Conceivable Option – When The Pathway to Parenthood is Not Linear

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The pathway to parenthood is not always linear. But understanding the treatment options available will help you to determine your emotional tolerances and physical endurance for exploring treatment and reaching the American dream of becoming a mom and dad.

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Infertility treatments may raise birth defect risk

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Babies born after the use of certain infertility treatments have a higher risk of birth defects than babies born to couples with no history of infertility, a large new study shows.

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Infertile Woman Gives Birth 5 Hours After She’s Declared Pregnant

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Amanda Prentice prayed for years that she and her husband would become pregnant, but she never got to enjoy that excitement of seeing two lines appear on a pregnancy test or seeing her growing baby on an ultrasound.

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The new face of infertility: 20-somethings

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TTC, in Internet-speak, means “trying to conceive.” Being labeled “infertile” or discovering a partner’s infertility is changing the life plans of many in their late 20s and early 30s

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In-Vitro fertilization (IVF): A hope for the infertile

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With celebs like Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao opting for IVF (In-vitro fertilization), people have become more aware of this option if they have problems conceiving. Once upon a time, In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) was largely popular among middle-aged women to … Continue reading →

Endometriosis: Often Undetected Cause of Infertility

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March is National Endometriosis Month By Treacy Colbert Women frequently learn that they have endometriosis only after seeking help for infertility. Two women who are having trouble getting pregnant may both have the condition, but it can manifest itself very … Continue reading →

Reproductive Technology Tips for Faith-Based Couples

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The technologies available to people who want to have a baby but struggle to conceive naturally are many and growing, such as medications, intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), donated eggs and sperm, surrogacy and genetic screening of embryos. … Continue reading →