Infertility Out in the Open

Despite its prevalence, infertility is still cloaked in shame and misinformation. But people who face fertility isssues are learning that it's okay to speak up, share their stories, and know that they're far from alone. Photo: Shutterstock

Eventual Moms-To-Be: Heads Up!

By Connie Shapiro PhD
Those 40-something Hollywood moms can be misleading

How to Build the Family of Your Dreams

By Leslie Morgan Steiner
Surrogacy today offers a solution to infertility - with several price tags

Priscille Sibley: Precious and Wanted

By Jennifer Haupt
A mother's journey through adoption, and then giving birth.

Sleep Linked to Infertility

By Michael J Breus Ph.D.
New report shows that sleep can affect a woman's ability to conceive.

A Tribute to Childless Mommys: You Don’t Have To Have Kids To Mother

By Lissa Rankin M.D.
You Don't Have to Have Kids To Mother

Handling Friendships When You're Having Trouble Conceiving

By Irene S Levine Ph.D.
Infertility stresses relationships with spouses, families and friends

Pregtiquette, Part 1

By Sharon Praissman
Handling awkward social situations during the holidays

Has Infertility Trashed Your Sex Life?

By Helen Adrienne L.C.S.W.
Read how you can find opportunity in adversity.

Dating with Fertility Issues

By Stephanie Sarkis Ph.D.
When do you let an intended mate know you are fertility-challenged?

Are “Twiblings” the Wave of the Future?

By Susan Newman Ph.D.
A unique way to build family.

A Vacation from Infertility?

By Connie Shapiro PhD
A Vacation from Infertility?

The Fertility Paradox

By Randi Hutter Epstein M.D.
Doctors Aim to Help Poor, Infertile Women in Developed Countries Make Babies

Sperm Counts Updated

By Robert D. Martin Ph.D.
Evidence for decreasing human sperm counts continues to mount.