Age & Fertility

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M.O. asks from Seattle

I am 39 years old. I want another baby. Because of career changes and other circumstances in our lives, my husband and I waited to have a second child. Now we are ...


Need Info on Increasing Fertility

R.F. asks from San Francisco

i am 42 years could you till me what is good for can i prepare...?


Injectable Fertility Medication

D. asks from Minneapolis

Has anyone been diagnosed with PCOS and taken injectable fertility medication? If so, how many trys did it take until you were pregnant and what was your experience ...


Trying to Conceive - Fertility Problems

W.S. asks from Atlanta

I was not able to have my first daughter until I was 36, due to problems conceiving because of Polycyctic Ovary Disease as well as Hypothyroidism. We are trying to co...


Fertility Pills - Natural (Over the Counter)

J.P. asks from Chicago

This may seem like a silly question, but if I dont ask I would never know. Is there any sort of natural or over the counter type of pill to take to help increase ...


Advice on Fertility Drugs

K.M. asks from Washington DC

I just turned 41 and am trying to get pregnant via alternative insemination. I have only been trying for 2 months, but the reproductive endocrinologist I went to see...


Looking for OB for Fertility Issues

L.R. asks from Dallas

I'm looking for an OB doctor who is open to fertility treatments other than the usual hormones and sonograms. I've been trying to conceive since September and have d...


Fertility Doctor Recommendations

S.S. asks from Chicago

Hi - I'm writing this for a friend. She's 38 and has been trying for a baby for six months. She needs recommendations for a doctor to go to - who can check both her a...


Seeking Advice Regarding Fertility

R.S. asks from New York

I am a mother of a beautiful 3 1/2 year old who would like to give my daughter a sibling. We have been trying with no results and I would like to know if anyone knows...


Fertility questions/Insurance Coverage

H.M. asks from Los Angeles

My insurance doesn't cover infertility, even something as basic as blood work to test hormone levels. Does anyone know of a facility that is low cost for out-of-pock...