Recurrent pregnancy loss is defined as two or more failed pregnancies. Learn about causes and treatment.
Infertility is the inability to get pregnant after a year of trying, which can result from a variety of factors. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
In cervical insufficiency, the cervix begins to dilate (widen) and efface (shorten and thin) during the second trimester, causing preterm delivery.
Uterine fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) growths that may cause pelvic pain, swelling, discomfort during sex, bleeding and other problems.
Surrogacy is a process in which a woman carries and delivers a child for a couple or individual. Learn more about this process.
Abnormal uterine bleeding—or menstrual bleeding that is unpredictable in timing, amount or duration—is a common problem among women. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Male infertility is characterized by low-quality sperm or difficulty with sperm production that interferes with conception. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Menorrhagia is a very heavy period that lasts for more than seven days. Learn about symptoms and treatment.