Black women are equally, if not more, likely to experience infertility than white women - but they often cope with it in silence and isolation.
For some seriously questionable old-fashioned marital advice from 1861, take a look at one doctor's sex rules for couples.
Could a relatively obscure herpes virus be keeping you from getting a positive pregnancy test? A study has found that the little-known member of the human herpesvirus family -- HHV-6A -- infects the lining o...
Little attention has been given to the sexual dynamics of couples as they navigate infertility and treatments like IVF.
Scientists continue to search for even better ways to overcome the challenges of infertility.
Could more frequent sex increase your chance of getting pregnant? Research shows the answer is yes - but not just in the way you might expect.
Polycystic ovary syndrome -- commonly abbreviated to PCOS -- is a hormonal, genetic, metabolic and reproductive disorder that affects up to 10 percent of women. Not only is the cause of PCOS unknown, many wo...
Having a hard time staying pregnant? If you're having recurrent miscarriages, the problem could be a question of timing.
We see it in the movies and on TV, may experience it ourselves when we see a friend with a newborn: Baby fever.
Women who are naturally able to have children later in life - such as having a pregnancy in mid-30s - might have exceptionally long life spans.
Two new drug compounds appear to be effective in treating endometriosis, a disorder that, like MS, is driven by estrogen and inflammation.
Couples who use fertility awareness methods have sex just as often as couples who use other contraceptive methods - they just time it differently.
What is the best treatment option, other than hysterectomy, for uterine fibroids?
A diet rich in proteins appears to have a pronounced positive effect on fertility, according to new research.
Two chemicals appear to reduce fertility in men - and, unfortunately, they're found in a commonly-used skincare product: sunscreen.
A project in Denmark whose aim is to assess the predictors of fertility has found that the Pill may alter future fertility far more than previously thought.
According to research, moms who skip college are also more likely to skip marriage, and to start parenting solo.