What fertility treatment course is best for you will depend on the cause of your concerns, and that path may change over time. Review the range of options you and your doctor can consider.
A pregnancy test measures human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), which is a hormone that is produced during pregnancy. Learn about different kinds.
A pregnancy blood test checks for the presence of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), a hormone produced during pregnancy. Learn more about the types.
While every clinic's protocol will be slightly different, here is a general step-by-step breakdown of the IVF treatment process.
Learn how the female reproductive system works, how the ovaries change as you age, and the cycle of ovulation and menstruation.
Yes, you can get pregnant with PCOS! Learn about your PCOS treatment options, from lifestyle and diet changes, to fertility drugs and IVF.
Read a complete guide to TTC (trying to conceive) acronyms and abbreviations found on IF (infertility) forums and social media. Learn fertility speak!
Tumor markers are substances that can be used to monitor cancer. Learn about common biomarkers, how they are used, and their limitations.
In early pregnancy, levels of a hormone called human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) increase. Find out what it means when levels of hCG are low.
What side effects and risks are there from Lupron use during IVF? What are GnRH agonists? Learn what they are, how they work, and why they are used.