Fertility Specialist

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted July 21, 2020     In

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 ease your uncertainties and determine when to see a fertility specialist.   Signs of Infertility […]

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted May 23, 2019     In

Series: Get to Know Us – Nita Peterson

Our team here at Red Rock Fertility Center is committed to all the growing families that walk through our doors. We provide the best service and experience to all our patients through personal relationships between our staff and patients. To get to know our team better, enjoy our Get to Know Us Series! Our staff […]

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted August 29, 2018     In

Series: Get to Know Us – Erin Jackson

Our team here at Red Rock Fertility Center is committed to the growing families that walk through our doors. We provide personalized service to all our patients, and also believe it is important to develop a personal relationship with our patients to deliver the best experience. To get to know our team better, enjoy our […]

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted March 20, 2018     In

What to Do After Your Infertility Diagnosis

After hearing your infertility diagnosis, moving forward may seem impossible. But, you can also feel empowered after an infertility diagnosis. By surrounding yourself with supportive people, turning to a reputable clinic for fertility help, and educating yourself and your family, you can move forward in a positive and productive way. Let’s look at healthy ways […]

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted December 8, 2017     In

How to Choose a Fertility Clinic

When you realize that you may need more help getting pregnant than you expected can sometimes be overwhelming. But, it’s good to remember how much fertility technology has improved and the many options women have to help them conceive. So many options, in fact, that it might be hard to choose which is right for […]

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted August 31, 2017     In

Preparing for Your First Fertility Appointment

Are you feeling nervous? Excited? Apprehensive? You’re likely experiencing a range of as you prepare for your first fertility appointment and that’s ok! This is the next step towards achieving your goals and just might be the opportunity you’ve been looking for to grow your family. Before you visit the fertility clinic for your initial […]

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted April 17, 2015     In

5 Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Fertility Doctor

Choosing a fertility doctor is one of the most important choices you’ll ever make. After all, you’re literally putting your family in your fertility doctor’s hands, so it’s of the utmost importance that you choose a doctor who you can trust and who respects your family’s values, beliefs, and lifestyle. To make sure that you […]

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 age of 40 this year alone.  When you couple this information with the fact that […]

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 the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Nationally, the mean age of first-time mothers was […]

By Red Rock Fertility     Posted January 24, 2012     In

Why Consider a Fertility Specialist?

If you had a heart problem, you wouldn’t see your family doctor. Yet, many couples don’t realize they need to see a fertility specialist, or reproductive endocrinologist (RE), until they have spent a great deal of time trying to conceive without any luck. With advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility, an RE […]