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UK Doctors Discuss IVF

A survey of doctors in the UK has taken a look at some of the issues and concerns surrounding IVF in this country. The issue of primary concern is whether or not the national health care system should cover IVF as a medical treatment; the majority of doctors seem to think that this is indeed somethi ... Continue Reading

UK May Start Teaching Kids How to Get Pregnant

When we think about sex education in our schools, we are generally concerned about teaching teens how to avoid getting pregnant. Whether you're a believer in abstinence or someone who thinks that teens should learn all about contraception, you almost certainly think that kids should be learning how ... Continue Reading

Type 2 Diabetes Increases Male Factor Infertility

About half of the time when a couple is having problems with fertility, the problems are due in part or completely the issues related to the fertility of the male. Those men who are suffering from Type 2 Diabetes should be aware of the fact that the disease can have an impact on their fertility and ... Continue Reading

Twin Risk

A recent study is showing a link between twins born from In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and artificial insemination and health complications. The study went on to say that twins conceived from fertility treatments were more likely to be hospitalized due to serious perinatal issues like: low birth wei ... Continue Reading

Top 10 Infertility Myths -From Kim Elise Goldman -About.com

Fertility and infertility are areas that invite a lot of speculation and myth. The problem is that most of the things you'll think are common knowledge aren't born out by medical science. Here are some of the most common myths about trying to get pregnant busted 1) Myth: Getting pregnant is easy. A ... Continue Reading

Touching Book: Choice

Most women who are having difficulty conceiving a child are not going to think to pick up the new book called Choice. That's because the book is most well-known for providing true first-hand stories by women who have had abortions. A woman desperate to have a child doesn't really think to read about. Continue Reading

Too Wired

Studies are emerging about the dangers of our youth population being too technologically wired. A recent case shows the possible link between laptops (literally on our laps) and male infertility. Laptop use is considered to be damaging to sperm quantity and quality – two factors crucial to succes ... Continue Reading

Too much IVF?

Women dealing with infertility are often sent to a specialist in order to undergo in vitro fertilization procedures. However, some doctors believe that IVF is being performed on too many women who may not need the procedure. Doctors may be overlooking male infertility issues which are repairable. . Continue Reading

To Heck with Low-Fat, Eat Ice Cream

There's not a lot of good research out there yet on connections between nutrition and fertility, but the body of literature is growing. Nutrition impacts are huge in virtually any realm of health, physical and mental, so there's always been a bunch of folks out there who are just waiting on the edge. Continue Reading

The Good and Bad of High Risk Pregnancies

A recent news report pointed out a fact that many people might consider to be alarming and that fact is that the number of high risk pregnancies is on the rise in the United States. More women are having trouble with conceiving and more women are experiencing pregnancies that are prone to complicati ... Continue Reading

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