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Infertility

Find out what infertility is and what you can do if you are having problems falling pregnant. Fertility problems affect both males and females.

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Fertility tests and treatments

Find out more about the different fertility tests and treatments available to you and your partner if you are struggling to have a baby.

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PCOS and pregnancy

Find out how polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) can affect fertility and increase your risk of some complications during pregnancy.

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All about IVF

In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a treatment for some fertility issues. Make the IVF process easier to manage by learning what to expect.

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Preconception health for men

Men's health affect their fertility. Learn how you can improve your fertility and increase the chances of you and your partner falling pregnant.

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Fibroids and fertility

Fibroids are common, non-cancerous growths found in the muscle wall of the uterus. Learn how they can affect your fertility and pregnancy.

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Preconception health for women

Find out what you can do to improve your fertility and increase your chances of falling pregnant and having a healthy baby.

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Trying for pregnancy after 35

If you’re over 35 and trying for a baby, there are a few things to think about.

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Preserving fertility

Now many not be the right time for you to have a baby. Fertility preservation is available to keep your options open for a pregnancy in the future.

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Fertility and cancer

Cancer and cancer treatments can affect your fertility. Before starting treatment, you should discuss fertility preservation options with your doctor.

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