Healthily conducted a survey that showed many are in the dark about their fertility. Read to find out the truth behind some of the most common myths.
A healthy lifestyle will help protect your fertility. But female fertility still declines fast after the age of 35.
If you have PCOS and are trying for a baby, discover how PCOS can affect your fertility, how to improve your chances of getting pregnant and what treatments are available for you.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is one of several techniques available to help couples with fertility problems to have a baby.
Find out ways to help preserve your fertility before you start your cancer treatment.
It’s possible to get pregnant any time you ovulate (release an egg) – even if it’s your first time having sex and even if you’ve never had a period. Learn the facts about your monthly ‘fertility window’.
Trying to get pregnant? Find out which nutrients, supplements and foods might help improve your fertility.
Male fertility tests range from blood tests to biopsies. If you’re considering one, read on to find out what kind might be suitable for you.
Not everyone who has fertility problems will find a reason for not getting pregnant. Learn about unexplained infertility, including tests and treatment options.
Discover what endometriosis is, how it can affect your fertility, and whether it’s possible to get pregnant if you have it.