These statistic on male and female infertility will help you understand why fertility specialists can be so helpful for starting a family.
Endometriosis is one of the most common factors in female infertility. Fortunately, patients with endometriosis still have hope.
Learn about tubal obstructions, one of the most common - and treatable - causes of female infertility.
Ovulation problems are responsible for roughly one-quarter of all cases of infertility. Diagnosing the cause is key to successful fertility treatment.
Smoking has a number of deleterious effects on your health and can contribute to male infertility. Our fertility specialists explain.
The doctors at the Fertility Center of San Antonio discuss the negative impact that smoking can have on female fertility.
Some couples may have problems conceiving due to low sperm motility. Identifying the causes and learning about treatments can help lead to conception.
Low sperm count is a common male infertility issue. Here are some common treatments that fertility doctors recommend.
Female fertility testing helps doctors determine the cause of a woman's infertility and how it can best be treated.
Female and male fertility problems can keep you from becoming pregnant easily, but they do not necessarily mean you cannot get pregnant.