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What is Involved with an Ovarian Reserve Evaluation?

What is Evaluation of Ovarian Reserve? Ovarian Reserve is the medical terminology for tests to evaluate the quality of a woman’s eggs and quantity of remaining eggs.  As women age their ovarian reserve declines.  Some women with infertility will have a premature decline in their ovarian reserve that leads to difficulty achieving pregnancy. How Can Read More …




What is Premature Ovarian Failure?

Premature ovarian failure also referred to as “primary ovarian insufficiency” occurs when the ovaries are unable to function properly before you hit the age of 40 years. Once the ovaries fail, they are unable to produce the correct amounts of estrogen hormone or release good quality eggs regularly. The result is difficulty getting pregnant or Read More …




What Exactly is a Uterine Septum?

Uterine Septum (also known as Septate uterus) is a condition where the uterus gets an extra wedge of tissue known as the septum that hangs from the top. The septum can be a little bit small, or it can extend all the way to the cervix dividing the uterus into two cavities. The condition is Read More …



What is Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)?

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) is a simple screening test carried out to determine if there are chromosomal or genetic disorders present in the embryos. This is performed through a procedure known as the IVF (in vitro fertilization). The embryos are first screened before being transferred directly into the uterus to enable a couple make a Read More …



An Overview of Clomiphene for Infertility Treatment

What is Clomiphene? Clomiphene helps stimulate the release of hormones needed for ovulation. The clomiphene therapy is usually taken for five consecutive days during the early menstrual cycle. Only 80% of anovulatory women will ovulate on Clomiphene and sometimes finding the right dosage for ovulation stimulation may take a couple of cycles. The patient typically Read More …




Overview of Artificial Insemination from a Colorado Fertility Clinic

What is Artificial Insemination? Artificial Insemination is a method used to treat different kinds of infertility in both women and men. During this procedure, the sperm is introduced into a woman’s cervix, uterus or fallopian tubes. This shortens the trip covered by the sperm, eliminating any potential obstructions. IUI or intrauterine insemination where the sperm Read More …




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