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Roughly 48 million women are affected by infertility. Infertility is triggered by various causes such as nutrition, illnesses and other uterine abnormalities. Infertility impacts millions of women and varies in cultural and social stigmatization. Although female infertility factors can be classified as either genetic or acquired, female infertility is usually more or less a combination.

Multiple Miscarriages

Having a miscarriage can be a very devastating experience for both you and your partner. Having multiple miscarriages can be extremely traumatic and may make you feel as though you’ll never have a baby. If you’ve

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Freezing Your Eggs

Freezing your eggs, also known as oocyte cryopreservation, has only recently become a viable option for those women who want to preserve their eggs for future use. The reality is that there is a limited supply

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Unexplained Infertility

If you and your partner have been trying for one year to conceive and you still aren’t pregnant it’s most likely time to see your doctor and get tested for infertility. But what do you do if

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Secondary Infertility Causes

Secondary infertility causes are common for many people and accounts for up to 60 per cent of infertility problems. Many couples are waiting until their late thirties and early forties to have their first baby.  This

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Types of Infertility

When you and your partner are trying to have a baby, how do you know when you’re having fertility problems? When should you start being concerned with month after month goes by and you not conceiving?

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Stress and Infertility

When you and your partner are trying hard to conceive, it can be very stressful when month after month goes by and you’re still not pregnant. Studies show that stress and infertility are directly related. You may

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Diabetes and Infertility

If you and your partner have been having unprotected sex for one year and still haven’t gotten pregnant there may be some fertility factors related to diabetes and infertility that you need to start looking at.

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Fertility and Age

In the past ten years, more and more couples are choosing to wait until they are in their 30s and 40s to have their first baby. The problem with this is that infertility problems increase with

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Female Infertility Tests

The reality is that in the United States alone about 10 per cent of all couples trying to conceive will have problems with infertility. It’s important that both women and men are tested to see what

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