With regular, unprotected sexual intercourse 80 per cent of women become pregnant within a year. Even so, fertility varies from person to person and up to 15 per cent of couples experience some difficulties.
When you set out to become pregnant, there are a number of things to consider to improve your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy.Learn more
With regular, unprotected sexual intercourse 80 per cent of women become pregnant within a year. Even so, fertility varies from person to person.Learn more
Cancer treatment & fertility
Having children may be the last thing on your mind when you are being treated for cancer. But talking to a health professional while you are being treated may help you to understand the long-term effects of your treatment and the options available to you.Learn more
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