Why Does the IVF Lab “shut down” for a Week in December?

Posted in IVF | Tagged IVF, IVF laboratory, Michael Lee January 8, 2018

By Michael Lee, MS, TS, ELD Many patients find it inconvenient to delay a cycle due to the IVF lab closing in December, and we wanted to offer an explanation for why this process is needed. IVF laboratory instruments The IVF lab consists of numerous highly sophisticated instruments. These include 11 very critical benchtop incubators, warmers, heated surfaces for microscopes and laminar flow…

Five Ways to Make Your IVF Cycle a Little Easier

Posted in IVF | Tagged IVF treatment November 30, 2017

Starting an IVF cycle can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, as a patient of Fertility Solutions, you will experience the supportive, compassionate care all fertility patients deserve. Our practice is dedicated to ensuring that patients never feel like a number, and we want you to know at all times that your family-building goals are our priority. IVF is certainly a process, but that doesn’t mean t…

Are You a Member of the U.S. Military? Fertility Solutions Honors Your Service with a Special IVF Discount

Posted in IVF | Tagged Military IVF Advantage Plan, Military IVF Discount May 24, 2017

To help demonstrate our sincere gratitude for the sacrifices shown by the men and women of the U.S. military, Fertility Solutions is proud to offer a special 10% discount on our already low-priced IVF Military Advantage Plan. In order to honor our commitment to clear, transparent fertility treatment pricing, we've provided all of the details for this special discount below: The 10% discount…

What Is IVF like When You're Single?

Posted in IVF | Tagged Single parent IVF, IUI, IVF, recurrent pregnancy loss, Endometriosis, PGD October 27, 2016

Single parent IVF refers to when a single woman undergoes in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment with the aid of a sperm donor. Typically, when a single woman wishes to build her family with a sperm donor, she will first use intrauterine (artificial) insemination (IUI) to deposit the donated sperm directly into her uterus during ovulation. In cases where IUI has been unsuccessful or if a medical…

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 infertility. It is also used in cases where the male patient has low sperm count or motility. We want to emphasize that…