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The research so far on marijuana has demonstrated mixed results.
Advances in fertility medicine continue to provide men and women with new, effective treatment options.
Dr. Elizabeth Comen, an oncologist, walks you through your options.
Marijuana use is a personal choice, but there are potential effects, the clinic notes.
And women have higher stress levels to begin with, researchers found.
These simple poses will help you relax even while you're doing them.
As a fertility doctor, I believe it's important that couples have a good understanding of their options.
But doctors are still cautioning women who are pregnant or considering pregnancy not to use the drug.
It is an exciting new technology for women who want to balance their fertility options with their careers
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