One of the most important and saddest moments of my life was making an appointment with a fertility doctor. My husband and I were both almost 40 years old. We'd been trying to get pregnant for over a year. We'd read enough pregnancy books and visited enough infertility websites to recognize the signs of fertility problems.
You want to get pregnant and start your family as soon as possible...but it's taking forever. You're considering taking fertility supplements to improve your health and get pregnant faster...but are supplements safe? Will they improve your health, or will they interact negatively with your prescription medications?
These fertility checklists for men and women will help answer your "why can't I get pregnant?" question. These are the most common reasons women don't conceive quickly; they include male fertility issues related to sperm health. Conceiving a baby and staying pregnant for the full term is surprisingly difficult for many women!
A diagnosis of azoospermia – no sperm, a type of male factor infertility – isn’t just shocking for a man, it’s a blow to his… Read More »How to Help Your Husband Deal With the Shock of Male Infertility
These five “Blossom Tips” for overcoming setbacks when you’re trying to get pregnant are inspired by a reader. He and his wife are struggling to… Read More »How to Overcome Setbacks When You’re Trying to Conceive
Learning how to recover sperm can be as simple as discovering what foods increase your sperm count, production, and motility. Remember, though, that increasing and… Read More »Foods to Help You Recover Sperm Health, Count, and Motility