A compilation of resources to connect with other people going through infertility.
The increasing popularity of pregnancy planning apps led researchers to conduct a study on if these apps actually aid in helping women conceive or prevent pregnancy. They found that these apps do not account for many physical and external factors and should not be relied upon to achieve a pregnancy.
Fertility clinics can be intimidating and even uncomfortable, especially for men. To provide a sense of comfort for men who feel uneasy going to a fertility clinic, or even men who are unable to go to in person, they can easily provide a sperm sample using the new at-home sperm freezing kit.
Endometriosis is a horrific condition that one in ten women go through in their reproductive years. Recently, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first ever endometriosis pain-relieving medication called Elagolix. Elagolix is now able to help women that suffer from terrible pelvic pain by reducing the amount of estrogen in their body.
The Hebrew Free Loan is a loan that has helped many families struggling with fertility issues. These interest free loans have helped many families to be able to afford expensive fertility treatments, such as in vitro fertilization, and to be able to start a family of their own.
You may be feeling discouraged about your infertility journey, but know that you're not alone. When starting IVF, you may be nervous about the side affects, or if you will even become pregnant. Many famous celebrities such as Celine Dion, Kim Kardashian, and Courteney Cox have all used IVF and had successful pregnancies after years of infertility struggles.
Michaela Bates opens up about her struggle with infertility.
That first appointment can be overwhelming-- here are the major questions you should walk away with answers to
Study Reveals Connection Between Fertility Treatments and Time a Mother Spends Breastfeeding