These could be the potential cause of your pain or heavy bleeding during your period.
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This article explores the different options women have to test their fertility. These include visiting a doctor, the possible treatments they may prescribe, and ways of testing at-home.
We are experiencing a time like no other, with the world left wondering when things will return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers are working to help women that suffered from cancer at a young age with 3D printed bioprosthetic ovaries. These ovaries take structural proteins from a pig's ovaries and are able to surgically replace a woman's real ovaries to allow the woman a new start at having a family.
The LINE-1 gene, otherwise known as the "jumping gene" affects a woman's eggs in the reproductive system. Researchers are aware of the dangers of this gene on women's fertility and are trying to get a better understanding of the gene and the issues it causes.
Researchers have found a new non-invasive treatment that can be used on older women that are trying to become pregnant. This treatment helps to restore the quality of a women's eggs, along with restoring her egg number, to ensure a safe, healthy pregnancy for any women over the age of 35.
Fitness trainer and CEO of the Fit Body app, Anna Victoria, is expecting her first baby with the help of IVF with her husband, Luca Ferretti, after years of infertility struggles.
Vaping is a popular alternative to smoking that millions of people throughout the world do to try to wean themselves off of smoking, or because many people believe that it is “safer” than cigarettes. Studies show that vaping can have long term effects on a woman’s body, especially for their fertility and if they wish to become pregnant.
The Peanut app now has a space called Trying to Conceive which is meant to be a safe space for women to talk about fertility. Women can download the app now to join the conversation.
The HPV vaccine is becoming more popular despite fears of it causing infertility. A new study says this concern has no basis at all.
How the field of uterine donation has been opened up by the first successful use of a uterus from a deceased donor
Studies show that diets low in certain minerals can influence ovulation.