miscarriages I had generally heard linked with her phrasing? ... read more »

Infertility and Donor Insemination

A woman may choose donor insemination for a number of reasons. The donor insemination process is a rather short one once a woman has chosen a donor. Upon doing so, the sperm from the donor is placed by a doctor into her cervix, uterus or fallopian tubes. ... read more »

IVF Success Rates

Many couples seem to have misconceptions about the rates of success from a procedure like in-vitro fertilization, IVF. ... read more »

Pregnancy After Hysterosalpingogram

Am I more likely to get pregnant? ... read more »

Less Pain After an HSG

Is it possible that I have less pain after my hysterosalpingogram (HSG)? ... read more »

ITI - What Is It?

During ITI, a larger volume of the ejaculate is used to deposit the sperm within the fallopian tube itself, usually with a small catheter that's threaded through the cervix and the uterine cavity. ... read more »