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Fertility & Having Children

Sex and Infertility: Commitment to One Another is Key

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 25, 2014

From the moment a couple decides to have a baby together, their perspective on their sex life changes. For most couples, there is a new tenderness and intimacy between them that comes with the shared intention to start a new life together.

Low Cost Fertility Treatment

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 24, 2014

In vitro fertilization, once seen as miraculous, is now mainstream in rich countries. Soon it may be cheap enough to help infertile people in poor places, too. 

Madness of Infertility: The Often-Untold Man's Perspective

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 23, 2014

When Stuart Burkhalter and his wife, Julie, were ready to have a baby, she started taking vitamins and the couple packed for one final fling. Pregnancy, they figured, was as easy as deciding to try.

They Want a Baby. The Economy Won’t Play Along

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 22, 2014

America's birth rates are still near a historic low. One couple's lesson in the new economics of having a child.

Gene Crucial For Embryo Implantation Discovered; May Offer Important Insight Into Variety Of Infertility Issues

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 21, 2014

A study led by researchers from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has identified a crucial molecular key to healthy embryo implantation and pregnancy. The gene, called Wnt5a, was found to be absolutely critical for the healthy embryo implantation in the uterus wall, according to a press release.

Maintaining Fertility

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 21, 2014

For women today, a yearly check-up with your healthcare provider is an essential part of maintaining your fertility health at every age. The maker of First Response asked its panel of experts to share tips every woman should take to her doctor to maintain optimal fertility health at every age.

CDC Releases Final National Public Health Action Plan for the Detection, Prevention and Management of Infertility

ASRM Bulletins July 18, 2014

Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the final version of its National Public Health Action Plan for the Detection, Prevention and Management of Infertility.

'Our Family is Complete:' Legal Barriers Don't Stop Gay Couple from Having a Baby

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 18, 2014

Robin Delgatto spends his days in his Chicago home like most other stay-at-home parents. The 34-year-old father's time is spent feeding his two-month-old daughter Ivy Elizabeth Delgatto, changing her diapers and monitoring naps.

Pregnancy Loss Linked to Later Heart Disease

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 17, 2014

Miscarriages and stillbirths might be a marker for women at higher risk of developing heart disease later in life, an observational study suggested.

Stay Up Late? How It Could Hurt Your Fertility

Headlines in Reproductive Medicine July 17, 2014

Women who want to become pregnant or are expecting a baby should avoid light during the night, a new report suggests.

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