Ways of Preventing Infertility – Info from a Denver Fertility Clinic

Fertility Preservation The growing population may be a cause for concern in some countries, but there are millions of infertile couples across the world struggling to have a baby. It’s not just women who have been facing the problem of infertility. Modern day lifestyle has adversely i
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How to Tell If You Have an Infertility Problem

Couples should be concerned that they have an infertility problem if they have tried to conceive for 6 months unsuccessfully.  At the six month mark women over 35 should see a specialist immediately and those under 35 should get an Ovulation predictor kit and start paying attention to
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Part IV: What Are the Common Causes of Infertility?

In recognition of National Infertility Awareness Week, Rocky Mountain Fertility Center is publishing a 7 Part Series on Infertility (one each day). For Part IV, we discuss the Common Causes of Infertility There are a number of factors that can cause infertility.  Problems in the femal
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The Benefits of Ovulation Induction – info from a Fertility Doctor

Ovulation induction is a procedure that can help non-menopausal women who are not ovulating release eggs and possibly become pregnant. Ovulation induction  is generally very effective and depending upon the reason for the lack of ovulation up to 80% of anovulatory (not ovulating) woma
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Failure to Conceive – What Does it Mean?

Repeated attempts at conceiving are frustrating for any couple trying to get pregnant. Failure brings up a variety of self-doubt, insecurities, and fear in men and women. But what does the failure to conceive really mean? Couples often underestimate the time it takes to get pregnant.
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Understanding Infertility – When Should I Seek Treatment?

Understanding Infertility – When Should I Seek Treatment? According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, infertility is a reproductive system disease that impairs the conception of children.  Conception is a complicated process that depends on a wide range of factors, in
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