Clomifene citrate (Clomid) is an ovulation stimulant medication that may be prescribed to help with women's fertility problems.
Tubal cannulation is a procedure used to help clear blockages in a woman’s fallopian tubes.
Availability of IVF on the NHS varies around the country, as do the length of waiting lists.
When an ovary makes and releases an ovum, or egg, it is referred to as ovulation. Once a girl reaches puberty, she should ovulate on average once a month until she reaches menopause.
If you’re planning to conceive there are some things you should do first. Read about them here.
Experts say that proper care before pregnancy can help women have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
If a woman's circumstances change, and she'd like to have children, can female sterilisation be reversed?
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A luteal phase defect (LPD) occurs when the lining of a woman's uterus doesn't grow properly during each monthly cycle, making it harder for an embryo to implant itself and for the women to become pregnant.
If a woman is having trouble conceiving after a period of time having regular unprotected sex, and infertility is diagnosed, drugs to assist fertility may be recommended.
Infertility is when a couple cannot conceive or become pregnant despite having regular unprotected sex.
Infertility means a couple don't begin a pregnancy, despite having regular unprotected sex. Infertility affects around one in six couples. Learn about causes of male infertility.
If a couple hasn't conceived after a year of trying for a baby with regular unprotected sex, a GP may be able to arrange fertility testing or evaluation for the woman, the man, or both partners.
Infertility is common, affecting around 1 in 6 couples. Here are 10 important questions to ask your fertility doctors about infertility.
Using donated eggs, or donor eggs, may be a fertility treatment option for some women who are unable to conceive naturally.
Artificial insemination is a fertility treatment in which sperm is inserted into a woman's womb by a fertility specialist, rather than getting there by having sex.
Infertility is the inability to get pregnant after a year of unprotected intercourse. About one in seven couples in the UK are affected by infertility.
Experts recommend visiting a doctor for an infertility evaluation after 12 months of unprotected and regular sex without pregnancy. Infertility testing is best done by your GP who may then refer you to a fertility specialist.
Having irregular periods can make it harder to get pregnant.
IVF, or in vitro fertilisation, is a type of fertility treatment where the egg is fertilised with sperm outside the womb in a laboratory.
One way to help increase the odds of getting pregnant is to identify the most fertile times in the menstrual cycle with an ovulation calculator, or by charting fertility.
The process of choosing a fertility clinic is helped by the regulator, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, which provides a database of information about every licensed UK fertility clinic.
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