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This article is from the Infertility FAQ, by Rebecca Smith Waddell bec@fertilityplus.org with numerous contributions by others.

12.2 Infertility FAQs

DES Information Page
http://www.teleport.com/~skeely/
Sally Keely has put together a page with Diethylstilbestrol info and links to
FAQs. Also includes information on newsgroup and mail list.

Endometriosis FAQ
http://www.bioscience.org/books/endomet/babaknia.htm
Dr. Ari Babaknia presents a long FAQ about endometriosis with extensive
information.

Home Pregnancy Test HCG Levels & Mini-FAQ
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/hpt.html
Lets consumers know which tests are the most sensitive and should give the
earliest positive result. Also includes contact information and answers a short
list of questions.

Hormone Levels
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/hormonelevels.html
This chart gives an idea of when hormone levels should be run and what the
desired level should be. Standards vary from lab to lab, but this should give
you an idea of what to expect.

Infertility FAQ for Women of Size
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/bbwfaq.html
Q&A plus journal abstracts about large-size fertility issues. Includes
suggestions on how to find a weight friendly physician, and explains what the
real issues are.

Invasive Infertility Tests FAQ
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/itests.html
HSG, EMB, laparoscopy and hysteroscopy procedures defined followed by personal
experiences to let you know what to expect.

IVF Hints
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/ivfhints.html
Rachel Browne put together a list of tips for handling the various stages of
IVF. Includes suggestions on medication, shots, traveling, etc.

Low-Tech Ways to Help You Conceive FAQ
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/lowtechfaq.html
Compiled by Roger A. Hunt, Ph.D., using information off the alt.infertility,
misc.health.infertility, and misc.kids.pregnancy newsgroups. Explores the
methods couples can use to help themselves get pregnant before seeking medical
help.

Male Infertility Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment
http://www.ivf.com/shaban.html
Discusses assessment and treatment of male factor infertility. Not a very easy
read, but valuable information.

Misc.Kids Miscarriage FAQ
http://scalos.mc.duke.edu/~brook006/miscarriage.html
Maintained by Laura Brooks, Support and medical information.

Miscarriage Support and Information Resources
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/miscarriage/resources.html
List of newsgroups, mail lists, web pages and books for support of those who
have had miscarriages.

Ovulation Predictor Kit FAQ
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/opk.html
This page include a Q&A regarding OPKs, contact information for the companies
and places to order kits, and followed up with a letter-writing campaign
designed to get companies to lower prices or at least offer coupons for more
OPKs.

PCOS FAQ
http://www.inciid.org/faq/pcos.html
Frequently asked questions about symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and longterm
health concerns.

PCO Support
http://www.pcosupport.org
Information on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Includes articles, links,
bibliography (including medical journal articles).

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Testing
http://www.fertilityplus.org/faq/miscarriage/rpl.html
A listing, with description, of suggested testing for those with 2 or more
miscarriages.

Soc.Support.Pregnancy.Loss Information
http://web.co.nz/~katef/sspl/
Includes FAQ on Tips & Suggestions for Coping after Pregnancy Loss and the
soc.support.pregnancy.loss charter. A medical FAQ is in the works.

Turner's Syndrome FAQ
http://www.onr.com/ts-texas/faq.html
Information about Turner's, newsgroups, resources.


 

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