Fertility Solutions: Official Blog

Fertility Solutions Attended the 2016 Resolve NE Walk of Hope in Dedham, MA

Posted in Fertility Solutions | Tagged RESOLVE, RESOLVE New England, RESOLVE New England Walk of Hope September 19, 2016

Fertility Solutions would like to offer a big "Thank you" to everyone who donated or attended this year's "Walk of Hope" hosted by Resolve, the National Infertility Association. Attendees of this year's walk included the physicians, staff and former patients of…

What Else Can Fertility Clinics Do Outside of IVF?

Posted in General | Tagged IVF, PGD, Third Party Reproduction, Egg donation, Surrogacy, PCOS, Endometriosis September 16, 2016

Fertility Solutions is proud to offer patients a full spectrum of infertility care, ranging from diagnostic testing through many treatment options customized to each patient’s particular needs. Comprehensive fertility care doesn’t begin and end with in vitro fertilization (IVF) for eve…

I Have Premature Ovarian Failure. Do I Need an Egg Donor?

Posted in Egg Donation | Tagged Premature ovarian failure, POF, Egg donation September 12, 2016

Premature ovarian failure (POF), also called primary ovarian insufficiency or premature menopause, occurs when ovaries fail to function properly in women under 40 years of age. A woman diagnosed with POF experiences infertility because her ovaries no longer release eggs regularly or…

The Number One Reason to Attend a Fertility Seminar at Fertility Solutions

Posted in Free Fertility Seminar | Tagged Affordable Fertility Care August 29, 2016

Fertility Solutions is proud to offer a free fertility education seminar each month on a rotating basis across our six New England locations. These seminars are an excellent option for both prospective and current Fertility Solutions patients because they present a no-cost…

Three Factors That May Disqualify You from IVF Treatment

Posted in IVF | Tagged Age and female fertility, Advanced maternal age, Obesity, PCOS August 18, 2016

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is one of the most common infertility treatments. It is typically recommended in cases where the female patient has an inherited genetic disease, experiences recurrent miscarriages, has damaged or blocked fallopian tubes, or endometriosis-related…