Fertility Solutions: Official Blog

Employee Recognition Series: Meaghan Devlin, PACU Nurse and Egg Donor Coordinator

Posted in General | Tagged Employee Recognition Series, Meaghan Devlin, Fairfax Egg Bank April 1, 2019

“Meaghan is a wonderful nurse, who has a dual role at Fertility Solutions, in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit and as the Fairfax Donor Egg Coordinator. Meaghan is warm and caring and dedicated to her patient care. We and our patients are lucky to have her.” - Fertility Solutions Man…

Fertility Solutions for LGBTQ Families

Posted in General | Tagged LGBTQ, LGBTQ family building, Gestational surrogacy, Egg donation, Sperm donation, Third Party Reproduction March 29, 2019

Today, LGBTQ couples have a range of services available for family planning. As more clinics offer fertility solutions specifically catering to LGBTQ couples, many same-sex couples are exploring their options and considering possibilities. When looking for a fertility clinic, in…

How to Help Friends and Family Struggling with Fertility Issues

Posted in General | Tagged Fertility support, Fertility care March 25, 2019

When someone you care for is going through something you haven’t experienced, you may feel at a loss as to how to best support him or her. The good news is that if you’re struggling, it means you’re probably a compassionate, thoughtful person. The downside is that not everyone knows the r…

Three Ways to Stay Optimistic During Fertility Treatment

Posted in General | Tagged Fertility treatment, Fertility stress, Fertility support group March 15, 2019

As anyone who has undergone fertility treatment knows, the journey to parenthood has the potential to be daunting. There’s a lot on your mind (and on your schedule), and staying optimistic can feel like its own challenge – when you’re already feeling rather challenged. This is why it is…

Five Myths That Can Harm Your Chances of Getting Pregnant

Posted in General | Tagged Fertility myths, IVF, Age and female fertility, Period, Miscarriage, Male factor fertility February 19, 2019

A surprising amount of the information we take in comes from sources that might not be as reputable as we’d like, particularly in the age of social media. It’s not uncommon for fertility patients to come across social media posts and articles about getting pregnant, including spe…