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Female Infertility

Determining When to See a Fertility Specialist

Determining When to See a Fertility Specialist

Struggling to get pregnant can lead to many stressful and sleepless nights, especially if you don’t know what could be causing it or which steps to take moving forward. Learn more about signs of infertility in men and women to […]

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Age and Fertility: When Does Fertility Decline?

Age and Fertility: When Does Fertility Decline?

You have probably heard that your age impacts your fertility and the chances of having a successful pregnancy. While age and fertility certainly go hand-in-hand, the effect of age may not be as dramatic as some make it seem. Learn […]

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Understanding Endometriosis and Fertility Treatments

Understanding Endometriosis and Fertility Treatments

Living with endometriosis can be an uncomfortable experience. From severe cramps to heavy cycles, this medical condition is an easy one to overlook and brush off as a “bad period”, but should you be looking at it more carefully? Read […]

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Learning More About Fertility Hormones & Your Body

Learning More About Fertility Hormones & Your Body

Starting a family can be a difficult process and understanding the medical factors is part of this process. It is helpful to learn more about your hormones and how they affect your body, your fertility, and your everyday life. When […]

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The Difference Between Fresh & Frozen Embryos

The Difference Between Fresh & Frozen Embryos

Thanks to recent research on the success of IVF using frozen embryos, more doctors are electing to freeze rather than use fresh embryos for the majority of their patients.If you’ve recently undergone IVF, or you’re thinking about starting the process, […]

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Common Misconceptions of Endometriosis and Infertility

Common Misconceptions of Endometriosis and Infertility

If you have been diagnosed with endometriosis, odds are that you’ve been frustrated as you have tried to explain the disease and its implications to your loved ones and even your doctors. A condition without an apparent cure, endometriosis can […]

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National Infertility Awareness Week April 19-25th 2015

National Infertility Awareness Week April 19-25th 2015

Sometimes you feel like you’re all alone when struggling with infertility. When friends post exciting pregnancy news on Facebook or your favorite celebrities announce that they’re expecting, you can’t help but wonder, “When will it be my turn?” The National […]

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Top Misconceptions About Fertility [Infographic]

Top Misconceptions About Fertility [Infographic]

From old wives’ tales to advice passed down over generations, there are many misconceptions about how to increase your chances of conception. Infertility issues can cause a lot of stress among couples trying to conceive, but not having the right information […]

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New Year, New Resolutions For Those Struggling With Infertility

New Year, New Resolutions For Those Struggling With Infertility

Did you make a New Year’s resolution for 2014?  If so, was it to lose weight, make more money, or any of the other typical resolutions?  All of those are wonderful, but this year, let’s start by caring for yourself […]

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What You Should Know About Fertility Preservation After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

What You Should Know About Fertility Preservation After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Written by:  Dr. Mark Serverino, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. and Dr. Courtney Vito, M.D.   According to the American Cancer Society, roughly 25% of all newly diagnosed breast cancers are diagnosed in pre-menopausal women, with an expected 11,500 diagnoses in women under the […]

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New Updates from Latest IVF meeting

New Updates from Latest IVF meeting

Written by:  Dr. Eva Littman, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. I just recently returned from an IVF meeting in Santa Barbara and they had some really exciting new studies that were presented which show promising improvements for infertility patients.  Looks like vitamin supplementation […]

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Age And Fertility

Age And Fertility

  Written by:  Shannon McGrath, MSN, WHNP-C In today’s society, age-related infertility is becoming common for a multitude of reasons.  About 20% of U.S. women—a growing share—wait until after age 35 to begin their families, according to data compiled by […]

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