4 Tips for Keeping Intimacy Alive During Infertility Treatment

As you get into treatment, you'll be told when to have sex and when to abstain and it can be easy to get caught up in the 'we have to have sex tonight because the doctor called' cycle. ... read more »

Psychiatric Disorders and Ineffective Infertility Treatment

Researchers in Denmark reviewed information collected during a Danish cohort involving more than 98,000 women in hopes of determining whether or not there was a connection between psychiatric disorders and ineffective infertility treatments. ... read more »

Infertility Treatments Don't Work

LONDON - A new study calls into question the use of two common infertility treatments for couples who have unexplained problems having children. ... read more »

Kisspeptin-Gpr54 Signaling Could Lead to New Fertility Treatments

A recent study brings scientists a step closer to understanding the critical connection between brain function and fertility. ... read more »

Infertility Treatment, Pregnancy and Prognosis of Endometrial Cancer

When a young patient is diagnosed with endometrial cancer, fertility may come into question. Women without children may be skeptical about having a hysterectomy before parenting at least one child. ... read more »

Intracranial KCI Injection for Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction

Researchers from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Peking University published a study in the journal Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy regarding the effectiveness of intracranial KCI injection as an alternative to intrathoracic KCI injection. ... read more »

Restricting the Number of Embryos Transferred Does Not Reduce Delivery Rates

Restricting the number of embryos transferred during fertility treatments does not decrease national birth rates, as long as the government combines the restriction with policy to reimburse patients for six rounds of these treatments. ... read more »

Fertility Treatment May Affect Fetus Size

A new study links fetal birth weight to type of conception. According to the study, infants conceived using fertility treatments are significantly smaller than infants born after natural conception. ... read more »

Fertility 101: Lesson 12 - Infertility Treatment Options

Knowing the exact cause will help you and your doctor decide how to treat and get you pregnant as soon as possible. ... read more »

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. ... read more »

Test-Tube Babies: Five Million and Counting

Louise Brown couldn't have known it but she made history when she was born in 1978. Her birth marked the beginning of a new baby boom that is gaining momentum every year. Louise was the world's first child born as a result of in vitro fertilization (IVF). ... read more »

Infertility and Fertility Issues Causes and Diagnosis - Clomid Pregnancy

babyMed provides fertility and infertility information and tips to couples trying to get pregnant. We also provide fertility tools to improve your chances of having a healthy pregnancy. ... read more »

Trending: Clinics Financing Fertility Treatments

Even though the array of procedures interests more people, the cost of assisted reproductive treatments (ART) can be daunting to some candidates. One encouraging trend, however, may make the price tag easier to live with. ... read more »

Egg, Sperm Recognition Mechanism Could Aid Infertility Diagnosis, Improve Treatment Options

Researchers at Cambridge University in England have unlocked the secret of attraction between sperm and egg at the exact moment of conception. ... read more »

Clomid Does Not Increase Long-Term Breast Cancer Risk

Women who took Clomid during treatment for infertility are not at increased risk for developing breast cancer, even if they took the drug 30 years ago, according to a new study. ... read more »

Tried-and-True Ways to Show Her Your Love on Valentine’s Day

Denny Ceizyk has experienced infertility from the male perspective and he shares his perspective in an endearing blog called Almost a Father. ... read more »

Finance IVF: the Top 3 Ways for Credit-Challenged Couples

IVF is expensive. There's no getting around it. Most health insurance companies won't pay for it and the government doesn't offer you a certain number of free rounds like in some European countries. ... read more »

US Fertility Scorecard by State

If states could be graded according to how infertility friendly they are, Alaska, New Hampshire, and Wyoming would earn an “F,” according to RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. ... read more »

Simple Procedure Improves Male Fertility

Correcting varicose veins in scrotum boosts sperm count, motility, study finds. ... read more »

Alternatives to Expensive IVF – I Can’t Afford the Treatments

Infertility is hard and some couples have put house, job and life on the market to pay for infertility treatments. When the money is simply not there – couples can choose from alternatives that cost must less than one cycle of IVF. ... read more »

Celebrities Make Pregnancy Look Easy: Hidden Infertility

Behind many of the 40-year-old first-time Hollywood mothers is a deep, dark secret that leaves many women angry, frustrated and resentful. Hollywood is full of women who’ve gotten pregnant with the help of a fertility expert, but they deny it with all they have. ... read more »

My Infertility Journey: Time to Finally Consider IVF (Part 8)

We had now been actively trying to get pregnant for nearly four years and unofficially for seven years before that. Nothing we had tried so far had worked. The acupuncture was the only thing that even produced a noticeable physical difference. ... read more »

Supporting Your Wife Through Infertility Treatment - What to Say

It's no secret that going through infertility treatment can be stressful for a couple. That being said, there are a lot of things that you can do to make the process a little easier on your partner. ... read more »

Micro IVF

In-vitro fertilization is a costly infertility treatment that involves expensive oral and injected medications that promote superovulation resulting in the release of multiple eggs. The eggs are harvested and paired with sperm in a lab where the sperm fertilizes the egg. ... read more »

Trying to Get Pregnant But Having Trouble - What Options Do I Have?

Trying to get pregnant but having trouble? When infertility problems leave a couple without the ability to conceive a child of their own, there are options for parenthood that will bring that little joy home. ... read more »

Male Infertility Inherited?

Young men whose parents had difficulty conceiving are likely to have relatively poor sperm quality, a new study shows -- offering evidence that fertility problems are at least partly inherited in some cases. ... read more »