As a fertility researcher and specialist in reproductive health, I frequently get this question: "what can I do to increase my odds of conceiving?" It's a tricky question to answer because every couple is a little bit different.Read Full Story
According to fertility experts, U.K. demand for egg freezing has increased by 407 percent in the last 12 months. Additionally, enquiries at private clinics have doubled, and the age of women seeking fertility treatment is falling.Read Full Story
Last week Cobie Smulders revealed she battled ovarian cancer at age 25. Today, she is 33 and has two children which she was told she would not be able to conceive naturally. Spoiler alert: She did.Read Full Story
Let's face it, the past year was not the most fun for you. You have gone through many perils, expenses and disappointments during your infertility journey. New Year's Eve is a time to, in Taylor Swift's words, shake it off.Read Full Story
A doctor in the U.K. is proposing that women get paid time off each month for their menstrual cycle. Dr. Gedis Grudzinskas, a London-based obstetrician and gynecologist, says that many women are so sickened by their period that they should be allowed to stay home so they can rest and come back better employees. At first glance, this seems totally sexist right?Read Full Story
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