WOMEN FERTILITY

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Mothers with postnatal depression reluctant to have more than two children

Mothers who have postnatal depression are unlikely to have more than two children according to research carried out by evolutionary anthropologists the University of Kent and published by Evolution, Medicine...read more

Trying to Conceive: 12 Tips for Women

The desire to have children can encourage some women to make healthier lifestyle choices. They may become more conscious of the foods, beverages and drugs they put into their bodies,...read more

Woman marries anonymous sperm donor after tracking him down and falling in love

A woman who had a child through IVF has tied the knot with her anonymous sperm donor after she tracked him down and fell in love with him. Aminah Hart,...read more

Blood Test can Predict Fertility in Women?

NBC news covers a story of a possible IVF blood test that can predict a woman's fertility. Also, an IVF patient talks about her experience and the blood test. Baby...read more

10 Things You Don't Know About Your Fertility

7x7.com writes about 10 things that you may not know about fertility: Whether you're trying to get pregnant soon or planning to wait a decade, everyone should know the medical...read more

15 Factors Affecting Woman's Fertility

This article on health.com shows users 15 factors that have an impact on a Woman's Fertility. They also continue to describe how each factor affects a woman's fertility. 15 thing...read more

Laparoscopy (Pelvic): Uses, Risks and Benefits

A pelvic laparoscopy is a surgical procedure in which an instrument called a laparoscope is used through a small incision in the abdomen. With these small incisions being only approximately...read more

Fertility treatment: Lesbian couple says criteria for free care 'impossible to meet'

A lesbian couple who cannot get free fertility treatment claim they are being indirectly discriminated against because of their sexuality. The women were initially told by health professionals they could...read more

Childhood chemo: how does it affect fertility later in life?

Childhood cancer survivors have long been concerned about their future ability to reproduce. New research published in The Lancet Oncology puts some of these worries to bed but at the...read more

Birth control pill for men steps closer

Researchers believe they are moving closer to creating the world's first birth control pill for men, after identifying ways to make a number of promising drug candidates more suitable for...read more

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