Femi Olatunbosun MB FRCSC


Infertility: Ethical and Legal Concerns

Reproductive research and treatment raise many ethical and legal concerns. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine has issued a number of statements about these issues. You can review these statements on its website at www.asrm.org/EthicsReports. Multiple pregnancy Transferring several fertilized eggs during…

Infertility: Questions to Ask About Medicine or Hormone Treatment

When considering whether to try medicine or hormone treatment for infertility, ask: Whether there are any possible long-term risks related to the proposed treatment. Whether you need to change your sexual activities during treatment. Your doctor may have suggestions for timing sex to increase the possibility of becoming…

Primary Ovarian Insufficiency

Is this topic for you? This topic contains information about loss of ovarian function before age 40. If you want information about the normal loss of ovarian function around age 50 or about symptoms in the few years before it, see the topic Menopause and Perimenopause. What is primary ovarian insufficiency? Primary…

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…