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Before you decide on in vitro fertilization, it's important to know all the facts.
By Madeleine Williams, MPH
by Anna Herod
Research says women who use ART may face cardiovascular problems, but some doctors disagree.
by Austin Harvey
Among fertility treatments, intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization are most common
by Emily Courter
The first baby born from IVF in the U.S. just turned 40, and so much has changed since 1981.
by Laura Williams Bustos, ACSM EP-C
The latest research adds to mounting evidence Pfizer and Moderna are safe for pregnant people.
by Alisa Williams
While egg collection and embryo transfer are generally safe, there are risks to consider.
by Leah Emily Minoza
IVF is a good option for some people, but 'family balancing' has sparked a serious conversation.
Prepare yourself mentally and physically for the next step in your IVF journey.
Anticipate what's in store for this momentous step of the in vitro fertilization process.
by Anastasia Climan
If you struggle with infertility, here's what you should know before heading in for treatment.
While this medical procedure has highly successful outcomes, there are issues to consider.
by Giddy Staff
Understanding Women's Fertility
Understanding Reproductive Health
Pregnancy and Postpartum Life
A Guide to Female Fertility Tracking
Whether you're trying to conceive or stay child-free, understanding your fertility is key.
When Trying to Conceive, Men and Women Should Just Say No to Marijuana
Research results are conflicting, but doctors warn weed won't do you any fertility favors.
By Risa Kerslake
How Your Family Tree Impacts Fertility
Your genetics may be causing infertility. Here's what you should know.
By Jessy Humann
Environmental Factors That Can Impact Fertility
The list of possible dangers is long, but avoiding risky items may enable you to bear a child.
By Eric Schad
Queer-Friendly Conception Options for Hopeful Parents-To-Be
Family planning isn't just for straight couples.
By Lola Méndez