Infertility

Many people dream of having a baby of their own but with over 5 million Americans struggling each year with infertility issues, conception and a successful pregnancy may be difficult to achieve. Most understand that illegal drugs and alcohol use as well as smoking will increase...

The Fertility Center of Dallas is both pleased and proud to announce our designation as an Aetna Institute of Excellence. Enhanced Fertility Care with Aetna Institute of Excellence Designation It is not easy to be designated by Aetna of an Institute of Excellence. It is their highest...

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...

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...

The holidays are such a tricky thing to navigate for the infertility community. What feels like a steady stream of fun parties and gatherings with friends and family can feel like a series of emotional traps of landmines instead. Take Good Care of Yourself Over the...

There is a lot of information out there about the injectable fertility medications used to stimulate ovarian follicles to produce higher-than-normal numbers of mature eggs. The most common versions of these medications come in the form of the follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), with common pharmaceutical names...

Cancer treatments of any kind can have a drastic effect on female fertility. In a recent study, as many as two-thirds of women who underwent chemotherapy stopped menstruating after treatment. If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer and are hoping to start a family after...

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...

After 12 months of unsuccessful pregnancy attempts at home (six months if you are 35 years or older), you head to a fertility center for a diagnosis. Basic diagnostic tests complete, you are called in to hear your official infertility diagnosis, and the verdict is...

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