In vitro fertilization (IVF) has made millions of parenting dreams come true since its introduction to the world of medicine. INVOcell® may soon do the same. Learn more about this more natural and affordable alternative to traditional IVF.
If you’re struggling with infertility, you may have learned more about hormones and their acronyms than you ever wanted to know. But DHEA is a hormone that requires a second look. Our specialty team explains the basics of DHEA and fertility.
The loss of a pregnancy is an overwhelming experience, and multiple miscarriages can be devastating. Our specialty team explains the possible causes of recurrent pregnancy loss and the treatments we offer that may help.
Most people don’t have to worry about fertility issues unless it’s taken more than a year to get pregnant. There are exceptions to this rule, though. Read what our specialists want you to know about when to consider an infertility evaluation.
If you’re struggling with infertility, you’ve probably tried tracking when and how frequently you ovulate. Our team breaks down the facts about ovulation and why it’s a significant focus of fertility evaluations and treatments.
Egg freezing might be your best option if you’re putting off pregnancy for now but do plan to become a parent later. Learn more about this advanced fertility service that allows you to freeze and store healthy eggs for future use.
Egg freezing is gaining popularity for women interested in preserving their eggs for a future pregnancy. But what’s involved, and does it hurt? Our award-winning Reproductive Endocrinologist demystifies the procedure and explains its benefits.
Are you confused about all the options available when considering fertility treatments? Our team’s goal is to help you sort through the chaos and find the best solutions for your needs. Read more about who might benefit from IVF.
Physicians are increasingly aware of the benefits of acupuncture for reducing pain and decreasing stress. Research shows it can also improve pregnancy rates. Read why our well-known team has recommended acupuncture for years.
You know by now that healthy nutrition can protect your heart. But did you know that a healthy diet enhanced with the correct supplements can boost reproductive health? Learn more about the nutrients and supplements that play a role in fertility.
Egg freezing may be the solution if you want to postpone pregnancy but worry about that biological clock ticking in the background. It’s also an option for women facing therapies that may affect future fertility. Read more about freezing your eggs.
Endometriosis, a common cause of infertility, can trigger disabling pelvic pain and heavy menstrual bleeding for weeks every month. Learn about endometriosis, its influence on fertility, and the remedies we offer for this painful disorder.
If you’re considering insemination, you may feel overwhelmed by all the information coming your way. Our team can help clear the confusion. Check these facts about insemination and its role in treating infertility.
PCOS can make becoming pregnant difficult. It is, in fact, a leading cause of infertility, but it’s also one of the most treatable causes of infertility. Our team discusses the link between PCOS and infertility and how our specialists can help.
If you’ve struggled with recurrent miscarriages, you know it’s a heartbreaking experience for expectant parents. Fortunately, many women with multiple miscarriages can have a successful pregnancy. Learn more about recurrent pregnancy loss.
Uterine fibroids can cause heavy menstrual periods and other unpleasant symptoms. Depending on size, location, and number, these benign tumors can also interfere with fertility. Check out these facts about fibroids and their treatment.
PCOS is a common hormonal disorder that can interfere with your fertility or ability to carry a pregnancy to term. Fortunately, it’s also treatable. Our team discusses the effects of PCOS, your risk factors, and therapies that help.
Are you struggling with infertility? We help you achieve your dream by accurately diagnosing and successfully treating fertility problems. Check these facts about four common causes of infertility and how we can help.
Numerous factors play a role in female fertility. If you’re struggling to become pregnant, the problem could relate to your age, your partner, the amount of exercise you’re getting, or none of the above. Learn the facts about female infertility.
INVOcell® provides an effective and more natural way than traditional IVF to accomplish your dream of parenthood. It also saves you money. Our team offers insight about INVOcell® and the many benefits it offers.
Often, the first question someone struggling with infertility asks is: Why? Answering that is the top priority for your fertility specialist as well. Learn why diagnosing infertility is the first step toward achieving your dream.
