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Risks of Twins, Triplets May Prompt IVF Patients to Opt for Singletons

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 18, 2014

A new study bolsters the argument that fertility doctors should transfer just one embryo at a time when they are trying to help women give birth.

Advances May Improve Success Rate for In-Vitro Fertilization

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 18, 2014

New techniques offer the possibility of improving a patient's odds of having a baby through in-vitro fertilization.

Why Do We Treat Infertility Like It’s Just Rich Women’s Problem?

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 17, 2014

When Ann V. Bell, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Delaware, started combing through infertility research back in 2008, it didn’t take long for her to notice a pretty gaping hole: The existing infertility literature focused almost exclusively on the experience of affluent white women.

Woman Gives Birth to Triplets From Two Separate Wombs

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 17, 2014

A woman in England is considered a true medical miracle, giving birth to triplets from two separate wombs — a rare condition known to affect one in 1 million women worldwide.

NHS Accused Of Rationing Fertility Treatments

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 16, 2014

The NHS has been accused of rationing fertility treatment for couples who desperately want to have a baby.

Mommy Monday: Fertility Facts

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 16, 2014

One in eight couples will have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. There's a lot of information out there, but how much do you know about fertility?

Senate Lifts Restrictions On IVF Embryo Screenings

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 16, 2014

Parliament has decided in principle to ease restrictions on embryo screenings as part of a reform of the law on reproductive medicine.

Pill Becomes Passe as Women Urged to Consider Other Forms of Contraception

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 15, 2014

Having sexually liberated women for over half a century, the pill is now becoming passe.  Family planning advisers are urging women and clinicians to consider alternative methods of contraception such as long-acting reversible contraception, or LARCs, which have overtaken the pill in terms of convenience and effectiveness and have fewer side-effects.

So You Think You Know Where Babies Come From?

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 15, 2014

We know a lot about the world around us. We know a lot about ourselves and how we work. We even know where babies come from, and this is no mean feat. Imagine it's 350BC, and you're trying to work it out, with no textbooks, and no microscopes.

Just How Terrible Is Endometriosis?

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine September 15, 2014

Few diagnoses are more upsetting for women than endometriosis. Of course, the various female cancers, heart disease, and other life-threatening diseases and disorders are devastating, but endometriosis is a diagnosis that may well mean lifelong troubles ranging from menstrual pain to bowel or bladder dysfunction to infertility, while also possibly making a woman more prone to some of the other devastating health issues. A new study by Monash University researchers confirms just how burdensome a diagnosis of endometriosis can be.

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