One of the most frequently asked questions at babyMed is "when should we see an infertility specialist?" Infertility specialists are sometimes called Reproductive Endocrinologists or RE. If you have been trying to conceive (TTC) without success for one year (or six months if you are over 35), you may want to consider getting a referral to see an RE. Take the interactive Infertility Specialist Assessment tool HERE

When Should You See an Infertility Specialist?

Learn when you should make an appointment. ... read more »

Fertility Check-Ups Growing Trend for 20-Something Women

A recent news segment broadcast on Chicago’s local CBS TV station spotlights a growing trend for seemingly healthy women in their 20s: fertility assessments. ... read more »

What Are Primary and Secondary Infertility?

When a couple has never been able to conceive they are diagnosed with primary infertility, and when they were able to conceive before but now have problems getting pregnant again they are diagnosed with secondary infertility. ... read more »

Do You Need an Infertility Specialist?

Been trying for a while? It may be time to see an infertility specialist. ... read more »

Khloe Kardashian: Fertility Rumors Put to Rest

Rumors have persisted for months surrounding Khloe Kardashian's fertility troubles, but on this week's season finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the public finally learned the truth. ... read more »

Men Without Children At Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Researchers recently revealed that having children decreases a man's risk of cardiovascular disease. ... read more »

Robitussin and Fertility

Does Robitussin help fertility? ... read more »

For Guys - What to Expect at the Fertility Doctor

While you know in your mind that a medical issue that causes you fertility problems doesn't reflect on your manhood, psychologically it can be a different story. It's intimidating. ... read more »

Fertility Preservation in Cancer Survivors

It is estimated that 10% of all cancer diagnoses are made in patients during reproductive years. Cancer treatments can cause permanent loss of fertility, but patients may not be educated on currently available means of protecting fertility prior to cancer treatments. ... read more »

First Cycle Poor Response and IVF Cancellation

Multiple fertility treatments are available for women facing infertility. Finding the right treatment reduces the overall cost and improve outcome. Clinical studies aim to aid fertility doctors in choosing the right treatment for select groups of women. ... read more »

What Happens When I Want Another Baby - Infertility Revisited

When a couple fights the battle of infertility they are lost in the moment, the fight, the struggle and – hopefully – the success. ... read more »

What Home Fertility Tests are Available?

It is a huge step to make an appointment with a fertility specialist. Many couples wait months to years before making an appointment. Some claim the cost of fertility help is just too high and others want to wait one more month to see if the test finally reads positive. ... read more »

Asking Intimate Questions about Infertility

Where does a woman turn when she’s too embarrassed or too scared to ask the most intimate questions of her health care providers? ... read more »