Trying to get pregnant can come with roller coaster of emotions—sometimes it's exciting, while other times it's overwhelming. This may be especially true since pregnancy doesn't come easily for everyone.
Many couples assume they will be able to get pregnant the first month they are trying to conceive. Waiting may be the last thing you want to do when you’ve decided to have a baby, but having patience with the process can help make it easier.
Before you start monitoring your progress with an in vitro fertilization (IVF) specialist during your IVF cycle, there are several important things that you should know.
Progesterone is a hormone (a natural chemical messenger) essential to reproductive health. For those assigned female at birth, it supports breast development, menstrual cycle regulation, pregnancy, and lactation.
The annual IVF report from UNSW reveals the latest numbers and trends in assisted reproductive technology. One in three women successfully have a baby in their first IVF cycle, a new report by UNSW Sydney medical researchers shows.