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  1. Infertility and In Vitro Fertilization

    Learn more about in vitro fertilization -- or IVF -- including how it's done and success rates.

  2. Infertility and Artificial Insemination

    Artificial insemination is a technique doctors often recommend first to couples having trouble conceiving. WebMD tells you more about the process.

  3. How Do Exercise, Weight, and Age Affect Fertility?

    Exercise, weight, and age are factors that can affect fertility. Find out how from WebMD.

  4. Addicted to Hope for a Child

    Is it time to stop trying to get pregnant? WebMD offers guidance on the limits of fertility treatments.

  5. Frequently Asked Questions About Infertility

    WebMD helps answer key questions about infertility.

  6. Donor Eggs in Fertility Treatments

    If a couple cannot be helped through procedures such as in vitro fertilization, they may want to consider using donor eggs. WebMD explains the process, including what a legal contract with an egg donor should spell out.

  7. Cancer, Premature Menopause, and Infertility

    Treatment for cancer can result in premature menopause and infertility. WebMD helps you understand how treatment will affect you and ways you can preserve fertility.

  8. Luteal Phase Defect

    WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of luteal phase defect, a disruption in the menstrual cycle that can make it difficult for a woman to become or remain pregnant.

  9. Infertility & Reproduction Guide - Topic Overview

    Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) do not ovulate regularly and often have difficulty becoming pregnant. Although the medicine clomiphene (Clomid) is commonly used to stimulate ovulation,it doesn't work for some women with PCOS. This is because PCOS ovulation problems are linked to an imbalance of multiple body systems. Often other treatment measures can restore balance to the body's ...

  10. Infertility & Reproduction Guide - Topic Overview

    Radiation and chemotherapy treatment for cancer can cause infertility in both men and women. High doses of radiation and alkylating chemotherapy (such as chlorambucil,cyclophosphamide,and nitrogen mustard) pose the highest risk of damaging egg and sperm. But some people suffer no fertility effects. In general,the higher the dose and the longer the treatment,the greater the risk to your ...

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