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This Week in Fertility 03/17/2011
Endometriosis: What Happens when Women Aren't Taken Seriously?
It can take some eight years to get a diagnosis
Am I Infertile?
Getting started with a fertility doctor and testing
March Infertility Madness: The Needles
We're talking fertility meds, not the kind to pump up basketballs
There's No Scarlet 'i' for Infertility
Talking about my 'secret'
The Evaluation Cycle Didn't Work
And now you're wondering what comes next
What to Expect with a Fertility Work-Up and Evaluation
Ultrasounds, blood tests and more
This Week in Fertility
Fertility Doctor of the Month, David Smotrich, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
- Woman Could Have Only Six Months to Live Due to Endometriosis
- Bill Would Allow Paying Surrogate Mothers in Washington
- Doctors Say North Dakota Bill Will Hurt Infertile Couples
- Women Grieve Miscarriages for Years, Even after Having a Healthy Baby
- Surgery Helps Men Regain Their Fertility after Cancer
- Finding Parents for 'Orphan' Embryos
- Alexis Stewart's Baby Born via Surrogate — Martha Is a Grandmother!
- Elisabeth Röhm’s Blog Shares IVF Secret
- CSI's Brain Tumor Radiation Tied to Later Infertility
- Weight Is a Factor in Infertility