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One of the most common reasons a woman has trouble getting pregnant is a condition called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
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Up to half of cancer patients of reproductive age do not receive adequate information about the impact of treatment on their fertility, decreasing their options for family planning and support, a new study suggests.
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If having children is important to you, one of the most critical things you can do when planning your cancer treatment is to talk to your doctor about your fertility options.
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If you have a friend or family member who’s struggling to get pregnant, your instinct may be to comfort her by telling her not to stress, and that eventually, it will all work out.

But while you mean well, this kind of advice might make your loved one feel worse. She knows very well it may not work out in the end. And a “don’t worry” directive can feel insensitive and glib.
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What could be triggering this decline in sperm? And what can be done to counter it?
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We are delighted to announce we're adding another doctor to our incredible team! Please welcome Dr. Meg Hopeman to the Center for Reproductive Medicine! Dr. Hopeman is a Reproductive Endocrinologist / Fertility Specialist and has returned to her home state of Minnesota to practice medicine after completing her fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Could technology make you infertile? The problem may be resting on your lap.
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"It is absolutely, positively, fantastic that there is a growing movement of woman making it more socially acceptable to talk about infertility. More of that, please. Let’s also talk about what comes before that. The months of uncertainty, of wondering if you’re infertile."
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For couples dealing with infertility, the journey to parenthood can be painful, isolating and totally overwhelming.

American Greetings decided to shed light on this experience with a new ad, titled “Not Alone.” The video follows a couple struggling to conceive and shows a small way people can support loved ones going through this challenging time.

It's worth the watch!
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