The Advanced Fertility Blog

Pain Free Fertility Treatments For Men

If you are experiencing male infertility, there are a number of treatment options available - most of which are pain free. Below, we'll explore some of the most common pain free fertility treatments for men.Sperm Count & QualityMost men with infertility experience low sperm count or poor sperm mobility. To determine whether or not you're experiencing this issue, your doctor will collect a semen sample and send it to the laboratory.A minority of cases of infertility are caused by hormonal…

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Are There Any Pain Free Fertility Treatments For Women

If you're experiencing infertility, you may worry about the potential for pain with some fertility treatments. There are a few pain free fertility treatments, but the right treatment for you will depend on your medical needs. However, your pain should be well-controlled even in procedures with a potential for pain. Below, we'll explore what to expect.Oral MedicationsYour doctor may recommend that you start off with oral medications like Clomid. These medications are normally designed to boost egg production, thus increasing…

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If I Use an Egg Donor Will They Try To Keep My Baby

If you use an egg donor, a sperm donor, or a surrogate to have your baby, you might worry about the legal implications of the process. The law is clear about donors' rights - an egg donor cannot try to keep the resulting baby, and has no legal recourse to do so. Egg donors are carefully screened, and sign a number of papers outlining the nature of their donation. Using Egg DonorsEgg donation is a strong choice if you don't…

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Getting Pregnant With Only One Working Tube

The fallopian tubes may be blocked as a result of a number of issues. If a fallopian tube is blocked, it won't be possible for an egg from that tube to get fertilized. If only one tube is blocked, getting pregnant with one tube working may be possible. However, if both tubes are blocked, treatment will be needed before it's possible to get pregnant.About Fallopian Tube BlockageThe fallopian tubes can be blocked for a number of reasons. Common causes include:…

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Why Do I Have Veins on My Testicles

About 15% of men have varicose veins on their testicles. These varicose veins are also known as varicoceles. Sometimes, men with varicoceles have no fertility issues, but the condition is much more common in men who have fertility problems. Below, we'll explore the causes, effects on fertility, and treatment of varicoceles. What are Veins on My Testicles? Varicoceles are enlarged, hardened, dilated veins that are visible from the surface of the skin. They may have a purplish or reddish appearance.…

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