So many infertility myths and half-truths exist that it’s difficult to tell what is true. We suss out what’s the real story behind some of the more popular myths.
Medical advances mean that a woman can carry a baby in her 50s, even 60s. But is there an age when a woman should be told, “Sorry, you’re just too old to have a baby”?
We take a closer look at one of the oldest fertility treatments in the book: Artificial Insemination. Who needs it and what exactly does it entail?
Are you clued up when it comes to adoption in South Africa? Here are some facts to dispell some of the most common adoption myths.
Miscarriage is a word all pregnant women fear. What does it mean to have a miscarriage? And what are the causes?
Christine Brits recalls waking up and looking for her little girl, only to find that she didn't make it.
I am 39 years old and I don't have children. In March 2006 I had a miscarriage at 4 weeks. In August last year the doctor confirmed that I was 6 months pregnant, but when I went for a check-up a month later he said the baby had stopped growing and no heartbeat was detected. How can I cope? I do have support from my family and friends but when I'm alone it's so hard.