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Infertility

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...

Hindsight is always 20/20 with anything in life – but wouldn’t it be nice if some lessons didn’t have to be learned the hard way especially when starting IVF treatments? 5 Things Women Should Know Before Starting IVF Knowing the following may ease your way along the...

We love Dallas, but we fear our patients who remain put here during their IVF cycles are more likely to fret and worry than get out and see the local sites. For that reason, we recommend getting out of Dallas Metro area and taking a...

Ectopic pregnancies take place when a fertilized egg implants somewhere outside of the uterus. In 90% of cases, the fetus attaches in the fallopian tubes, although it can wind up attaching in other uterine/reproductive tissue. While rare, ectopic pregnancies are very serious. The only treatment...

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,...

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...

Your pre-conception reproductive health has a big part in your ability to conceive and carry a baby full-term when you’re ready. This is why health professionals campaign tirelessly for young men and women, between the ages of 9 and 26, to get their HPV vaccine – and to...

Is “conceive a baby” your primo New Year’s Resolution this year? If so, the following fertility tips will help you along the way. Remember that it takes most women an average of about 12-months to get pregnant – and there’s no need to seek outside fertility...

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