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If you have been TTC (trying to conceive) for awhile, you have probably found that there are some months or weeks or days or hours that are more stressful than others. At times, trying to get pregnant can be all consuming and also completely frustrating and emotionally depleting.
If you have experienced multiple miscarriages, the shape of your uterus may be to blame. Although it is not common, it is possible that you may have what is called a septate uterus. This happens when a wall of tissue that gets in between and separates the two sides of the uterus.
If you have been TTC (trying to conceive) for awhile with no luck, you have undoubtedly been reading everything you can get your hands on and talking with your doctor about potential problems. With the increasing number of "unexplained fertility" diagnoses handed out by the specialists, it becomes even more frustrating to try and figu
In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), Artificial Insemination (AI) and Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI); just a few of the many fertility assisted treatments and techniques available to most of us in the US, Canada and Australia. It is amazing to think about really…
I just read a wonderful interview of a now dad who talks openly and honestly about his journey with infertility. His writing has a gentle and loving spirit to it, making you want to read more. The dad, Denny Ceizyk has now done a number of interviews and is being sought out by RES
If you are a week past ovulation, there is a chance that you may have experienced a little spotting or bleeding. Many of us immediately start to panic and think that we are experiencing a miscarriage. But the truth is that the complete opposite may be true!
Over the years there have been a number of studies linking anti-depressants to male infertility issues. Because of a recent study, this topic has made it back into the news again. Researchers in the US have once again found that SSRIs (anti-depressants) may be wreaking havoc on male fertility.