Fertility Archives - Fertility Center of Dallas
-1
archive,category,category-fertility,category-228,bridge-core-1.0.5,ctct-bridge,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-child-theme-ver-1.0.0,qode-theme-ver-18.1,qode-theme-bridge,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.0.2,vc_responsive

Fertility

Taking a prenatal supplement won’t improve your chance of getting pregnant, but it can help your body prepare by getting healthy. These supplements contain important nutrients that your body needs in order to have a healthy pregnancy. When to Take Prenatal Supplements Don’t wait until you’re already...

Egg freezing is a viable fertility option for women from all backgrounds and life stories. For some, it is a way to preserve fertility in the wake of a medical diagnosis and/or medical treatment known to compromise fertility. For others, it’s a means of safeguarding...

We ingest, inhale or absorb known toxins every day. This occurs via our water and food supply, air quality and even the health/beauty and cleaning products we use. Unfortunately, some of these toxins are known endocrine disruptors. This means they can negatively affect the body’s...

Those of us in the fertility world are very aware that women bear the brunt of the scrutiny, blame and responsibility when a couple can’t get pregnant. Since infertility factors are shared evenly between women and men, this is a major injustice. If you and your...

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...

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...

Translate »