fertility problems

Having a baby after fertility problems ‘strengthens relationship’

Having a baby after fertility problems 'strengthens relationship' For most couples, going through fertility problems can put a strain on the relationship. Research suggests that women who have a baby after experiencing fertility issues are more likely to stay in a relationship. This is according to a study published in the journal Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. Around 11% of American women and their partners are unable to get pregnant after 1 year of unprotected sex. (According to the Centers for Disease Control and...

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Sperm and an egg

NHS pays for private fertility treatment after rates slump

SCOTLAND'S largest health board has paid for patients to undergo more than 1000 rounds of fertility treatment at a private hospital since a drop in success rates after building work near its own centre. EXCLUSIVE: How we reported on the difficulties at the hospital. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde refused to disclose how much it had spent since November 2012, when The Herald revealed it was sending women to Glasgow's Nuffield hospital after pregnancy rates at its Assisted Conception Service in...

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Success story : “definitely believe conceive plus was a contributing factor”

Success story : "definitely believe conceive plus was a contributing factor" "We were TTC for almost three years. Found dh had low motility thought conceive plus was worth a try. And got our first ever BFP on the first month using it. I dont think it was the only factor, it was the last month trying before my lap and dye and then fertility treatment. So we just chilled out not excpecting anything. We were astounded to get a bfp and...

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