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National Center for Deaf Health Research (NCDHR):
From their website:

“The NCDHR partners with deaf and hard-of-hearing communities to promote health. The Center does not investigate prevention of hearing loss. Rather, it is concerned with finding ways to help deaf and hard-of-hearing communities eliminate health problems, such as heart disease, obesity, depression and other chronic health concerns.”

Infertility Education Program:
The Infertility Education Program provides information and resources on infertility and related health issues to healthcare professionals and the public.  The website includes brochures on the evaluation and treatment of infertility, resources, and fact sheets.

Infertility Education Video Series

Beginning with our Introduction video, we have made available a series of nine videos for the Deaf community, which provide information about common questions and concerns regarding infertility. Please feel free to contact us with any questions and concerns that you have.

Please click on the video links below to view the topics of interest to you. We recommend watching the videos in the order presented below for the best flow of information.

Infertility problem? Four questions need to be answered.

Is the woman ovulating each month?

Does the man have sufficient, healthy sperm?

Can the sperm and egg meet?

Can the fertilized egg implant itself successfully?

Predicting if ovulation has occurred.

The ovulation predictor kit.

Sperm analysis