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A variety of variables may lead to infertility in couples, but they are not all medically related. Some lifestyle choices may affect fertility just as much as health conditions, if not more. It is crucial for promising parents to live a healthy lifestyle while trying for a baby. The personal decisions made by both men and women can play an important role in whether they become pregnant or not.


If you and your partner want to become parents but are having difficulty getting pregnant for any number of reasons, surrogacy may be a good option for you. This process allows you to have a biological

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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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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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Obesity and Infertility

Long-term studies show that there is a direct link between obesity and infertility. Not only do women who are overweight have problems conceiving naturally. They also have lower success rates when it comes to in vitro

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Diabetes and Male Infertility

Diabetes and Male Infertility is linked to many different diseases and continuing research indicates this disorder can adversely affect the quality of a man’s sperm and eventually lead to infertility as well as pregnancy complications for women.

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PCOS and Infertility

PCOS and Fertility PCOS, or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, is one of the most prominent causes of infertility for women experiencing problems getting pregnant. Up to ten percent of women who are of childbearing age may have

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