Knowing your chances of getting pregnant with any given approach in any given time frame is hugely helpful in finding success. One doctor explains what factors are involved in deciding between alternatives when trying to conceive.
Ovarian stimulating medications, commonly referred to as fertility drugs, have long been an effective means of improving fertility. Learn more about this and other fertility medications, and if they might be right for you.
More and more women who decide to put off having children until they're older also make the decision to freeze their eggs to preserve their future fertility. But who is footing the bill for this pricey procedure?
You’re over 35 and have decided—bring on the baby! Today in the US, more than one out of 12 first births are to women aged 35 years and over. But when you’re over 35 and trying to get pregnant, paying close attention to your reproductive health is a must.
Trying to conceive is like riding a roller coaster that won't stop. It's not so much going up that gets you—it's the fall on the other side. How can you stay positive while trying to conceive, especially if you are having trouble getting pregnant?
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