How Long Does it Take to Get Pregnant?

While some women get pregnant faster than others, it’s not uncommon for it to take longer than expected. This is especially true if you or your partner are dealing with known or unknown fertility issues. If you’re a healthy woman between age 25 and 35 you have about a 20 percent chance of getting pregnant … Continued

Why IVF Success Rates Matter

When choosing a fertility clinic, IVF success rates may be one of the first statistics you review, and with good reason. In addition to other factors, IVF success rates DO matter, because they can indicate a high level of success and credibility for a clinic. What’s more, when you consider that successful IVF and a … Continued

Stress and Infertility

Many women believe stress contributes to fertility problems, however; it is typically the opposite that’s true. Often, stress triggers a pre-existing medical condition that in turn can affect fertility. Connection between stress and infertility While stress in itself may lead to certain behaviors that cause fertility problems (e.g., smoking, drinking, using drugs or dropping out … Continued