Through their new insurance directive, New York State is taking steps to ensure that all couples and individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, do not have to deal with discriminatory policies and costs when it comes to fertility treatments.
If you are interested in starting your family, connecting with fertility professionals, or just want to learn more about what fertility options are available to you, the upcoming American Fertility Expo this spring might be the best next step for you.
As improvements in fertility treatment increase and IVF continues to be safe and effective, more people are turning to this type of fertility treatment for help. This increase in IVF success can be specifically seen in the UK, where IVF success rates have been climbing since the 1990s and early 2000s.
A New Study Finds a Correlation Between Women's Reproductive Health and Cardiovascular Outcomes
How Antioxidants May Not Be As Effective for Fertility As Previously Believed
Scientists discovered the PIN1 protein, a key protein which could be used in male fertility treatments.
Scientists discover a key correlation between mitochondrial DNA and sperm quality.
While not originally found in semen, coronavirus has been found in semen, but it is unlikely that the disease can be spread in this way.
Influencers open up about their fertility journey
Breastfeeding and the duration breastfeeding is sustained with a woman’s first child has a measured impact on whether the woman will have more children. A study has found that women who breastfeed their first child for five months or longer are more likely to have three or more children, and less likely to have only one child, than women who breastfeed for shorter durations or not at all.
Surprisingly, no laws exist surrounding a certain aspect of being a sperm donor; it is technically not illegal for a doctor to donate their own sperm to a patient without informing them.
Details on South Korea's 'Penis Park'
The current state and consequences of America's decreasing fertility rate