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While some early signs of pregnancy are well-known and common, such as morning sickness, others might make you wonder if you should call your doctor. Keep the following normal pregnancy symptoms in mind when you’re in your first trimester. Knowing what is normal and what is...

Premature ovarian failure (POF), also called premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), is diagnosed when ovaries stop releasing eggs before the age of 40. A less common infertility diagnosis, it occurs in 1 out of 1000 women under the age of 30, and 1 in 100 women...

Family balancing, or gender selection, is an exciting option for individuals and couples pursuing IVF, and who are interested in choosing the boy/girl ratio in their family. This option is especially appealing to parents who already have multiples of a single-sex, and would like to...

Best Fertility Doctor in Dallas: D Magazine Features Fertility Center of Dallas High fertility success rates are one part of being named, “The Best Fertility Doctor in Dallas,” but there is far more to it than that. Here at the Fertility Center of Dallas, we’re proud...

It's a girl! Please join us in welcoming our newest bundle of joy, the fourth baby born from a #UterusTransplant at Baylor University Medical Center, and congratulating the family of the third baby born as part of the landmark uterus transplant clinical trial. Four babies...

Following the fourth birth of a child from a uterus transplant, The TODAY Show contacted Baylor University Medical Center part of Baylor, Scott & White in Dallas and created this piece where 2 of the new mothers were able to discuss their journey from facing...

It’s true that endometriosis is a leading cause of infertility in the United States. However, most women with endometriosis still get pregnant. According to endometriosis.org, “…60% to 70% of women with endometriosis are considered fertile,” and more than half of those women get pregnant and...

When you have been diagnosed with fertility problems, it’s understandable to feel unsure about how you should handle it or what you should do. The following steps for infertility recovery can help you come to terms with your condition and take an active part in determining...

The increasing, state-recognized legalization of marijuana – medicinally and recreationally – does NOT mean that marijuana is healthy. The de-regulation of marijuana is an indicator of a cultural shift, but it is an alarming shift for those of us who work as physicians and healthcare...

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