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Women's Fertility

Understanding Women's Fertility

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If you're a woman who's trying to conceive, you should first know these facts.

The Basics
Factors in Fertility
Freezing Eggs and Embryos
Improving Fertility
Coping with Infertility

The Basics

The Facts About Women's Fertility

How much control do we have over the factors that determine fertility?

Science is giving mothers with certain genetic diseases the chance to have a healthy baby.

The fertility conversation is inevitably emotional, but it doesn’t have to freak everyone out.

If you're a smoker, you could be putting your fertility and future children at risk.

Factors in Fertility

Factors in Fertility

There are a number of things both partners should keep track of when trying to get pregnant.

Two lesbian couples discuss the ins and outs of pregnancy.

Travelers beware: The virus is still a cause for concern in many countries.

Though the symptoms are similar to menopause, you may still be able to get pregnant with POI.

Freezing Eggs and Embryos

The Facts About Freezing Eggs and Embryos

Freezing your eggs or embryos is a step toward conceiving in the future.

Egg freezing offers an amazing—but risky and complex—choice for women's reproductive plans.

Fertility preservation may be the key to having a family after cancer treatment.

Looking to start a family one day? Here's what you need to know about freezing eggs or embryos.

Improving Fertility

Improving Women's Fertility

Understanding fertility and the lifestyle choices that affect it are crucial to conception.

The widening fertility window gives your biological clock a few more years to tick down.

Options outside of IVF exist. Are they right for you?

You can still maximize your chances of getting pregnant after the age of 35.

Coping with Infertility

Coping With Women's Infertility

An infertility diagnosis can be shocking. Knowing how to cope can help.

Coping skills are essential to navigating fertility issues effectively.

If you’re struggling to conceive, you still have many options to consider.

Adopting an embryo may provide a path to parenthood for couples with infertility issues.

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