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How Young Women Can Care for Their Fertility

Posted in General | Tagged Fertility, Female fertility, Female age, STD, Fertility testing, Menstruation January 21, 2020

For many young women, taking care of their fertility isn’t a top priority unless they are actively trying to get pregnant. However, even if you’re not planning on conceiving anytime soon, taking charge of your fertility health while you’re younger is beneficial for both the present as we…

What Happens after Infertility Is Considered ‘Unexplained’?

Posted in General | Tagged Unexplained infertility, Infertility, IVF January 15, 2020

Sometimes, there is no discernible medical reason why a couple or individual is unable to conceive. This is known as unexplained infertility, which essentially serves as a catchall diagnosis for infertility issues that cannot be traced to any apparent hormonal or reproductive…

Three Fertility Goals for the New Year

Posted in General | Tagged Infertility, Fertility, Fertility consultation, Insurance coverage, Support group, Financial packages December 26, 2019

A new year, a new decade, and new opportunities to take advantage of modern family building await in 2020. If you’ve been putting off a fertility consultation or had previously delayed treatment, but are interested in starting again, the new year is an ideal time to contact a f…

Is an Egg Donor Pregnancy Different?

Posted in General | Tagged Egg Donation, Egg donor, Egg donor pregnancy, Pregnancy December 20, 2019

If you’re considering working with an egg donor to help grow your family, you likely have some questions and concerns about the process and what to expect. In particular, you may be wondering how an egg donor pregnancy differs from traditional pregnancies. Below are two key points to k…

How IVF Became a Leading Fertility Service

Posted in General | Tagged IVF, IUI December 17, 2019

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a laboratory procedure during which eggs are fertilized outside of the womb by sperm. From 1987 to 2015, one million babies were born in the U.S. from IVF or other assisted reproductive technologies (ART). There are many reasons why IVF has risen in…