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What is infertility?


Jason C.

I was diagnosed with infertility after my husband and I tried unsuccessfully to conceive for a year. I later learned that pelvic inflammatory disease, which I contracted as a teen, had damaged my reproductive system, making it difficult for me to get pregnant....Read More
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What are the signs of infertility?



I no longer have my monthly period and would like to know if I can still have a baby with any kind of treatment

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What are the most common ways of treating infertility?



For guys, it's common for your doctor to prescribe testosterone hormone treatments, but some cases require antibiotics or even surgery. Women will usually get fertility drugs and hormones, but if there's physical problem like blocked fallopian tubes, then surgery is necessary....Read More
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