Fertility Solutions: Official Blog

Free New Patient Visits During the Month of May in Providence, RI

Posted in General | Tagged Free Consultation, Providence Rhode Island April 20, 2017

Fertility Solutions is proud to offer free new patient consultations during the month of May in our Providence, RI location. This offer is for new, self-pay patients only and all free consultations must take place between May 1-31, 2017. Request your free consultation in Providence,…

Is Egg Freezing Right for Me?

Posted in Fertility Preservation | Tagged Egg Freezing, Fertility Preservation April 12, 2017

There isn’t one simple reason why women choose to freeze their eggs. Reasons for egg freezing can vary widely, including medical, social or other personal motivations. Fortunately, as fertility preservation becomes more prevalent across a wider female age range, more women can at l…

Five Things to Do When You Feel Overwhelmed by Fertility Treatments

Posted in General | Tagged Infertility support, Infertility April 7, 2017

Whether you’re preparing to undergo fertility treatment or currently working through your treatment plan, both situations can certainly cause a lot of stress. Fertility Solutions understands how the time between an infertility diagnosis to a positive pregnancy test can feel like i…

Meet the Journey to Parenthood Scholarship Winners, Part III

Posted in General | Tagged Journey to Parenthood, Falmouth Road Race, Infertility March 17, 2017

Last fall, Fertility Solutions was a Journey to Parenthood sponsor for the Falmouth Road Race. Our sponsorship funds helped contribute to “scholarships” for those seeking financial support for the infertility treatment and/or third-party reproductive services needed to build their fam…

March Is National Endometriosis Awareness Month

Posted in General | Tagged Endometriosis, Infertility March 13, 2017

Fertility Solutions supports women with endometriosis during National Endometriosis Awareness Month and all year round. Endometriosis is when tissue that would normally grow inside the uterus grows on the outside of the uterus instead. This notoriously-underdiagnosed disease can…