Infertility & Health

Overview of Causes of Infertility

In this video, Dr. Murray discusses that in order to get pregnant, you need an egg, a sperm, a way for these to get together to make an embryo, and a place for the embryo to grow. If anything goes wrong with these events, you have infertility.

A Weighty Issue

By Dr. Lauren Roth – Obesity has negative health effects on reproduction and fertility. Women have harder times getting pregnant and higher rates of miscarriage even using IVF.

Should I Check My Ovulation?

By Dr. Patricia McShane – Many women trying to conceive want to know if, and when, they are ovulating. As a rule of thumb, if you have cycles every 21 to 35 days, you are ovulating.