Question From Reader: How can I learn to trust my body after having in vitro fertilization? How am I supposed to be confident in my body’s ability to give birth when it feels like it failed to get pregnant? [Read more...]
New research has been published which suggest that children born from IVF have a higher chance of developing asthma.
New research has been published, suggesting that children who are born as a result of IVF and other fertility treatments have a slightly higher chance of developing asthma. But the findings have been qualified by the researchers, who said that the small sample size meant that parents shouldn’t be too worried. [Read more...]
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When my husband and I married in 1985, he was 32 and I was almost 30. Having had one child from a previous marriage and also dealing with his ex-wife having a tubal pregnancy, he had previously undergone a vasectomy. Now, however, the circumstances were different and we both wanted children.
The first bill of order would be a vasectomy reversal. That procedure was successful, but we were not successful in conceiving after that on our own. [Read more...]
Video by: The Doctors
OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how an (IVF) in-vitro fertilization procedure is being performed and how IVF can help you become pregnant after infertility or miscarriage. [Read more...]
Forty may be the new thirty and fifty may be the new forty but nobody told our reproductive systems. And never has society provided more assistance in convincing us of our new younger status, via the mega industries of cosmetic enhancement and reproductive assistance. [Read more...]
It is hard even for the most ardent of researchers to isolate IVF as solely responsible for the successful pregnancy of women afflicted with endometriosis. However, one thing’s for sure, with the help of IVF endometriosis can be conquered by women who want to conceive. [Read more...]
By Hope Collins
Every year in the U. S., millions of lives are affected by infertility. Fortunately for many of those people, they will be able to conceive using treatments that are both economical and uncomplicated. A small percentage of those people suffering from infertility, however, will be recommended to undergo In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) in order to have a good chance to become pregnant. These unlucky few will very likely need to pay for the high cost of IVF out of their own pocket because their insurance will not cover the IVF treatment. [Read more...]