IVF

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...

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...

Egg freezing is available for the female population at large, and is increasingly used by women who worry they won’t be ready to conceive during their optimal fertile window.

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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...

When you create the embryos for your IVF cycles, all of the focus is on successful transfer and implantation. However, the team at the Fertility Center of Dallas likes to take a comprehensive approach to the IVF timeline - which includes planning what to do...

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...

The decision to use a surrogate comes more easily to some; for example, men who want to become fathers but need a gestational carrier to make that happen. For others, it is a more challenging decision because it means surrendering the dream of carrying their...

Polycystic ovary syndrome, also known as PCOS, is a disorder that affects the endocrine system. Roughly 7-10% of childbearing age in the U.S. have this disorder. It also known as a very common cause of infertility. What Causes It? The underlying cause of this disorder is not...

A hysterosalpingogram (HSG), is a fairly standard part of the infertility testing protocol. The test allows doctors to view the interior walls of your fallopian tubes and uterus, specifically looking for blockages or irregular shapes/contours that prevent conception or cause miscarriages. How Does an HSG Work? HSGs...

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