While infertility is on the rise and estimates say that over 80% of couples have trouble getting pregnant, IVF has allowed infertile couples to produce their own biological offspring, yet it is not risk-free, and one of the larger threats is the potential for ovarian … [Read more...] about Considering IVF? First consider the ovarian cancer link
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In general, it's recommended to see an infertility specialist after 12 months of trying unsuccessfully to get pregnant if you are under 35 years of age or after 6 months if you are over 35 years of age. Many couples have a health history that warrants consulting a healthcare … [Read more...] about When should you see an infertility healthcare professional? Sooner rather than later
What is social egg freezing? Social egg freezing is a way to postpone motherhood due to career advancement, lack of a partner, or simply just not being ready to be a mother yet as opposed to freezing your eggs for medical reasons. In the past, egg freezing was only offered to … [Read more...] about Should social egg freezing become the norm?