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Having a Hysterosalpingogram - Do I have Tubal Blockage?

12th April 2010
There are many reasons why a woman may not be able to conceive a child without a doctor's assistance. This could be due to a number of factors such as endometriosis, a partner with a low sperm count or even a condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome. ... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Common Symptoms of Being Infertile

15th March 2010
Women and men are both equally affected by the health condition called infertility. The next natural step for striving parents is to seek a solution or treatment. There are several medical procedures including artificial reproductive technologies (ART) su... Read >
Author: Justin

Pregnancy Success Stories After 40 Years of Age

01st March 2010
As women pass 40 years of age and consider getting pregnant, they often seek pregnancy success stories from other women as a first step in exploring their chances of conceiving. While the stories of others are certainly motivational, speaking with a ferti... Read >
Author: Justin

Trying to Conceive After Tubal Reversal - Get Advice From a Pro

22nd February 2010
For women who are trying to conceive a child, the process can be very frustrating if it's not working out. However, women can feel very frustrated in themselves if the cause of their inability to get pregnant was created by choosing to have a tubal ligati... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Tubal Surgery for Blocked Fallopian Tubes - Better than IVF?

12th February 2010
There are millions of women all over the world who experience infertility each year. However, some of these women did not realize at the beginning that their problem is from blocked fallopian tubes. The fallopian tubes are the narrow channels that con... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Trying to Conceive After Getting Your Tubes Tied - Things To Know

08th February 2010
Many women opt to have their tubes tied after having what they believe to be their last child. While we all make decisions that we sometimes regret, women who have had a tubal ligation can have this regret based upon changing life circumstances. Now they ... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Child Birth Statistics and Interesting Facts – Info to Know

29th January 2010
Childbirth statistics are interesting to researchers, the media, and the general public alike. Who had a baby, who is having one, and who has been assisted with in vitro fertilization (IVF), are facts about childbirth that nearly everyone wants to know. ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Trying to Conceive a Pregnancy after Tubal Ligation - 2 Choices

10th September 2009
There are many women who choose to undergo a procedure known as tubal ligation because they don't want any more children. At some point in the future thousands of these women who have had their tubes tied change their minds. They now would like to have a ... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Post Tubal Reversal Menstrual Cycle

19th June 2009
There are a number of people that have a second thought after having a tubal ligation surgery. Although, Tubal ligation is a permanent sterilization, there are ways to get pregnant again. The first option is by having tubal reversal surgery. The second op... Read >
Author: Terry Johnson

Advantages of IVM cycle over IVF Cycle

05th June 2009
Dominant Follicle Diameter Helps Select Optimal Day for Oocyte Retrieval in IVM Cycles In vitro maturation (IVM), a novel assisted reproduction technique, reduces risks associated with in vitro fertilization (IVF) as the eggs are retrieved, matured and f... Read >
Author: Rotunda

Greater chances of getting pregnant with IVF Treatments for womens under 35

05th June 2009
IVF treatments often work for women under 35Women under 35 who undergo six cycles of in vitro fertilization have up to an 86 percent chance of giving birth, a new study found.But for women over 40, the odds are less than 50 percent -- in some cases, signi... Read >
Author: Rotunda

The Pros And Cons Of Adult Stem Cells

01st June 2009
Years ago, scientists became intensely interested in the inner-workings of embryonic stem cells. At just three to five days old, this mass of protean cells were a blank canvas, yet under normal circumstances, these cells would develop into tissues, organs... Read >

The Benefits and Risks Associated with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

19th May 2009
If you are considering having in vitro fertilization (IVF) to conceive, it is important that you know more about the procedure before having it. One of the things you should know more about are the common benefits and risks associated with the procedure. ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

What is Female Reproductive Surgery? Is it Right for You?

16th April 2009
Female reproductive surgery is defined as any surgical procedure that needs to be performed on the female reproductive organs. Female reproductive surgery can also be used for the treatment of disease, injuries or any sort of deformity. Female reproduc... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

The Average Cost of Egg Donor Treatment and Financing Options

16th April 2009
There are many ways for a couple to tackle their infertility problems. One of these ways is by using an egg donor. Of course, if you are considering this option of egg donation, it is wise that you know how much this process costs in comparison to other i... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry
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