A New Era of Family Planning: IVF with Embryo Banking for Fertility Preservation

In just one generation we moved from childbearing in our 20s to having the kids in our late 30s or even early 40s. And this change has resulted in more women having difficulty building their ideal families. Did you know that by 40, more than 50% of women have difficulty conceiving? It’s just one more thing in the long list of gender inequities, that men make new sperm every day, but women are born with all of their eggs.

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8 Bizarre Myths about Getting Pregnant

Reproduction is a simple concept and one that ensures the human race continues to flourish. But the taboos surrounding sex and the reluctancy of many to emphasize sex education, means many young men and women learn about the birds and the bees from the playground. This is as true now as it’s always been, even though we’re living in an age where fact-checking is always just a Google search away. This causes many problems, as well as some very bizarre myths that are believed by millions of adult Americans.

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The Leading Questions On Being Over 40 and Trying to Conceive

Due to the recent announcement that Janet Jackson is pregnant two weeks shy of her 50th birthday, I have been flooded with questions about how women well after age 40 can get pregnant. Although it is common knowledge that age negatively impacts female fertility, many women still don’t grasp just when it is too late to get pregnant.

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