(NewsUSA) – Sponsored News – Overall, close to 20 million women are affected by infertility. With a 58 percent reduction in sperm counts since 1938 due to estrogen-mimickers in many over-the-counter medications and in the water supply, men are equally affected.
But 35 years after the first “test tube baby” was born, many couples struggling to conceive naturally are unaware of infertility treatment options that are available before they undergo the costly, invasive and, for many, humbling commitment to in vitro fertilization (IVF). Between the expense — a single IVF cycle costs $12,500 on average, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine — and the lack of medically approved alternatives, millions of would-be mothers and fathers feel stuck without an intermediate solution.
Coincident with April’s National Infertility Awareness Week is the national availability of an FDA-cleared, drug- and hormone-free infertility treatment that provides just that missing first step that couples can afford and use in…
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