Women may be receiving no benefit from methods such as intruterine insemination and genetic screening
As the number of private clinics offering help with conception grows, they must be careful not to offer treatments whose claims are untested – and which even may be damaging
‘At best, patients are subject to exploitation; at worst, patients are being subjected to harm’ says one of Britain's leading fertility experts
It might sound impossible to predict, but cross calculating names and ages of women may hold the answer to which women are most likely to become mothers in 2017
Study comes after health minister said France was 'the European country where pregnant women smoke the most'
New York's only bar designed with pregnant women in mind, called Gestations, was only a joke
The 25-year-old woman, known only as Sarah, has shared her experiences of the egg donation process to help dispel myths and stigma about the process
People need to understand that "Are you going to have another?" can be a very difficult question
Sharon Cutts travelled to Cyprus for IVF treatment
Professor Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz began her study after a test carried out while she was pregnant discovered a trisomy in chromosome 2 - the second largest human chromosome
According to research published this week, three quarters of pregnant women and new mothers experience discrimination at work
"I can stick 3 fingers in between my 2 ab walls. But it's not about ascetics it's about functionality."
'Our report reveals a wide gulf between what pregnant women need to quit smoking and what our healthcare services currently provide'
Labour and the time after is when mothers and newborns are most vulnerable
Researchers are now using their findings to try to create a treatment
Weak bones in childhood is linked to conditions such as osteoperosis