Whether you are planning to have children or not, the chances are that you have heard about your "biological clock" before. The idea that women have a limited amount of time to conceive can be seen as an important aspect ...Read More
If you identify as transgender, non-binary, or a gender-queer person, you might be wondering if it is still possible to have your own children after a medical transition. Of course, you always have the option to go to your doctor ...Read More
We are often advised to look to our partners when going through fertility stress. But, the support they offer does not compare with what you can get from people who know what “it feels like”. Although they may try, partners ...Read More
The global pandemic of the coronavirus has led to a controversy in the United States for fertility treatment. The debate took place over the designation of fertility treatment as "essential or non-essential" in the American Healthcare system. Most recently, fertility ...Read More
In this comprehensive post from our fertility clinic, we are going to talk about the things that can affect your chances of getting pregnant such as your age, cycle, use of birth control, endometriosis, PCOS, and more. Let's get started.