Are you hesitant to reach out to a friend or family member undergoing fertility treatments because you aren’t sure what to say? We discuss the ways you can support those who are experiencing the emotional highs and lows of infertility.
Reversing the effects of a tubal ligation is an increasingly viable option for many women seeking to have a child. Our expert explains the procedure and the need for a fertility evaluation and other tests in advance of the surgery.
When you’re concerned about fertility, the process of finding out what is causing it can seem overwhelming. Our team is committed to breaking it down for you in easily understood steps. Here’s what you need to know about the semen analysis.
Confused about infertility treatments and how to get started? Our nationally recognized team explains the basics, starting with an infertility workup and how we proceed from there to help make your dreams reality.
You may be surprised to learn that infertility is a relatively common issue that affects about 15% of couples who’ve been trying to conceive for at least a year. Learn the common risk factors for infertility and how a specialist can help.
Home insemination is one of the many effective treatments available to people who are experiencing fertility issues. A nationwide leader in Reproductive Endocrinology discusses the procedure and the potential benefits of home insemination.
An Egg retrieval helps make it possible for someone who is unable to achieve pregnancy with inseminations, or has blocked tubes or male factor infertility (partner has an abnormal semen analysis) to achieve their dream of becoming a parent.
Couples struggling with infertility may consider in vitro fertilization (IVF) as a possible means of achieving their dream of becoming parents. Unfortunately, many myths still surround this increasingly popular procedure used to help women conceive.
What can you do if you’re not yet ready to be a parent but want to make sure you can beat the tick-tock of that infamous biological clock that counts down your fertile years? Discover more about egg freezing and why many women are considering it.
Regardless of what else is going on in the world, the holidays bring their own brand of stress. Find out what holiday stress may mean for your fertility. More importantly, learn from an expert how to help deal with stress over the Holiday season.
Miracles can happen when you combine advanced medical technology with the expertise of a renowned Fertility Specialist. Learn how preimplantation genetic testing can help turn daydreams into reality for couples struggling with infertility.
Endometriosis may cause excessive menstrual bleeding, nausea, or severe pelvic pain. Or it might not. You may not even know you have it until you decide to have a child. Find out more about endometriosis and how it can affect fertility.
There’s a lot of noise out there about vitamins and supplements solving a multitude of health problems. But can they really help with fertility? Find out what a trusted fertility specialist has to say about that.
Preserving fertility is often one of the many concerns faced by men and women who receive a cancer diagnosis at a young age. Learn about the cancer treatments that can affect your fertility and how a Reproductive Endocrinologist can help.
Would you be surprised to learn that being underweight or overweight can play a significant role in fertility problems? Find out why that is and how your weight might also affect the success of infertility treatments.
For many couples struggling with infertility, INVOcell® provides an effective alternative to traditional in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments. Find out why you might want to consider this less costly and more natural version of IVF.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition that can make it very difficult to become pregnant. The good news? PCOS is very treatable. Learn more about PCOS and how a Reproductive Endocrinologist can help.
Education, training, success rate, and communication skills matter when selecting a Reproductive Endocrinologist you can connect with and trust. Learn what to consider as you explore your options for choosing the best fit for you.
If you’re one of the 12% of American couples who face infertility, you probably know about in vitro fertilization (IVF). But if you choose to do IVF, should you do preimplantation genetic testing, too?
Many women are planning the future and ignoring their biological clock by freezing their eggs. But when’s the best time to freeze your eggs so you can have a healthy pregnancy later in life? It may be sooner than you thought.
Women who are having difficulty conceiving might be wondering how long to wait between In Vitro Fertilization treatments if pregnancy didn’t occur on the first attempt, or unsure about how long to wait before beginning IVF.
If you have been diagnosed with endometriosis and want to get pregnant, you might appreciate answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions about this disease that affects between 5-6 million women in the U.S. annually.
An Infertility evaluation is performed when a couple has been trying to conceive for 1 year and have been unsuccessful despite having regular intercourse (or after 6 months if the female partner is over 35).