Women's Fertility

IVF

The Basics
What to Consider
What to Expect

The Basics

Research says women who use ART may face cardiovascular problems, but some doctors disagree.

Among fertility treatments, intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization are most common

The first baby born from IVF in the U.S. just turned 40, and so much has changed since 1981.

The identical twins continue to share everything.

What to Consider

The latest research adds to mounting evidence Pfizer and Moderna are safe for pregnant people.

While egg collection and embryo transfer are generally safe, there are risks to consider.

IVF isn't for everyone—be sure to weigh the pros and cons.

IVF is a good option for some people, but 'family balancing' has sparked a serious conversation.

What to Expect

Prepare yourself mentally and physically for the next step in your IVF journey.

The process is challenging both physically and mentally—be prepared.

Anticipate what's in store for this momentous step of the in vitro fertilization process.

If you struggle with infertility, here's what you should know before heading in for treatment.