Fertility

If you’re in the midst of your fertility journey, there’s a good chance that the word romantic isn’t necessarily an adjective used to describe your emotional state. This query from a sex column in The Guardian sums up the sentiments we’ve heard from so many...

Dr. Putman and Dr. Zhang, along with the entire team at the Fertility Center of Dallas, couldn’t be more proud and grateful to be a part of this world-renowned study. These births are the latest milestones in the uterine transplant clinical trial at Baylor University...

If you have an infertility diagnosis, odds are Clomid will play a role in your fertility treatment path. It is a mild, oral fertility medication that stimulates ovulation. Clomid can work to kickstart irregular ovulation or to help you release more than one egg -...

Having one functioning fallopian tube should not affect your ability to get pregnant as long as there aren’t other infertility factors at work. If, however, there is an anatomical abnormality or blockage in your functioning tube or you are diagnosed with additional infertility issues such...

Egg freezing is available for the female population at large, and is increasingly used by women who worry they won’t be ready to conceive during their optimal fertile window.

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We are nine months into a whole new world, and it can feel like nothing is the same as it used to be. Even so, when it comes to the physiologic processes involved with reproduction - everything is exactly as it used to be. All of the...

It’s never too early to prepare yourself to get pregnant. Most importantly, there is a direct correlation between fertility and your physical and emotional well being. 6 Things You Can Do Right Now To Prepare For Pregnancy If you are planning to get pregnant or have a...

If you have received an infertility diagnosis, then you’ve probably been informed that the road to conception may be longer than anticipated, and may have more than its fair share of downs than ups before you experience the joy of giving birth to a baby. It...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJnySdgy35U The Moore Family Story of their journey to completing their family. Fertility Center of Dallas was honored to be a part of the beautiful family's story....

Knowing when you’re ovulating is essential because it takes an egg to grow a baby. Plus, the female egg has a shorter lifespan than healthy sperm. So, while sperm can enjoy swimming around in the cervical and fallopian tubes for days (three to five days...

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