Femi Olatunbosun MB FRCSC


Infertility: Setting Limits on Testing

Looking for a cause of infertility can be a brief process or can become a financially, emotionally, and physically demanding succession of tests and procedures. Before you start infertility testing, take some time together to talk about how far each of you is willing to go. Think about: How you feel about having…

Infertility Treatment for Women With PCOS

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) do not ovulate regularly. They often have trouble getting pregnant. The medicines clomiphene and letrozole are commonly used to stimulate ovulation. But medicine doesn’t work for some women who have PCOS. This is because many body systems are involved in PCOS ovulation…

Fertility Problems

Looks at infertility. Includes info on various tests used for women and men to find out why a woman can’t get pregnant. Covers treatments for men and women, including medicine to help a woman ovulate and procedures to increase a man’s sperm count.

Infertility: Setting Limits on Treatment

Infertility treatment has great potential for squandering some of your most precious resources—money, time, and peace of mind. Before you start infertility treatment, decide how much money, time, and emotional energy you can afford to spend on infertility treatment. Take control of a process that can so easily take…