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    The array of treatments for infertility can seem bewildering. Take the time to explore which treatments are right for you and your partner.


    Tubal ligation reversal is surgery to reopen, untie, or reconnect a woman's fallopian tubes so she can become pregnant.

    This slide show is an illustrated guide to eight kinds of treatment.

    Tubal cannulation is a procedure to help clear a blockage in the fallopian tubes.

    Indications and side effects for the most commonly-prescribed medications.

    This outpatient procedure removes endometriosis, one cause of infertility.

    This simple procedure can be a good initial treatment for infertility.

    How much does it cost? How often does it succeed? Find these and other details.

    This increasingly common procedure has a high success rate.

    Relaxation techniques may improve fertility for some women.

    Medications and lifestyle changes that can help you get pregnant.

    Medications and lifestyle changes that can help you get pregnant.

    This technology is used to treat sperm-related fertility problems.

    Using a surrogate mother -- surrogacy --  is still somewhat controversial. But it is one more option people have for having a baby through new reproductive technologies.

    It's a myth that relaxing or "giving it time" will overcome infertility. Fertility problems are medical in nature, and there are effective treatments.


    You’ll give your clinic a lot of trust—and a lot of cash. Take the time to choose the right one.

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