Doctors have now introduced a similar, but less intense, procedure than IVF called mini-IVF, which is also referred to as micro-IVF.
While the concept of donor eggs may be confusing, it is an available option for couples experiencing infertility.
During in vitro fertilization, an important stage involves transferring the fertilized embryo into the uterus for implantation.
For those planning a family later in life, it’s important to consider the risks, quality, and trends that occur with age.
In years past, family planning meant leaving things to chance. Today, that’s changed in almost every measurable way—including determining the sex of your baby.
Artificial insemination (AI) is a method that involves introducing sperm directly into a woman’s cervix or uterus to facilitate pregnancy.
For women going through in-vitro fertilization, the egg retrieval process is always met with a little hesitation. Because it’s considered a “surgery,” many patients are worried when coming in for their appointment. However, the entire procedure is incredibly fast, efficient, and virtually painless.
Clomid, or clomiphene citrate, is an oral medication used to treat female infertility.
DHEA is a hormone naturally produced by your adrenal glands – but it can also be taken as a supplement to improve fertility. But what is DHEA, and is it right for me?
Let’s explore the essential differences between these procedures that you need to know when you’re working on expanding your family.
Sperm—and sperm health—is a critical part of fertility. However, sperm tends to get a lot less coverage than other issues involving fertility. It’s time to give sperm some air time! (not literally, of course. Sperm doesn’t do so well in the air…)