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Infertility

Fertility Center of Dallas is Tier 1 BSWQA Network Provider Fertility Center of Dallas is proud to be a Tier 1 Network Provider for the Baylor, Scott, & White Healthcare plan. If you are part of the Select Exclusive Quality Alliance (SEQA) Plan, the Exclusive Quality Alliance...

Untying your tubes – called a tubal ligation reversal – is possible, but the success of the procedure (aka, your ability to get pregnant afterward) depends on various factors. Women planning to reverse your tubal ligation need a surgeon who is especially conscientious about completing the...

Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) is a relatively new offering in the world of IVF. It allows embryologists to test embryos for chromosomal and/or genetic abnormalities that might prevent successful implantation and/or a healthy, live birth. Because it is an adjunct treatment option for individuals or couples...

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...

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...

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...

Often, a couple’s infertility is assumed to be the result of issues with the female reproductive tract. This is especially the case when a woman has a known infertility factor – such as PCOS or endometriosis. When that occurs, men often balk at our request...

Ovulation problems are the primary culprit in over a quarter of the the fertility cases reported by women. Quite simply, when your body’s ability to ovulate is disrupted or impaired, you cannot conceive a child. But knowing that a problem exists only narrows down the...

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