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Health Tip: Infertility 101

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(HealthDay News) -- For many people, an infertility diagnosis is overwhelming.

Infertility is characterized by the failure to have a pregnancy after 12 months of regular, unprotected sex, says the National Infertility Association.

For a person or couple facing infertility, there are many options. Depending on the situation, adoption, donors, treatment and surrogacy can be considered. Check with your doctor for resources near you.

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