While many of us spend the best part of our early adulthood desperately trying not to fall pregnant, when we hit our 30s or 40s and decide the time is now right, it may not be as easy as expected.
Below is all you need to know about Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), its symptoms, how it is diagnosed, and various resources available to those who have PCOS.
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?
Devorah Kur gives advice on how to handle miscarriages along with the emotional feelings of loss and depression that follow.
Ná drie miskrame was Ezelle Olivier van Citrusdal in ekstase toe sy uitvind sy verwag 'n tweeling, maar weer het 'n skok gewag. Sy deel haar verhaal met ons...
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.