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Suffering a miscarriage is one of the most painful experiences an expectant couple can go through. One moment you are eagerly awaiting the arrival of your bundle of joy; the next, all that joy has been taken from you. You’re not alone. Of recognized pregnancies,...

When women or couples determine it’s time to use a donor egg to increase their likelihood of fertility treatment success, egg donors are their heroines. The viable eggs you provide really do make dreams come true. Read, Using a Donor Egg for more insight on...

The wonderful news is that you’re pregnant! You’ve survived the TWW and got the results you’ve been waiting…Wait! Where are you going? Ah! Yes. Yet another trip to the bathroom (or nearest trashcan, or the most vacant corner of the grocery store parking lot…) Congratulations! You’re Pregnant…and...

Frozen embryos are just as viable as fresh embryos when it comes to IVF success. This is great news for couples pursuing repeat round(s) of IVF, women who put their IVF cycle on hold as the result of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome or those who’ve created...

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an insidious infection, causing inflammation, swelling and potential damage to the uterus, fallopian tubes and other reproductive organs. It results from pelvic bacterial infections, most often the result of chlamydia or gonorrhea. Because certain STDs and bacterial infections are asymptomatic, and...

One of the most important infertility tests we perform when evaluating female fertility factors is the AMH fertility test. AMH stands for anti-Müllerian hormone, a biochemical produced by maturing cells in your ovarian follicles. The test is performed via a simple blood sample, which can...

With the spring equinox behind us, many are looking forward to summer travels. If you’re pregnant, or trying to conceive (TTC), that means checking in with the CDC website to verify whether your journey – or destination(s) – could bring you in contact with Zika-carrying...

If there’s one thing we hear often from our patients, it’s that they feel so isolated in their experience. While statistics make infertility less rare than you might think (1 in 8 couples), that isn’t very helpful if you and your partner are the only...

One of the most common misconceptions about reproduction is that once you’ve had one child, you will have no difficulties in conceiving again. Unfortunately, this simply isn’t true. Each year approximately 3.5 million Americans suffer from a condition known as secondary infertility, the inability to...

For many individuals and couples, the IVF journey is so fraught with twists and turns that little attention is paid to future unused embryos. That decision-making step seems almost unattainable when you’re coping with repeat IVF cycles and the busyness of raising babies, toddlers and...

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