Cancer is a difficult battle for many, and it can be made even harder if your fertility is at risk. Certain types of cancers are more likely to contribute to infertility such as ovarian, endometrial, and breast cancers.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder in women where the ovaries produce an abnormal amount of androgens, the male sex hormone. Although women usually have small amounts of androgens, large amounts can cause hormonal imbalances which result in multiple side effects including infertility.
Deciding to start a family is a big decision and is often put on a deadline due to decreased fertility with age. However, many women in their 20s and 30s are not ready to start a family due to their focus on school, their career, or finding the right partner.
Starting a family is something a lot of couples dream of doing one day. However, fertility issues are more common than you may think, making getting pregnant stressful and sometimes seemingly impossible.
Fertility rates in the U.S. have declined as more couples decide to wait until they are older and financially stable to conceive. The future has never been brighter for those experiencing infertility. Doctors' treatment options to serve infertility have expanded, offering new techniques and drastically improving fertility success rates.
Many women have the desire to become pregnant, but often the idea of infertility is not really thought about until you are looking to start a family. There are a number of reasons why a woman might have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term.