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Infertility: Frequently Asked Questions

Browse this site for answers to frequently asked questions related to infertility. Topics covered include: infertility testing, treatments and assisted reproductive technology (ART).

Review Date: March 01, 2012

Office on Women's Health

Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)

Learn about Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) used in the United States since 1981 to help women become pregnant, most commonly through in vitro fertilization. Find pregnancy success rates for fertility clinics in the U.S.

Review Date: July 19, 2011

Division of Reproductive Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion/CDC

Complementary Treatment Providers

Locate complementary treatment providers who are members of RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association.

Review Date: March 06, 2011

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association

Endometriosis

This fact sheet provides basic consumer information about endometriosis symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.

Review Date: December 20, 2012

NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - NICHD

Endometriosis Brochure

Endometriosis is a puzzling hormonal and immune disease affecting girls and women in their reproductive years. Learn about symptoms, possible causes, diagnosis, and treatment options.

Review Date: December 20, 2012

Endometriosis Association

How Do I Know If I Have an Infertility Problem?

Answers to the most commonly asked questions from couples who have been trying to get pregnant without success.

Review Date: October 07, 2014

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association

Infertility Treatment Grants and Scholarships

Learn about nonprofit organizations that provide financial assistance to some infertility patients.

Review Date: February 06, 2013

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association

Risk Factors for Infertility

This fact sheet lists both male and female symptoms and risk factors that may adversely affect your chances of getting pregnant.

Review Date: October 07, 2014

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association