IVF

After decades of diagnosing and treating infertility, the specialists, nurses, and staff at Fertility Center of Dallas witness the toll the fertility treatment rollercoaster takes on individuals and couples. What begins as an exciting adventure (Let’s get pregnant!), turns into the reality of an infertility...

We typically diagnose diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) during infertility testing. However, we’re noticing an uptick of young women coming to our practice after learning they have DOR through proactive AMH fertility testing. Egg stores and fertility rates diminish naturally with age, so virtually every woman over...

While it’s true women are born with a set quantity of eggs, egg quality is dependent on other factors. This means there are things most women can do to improve egg quality. 7 Ways to Optimize Egg Quality Things like chromosomal or genetic abnormalities are unavoidable and...

Fertility medications are used to hyper-stimulate the ovaries so they produce more mature eggs than they usually would. There are two different types of fertility medications: oral and injectable. Oral meds are a weaker version of the two. So, while they still cause side effects...

ASRM 2021 Speaker Dr. Putman has the honor of presenting at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Baltimore, MD on October 20, 2021. He will be updating his colleagues on the pregnancy rates after uterus transplant and IVF. He will be presenting alongside...

Best Fertility Doctor in Dallas: 2021 D Magazine Features Fertility Center of Dallas High fertility success rates are one part of being named one of the BEST INFERTILITY Doctors in Dallas but there is far more to it than that. Here at the Fertility Center of...

Employers and health insurance companies have come a long way when it comes to providing fertility treatment coverage. That said, there is still much they can do to make family-building more financially equitable for all. 5 Steps to Learn More About Your Fertility Coverage Fertility testing and...

Ovulation is the cornerstone of female fertility and, before technological innovations, our clients faithfully tracked their menstrual cycles and symptoms on a calendar. Once we had several months’ worth of data, we could begin to predict their ovulation cycle, note irregularities, and get specific information...

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