Understanding Ectopic Pregnancies and Pregnancy Health
An ectopic pregnancies affect 1-2% of all pregnancies and up to 4% of those receiving reproductive assistance. Read about what ectopic pregnancies are here.
Dr. Eva Littman was featured on the cover of August 2017’s LV Woman magazine.
Fertility specialist, Dr. Eva Littman, founder and practice director of Red Rock Fertility Center, continues to practice cutting-edge medicine with one goal. She wants to assist people in Southern Nevada in growing their families. Red Rock Fertility Center moved to a larger, new, state-of-the-art facility about a year ago to facilitate Dr. Littman and her dedicated staff to be able to help even more people welcome a new baby into their home.
The facility is one of the largest in vitro fertilization centers on the West Coast and is equipped to handle a large volume of patients. It includes several dedicated treatment, consultation and exam rooms. It features a separate education center, in which classes on topics related to fertility, group injection instruction classes and fertility seminars are held on a monthly basis. The new custom-built IVF laboratory is three times larger than the former space and is connected to several embryo transfer rooms and two Class C Operative Suites. This has given Red Rock Fertility Center the ability to offer the complete treatment, including reproductive surgery, all in the same location. Red Rock Fertility Clinic is also one of the first to include genetic screening for abnormal chromosomes in the price of IVF cycles.
One procedure Dr. Littman recommends for women to consider is egg freezing. “Women who are in their reproductive years from age 24 to 34 should consider egg freezing. Women in the 35 to 40 age range who are delaying starting a family should really explore this procedure since eggs can stay frozen for about 10 years,” she explained. See the full article here.