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Having a baby after fertility issues improves couples chances of staying together

Having a baby after fertility issues improves couples chances of staying together | Taking in vitro fertilization into consideration | Scoop.it
New reseach reveals that women who have a child after experiencing fertility problems are more likely to remain with their partner following infertility evaluations. Findings in Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, a journal published by Wiley on behalf of the Nordic Federation of Societies ...
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ScientificAnimations's comment, August 8, 6:35 AM
When getting pregnant naturally becomes tough, science gives an option to conceive in the laboratory! Let's understand the process of in-vitro fertilization. http://sco.lt/6O07u5
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Silicon Valley Startups Paying for Employees to Get Pregnant

Silicon Valley Startups Paying for Employees to Get Pregnant | Taking in vitro fertilization into consideration | Scoop.it
According to Glow, Evernote and Eventbrite are two of the startups now offering its big data-powered fertility app as an employee benefit.
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Acupuncture & Fertility Melbourne

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Dr Christine Cui has years of experience in acupuncture for fertility problems. Her clinic in Melbourne also focuses on common health disorders & immunity improvement.
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Having a baby after fertility problems 'strengthens relationship'

Having a baby after fertility problems 'strengthens relationship' | Taking in vitro fertilization into consideration | Scoop.it
Couples who have a baby after experiencing fertility problems are more likely to stay together, compared with couples who do not have a baby, a study suggests.
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In vitro fertilization used in nearly 2 percent of US births

In vitro fertilization used in nearly 2 percent of US births | Taking in vitro fertilization into consideration | Scoop.it
Having a baby is a dream for many couples. But that hope can often fade due to a variety of physical problems or something as simple as the timing just isn’t right. However thanks to technological advances, a decades old procedure is helping.
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