When Getting Pregnant is Difficult

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  • What Is Infertility?
  • How Common Is Infertility?
  • Black Women and Infertility
  • Fibroids and Black Women
  • Obesity and Pregnancy
  • Untreated and Undiagnosed STDs
  • Diabetes and Infertility
  • Seeking Help
  • Aisha Tyler and Infertility

Black Women and Infertility

Surprisingly, Black women are two times more likely to suffer from infertility issues than white women: 11.5 percent vs. 7 percent. And while we hear a lot about age being a factor in infertility, there are many other factors that we face, including obesity, fibroids and untreated STDs to name a few. 

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