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It seems like there is endless advice on what to do when you’re trying to get pregnant, but what advice is actually true? Alicia Ogle, nurse practitioner, weighs in on some common questions.
For someone who never thought she wanted children, Nicole Whipple went through more than most women do just to get pregnant.
Susi and Luc Boe were ready to start their family. But after a year of trying, Susi still wasn't pregnant.
Many people dream of becoming parents, but for some, that dream is difficult because they have trouble achieving pregnancy on their own. At Mayo Clinic Health System, we have the privilege of helping patients try to make that dream a reality.
Providers in New Prague and Rochester work together to make Lonsdale couple’s dream of starting a family come true.
Stacy Simon and her husband, Travis, had been trying to get pregnant on their own for two years before they sought medical help. After another three years of unsuccessful fertility treatments, they started seeing Fadi Yahya, M.D., obstetrician/gynecologist in Albert Lea, in July 2011.
The impact infertility can have on a couple is far reaching and can be difficult to determine. Infertility can impact one’s relationship with family and friends, create financial difficulty, affect the relationship between partners and can negatively affect the couple’s sexual relationship. In a nutshell, infertility can cause stress.