Lisa McCarty and Dr. Sigal Klipstein, a reproductive endocrinologist, explain the signs of Asherman’s – and when you should see a specialist.
Can Netflix help with childhood cancer treatment? Microplastics may be messing with sex hormones. Red-flag warning signs of cancer. Your child’s drink may be toxic.
Because of the lack of discussion, many men wait too long to seek help for fertility issues. Dr. Scott Lundy, a urologist at the Cleveland Clinic, discusses different causes of male infertility and common treatment options men may not know about.
Experts explain that it may not be as good a thing as we may think, and cite nations like Japan and Italy which are facing labor shortages and elderly populations as a result of less-than-replacement-level fertility.
An author/journalist who has donated twice with vastly different results discusses the technology and what to look out for when approaching egg donation.
Experts explain that dropping fertility rates in the US may not be as good a thing as we may think, and may lead to labor shortages and elderly populations.
An author and journalist who has donated twice with vastly different results discusses the technology and what to look out for when approaching egg donation.
Infertility is often due to poor egg quality, or chromosomal damage. Some of this damage may occur in the egg's mitochondria, the cell's powerhouse. A new procedure seeks to replace mitochondria in old eggs with fresher mitochondria to improve egg quality. However, some doctors say there haven't been enough studies to know if the procedure is either safe or …
More than five million children have been born as a result of in-vitro fertilization, but many are born as twins, triplets and even quadruplets. Experts discuss the challenges that result in multiple births and new technology that promises to reduce the number of multiples in IVF.