Fertility Solutions: Official Blog

How to Stay Organized During Fertility Treatment

Posted in General | Tagged Fertility treatment September 18, 2017

Everyone’s path to parenthood can differ, and those undergoing fertility treatment to build their families can face additional logistical hurdles in the process. Doctor’s appointments, injection schedules, research, questions for your fertility specialist, testing, procedure dates, ult…

Do I Need to Pick an Egg Donor Who Looks Like Me?

Posted in Egg Donation | Tagged Egg donation, Egg donor, Egg donation process, Fairfax Egg Bank, LGBTQ family building September 11, 2017

Choosing an egg donor to help build your family is a very important decision, and many growing families are unsure how to decide the factors they will weigh when making this choice. Often, couples will choose someone who looks like they do, measuring traits such as height, weight,…

Recurrent Miscarriage: Causes and Treatment Options

Posted in General | Tagged Miscarriage, Recurrent miscarriage, Recurrent pregnancy loss, PGD August 29, 2017

Recurrent miscarriage, or recurrent pregnancy loss, is defined as three (or more) consecutive miscarriages prior to the 20th week of your pregnancy. At Fertility Solutions, we understand that experiencing a miscarriage can be a painful, difficult experience on its own, and that…

How You Can Share Your Fertility Story with Fertility Solutions

Posted in General | Tagged Patient Testimonials, Patient Satisfaction August 24, 2017

Once the stress of fertility treatment has passed, many couples and individuals have stories that detail the experience of growing their family through assisted reproduction. These stories serve two important purposes: They can provide therapeutic relief for those who have…

How to Talk to Your Child about Infertility Treatment and Third-Party Reproduction (When the Time Is Right)

Posted in General | Tagged Third Party Reproduction, IVF, Fertility treatment, Parent August 17, 2017

Once a child is old enough to begin asking questions generally, parents quickly adapt to a daily barrage of inquiries covering all kinds of topics. Children are curious by nature, and typically it’s only a matter of time before your child will (in some way) inquire where he or she c…