Category Archives: Infertility

Turner Syndrome – Knowing is Power

Everyone has heard of Down Syndrome, which is a chromosomal disorder that results from an extra copy of chromosome 21, instead of 2 copies of chromosome 21 individuals with down syndrome have 3 copies. This syndrome causes intellectual disabilities, unique facial/body characteristics, and high potential to develop medical conditions such as heart problems. What most people don’t know or have ever heard of is all the other chromosomal disorders. Unless you have a personal experience with these disorders, most people are oblivious.

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Trouble Conceiving? Fertility Problems? Need Help Getting Pregnant?

There are many reasons why you could possibly be having trouble becoming pregnant. These reasons include but are not limited to ovulating problems, blocked or damaged tubes, unexplained infertility or male infertility. Fortunately, there are a few medical procedures that can help. Continue reading

Future Fathers – How to Help Her Get Pregnant

When a couple is trying to get pregnant, all eyes usually fall on the woman. But, just as it takes two to tango, so it also takes two to make a baby. Conception isn’t just a woman’s responsibility. As a man, there are things you can do to increase the odds of making a baby. Continue reading

Male Fertility and Fertility Treatment – Sperm Fertility In Men

While infertility is typically considered a “female issue,” research is proving that one in every three occurrences of infertility are found in men. This can be a blow to a man’s ego, especially if he thinks it’s linked to his virility. However, these are two separate issues, and fertility in men can be helped by going to a sperm bank and receiving fertility treatment. Continue reading

Erectile Dysfunction – ED Treatment Options

Erectile dysfunction or ED is the inability to get and maintain an erection that is sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED is also known as impotence. ED can be an embarrassing problem, some men are tempted to look for treatment on their own. Continue reading