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Tag Archives: Infertility

How to Prepare for Your First Fertility Consultation

There are a few ways fertility patients can make the most out of and prepare for their first consultation with a specialist. After all, this appointment presents a special opportunity for those who have either struggled to conceive and/or are in need of third-party reproductive services (LGBT…

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Setting Fertility Care Goals for the New Year

If you’ve made a commitment to yourself to start to build the family of your dreams, you’re ready to review some fertility care goals to consider for the new year. After you’ve undergone infertility testing and decided on a course of treatment with your fertility specialist, you’ll want to get yoursel…

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Fighting the Infertility Stigma

As a fertility patient, have you ever felt as though there were a stigma associated with infertility? Fortunately, discussions about fertility issues are more familiar and widespread now. In vitro fertilization (IVF) isn’t the mysterious medical procedure it once was, and egg donation and g…

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Five Reasons to Visit a Fertility Specialist in 2017

Have you been putting off or ignoring a fertility concern? The decision to visit a fertility specialist is an important step toward building your family. If you are facing infertility, this decision can be overwhelming. First, you will need to accept that you may not be able to have a child in the…

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How Endometriosis Affects Fertility

Endometriosis is a female reproductive disorder that occurs when tissue normally lining the inside of a woman’s uterus (endometrium) is found on the outside of the uterus. Endometriosis is a fairly common condition. About 5.5 million women in the U.S. have endometriosis – though they may not know it.…

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An Overview of Secondary Infertility

Secondary infertility is becoming increasingly relevant in the fertility field; in fact, half of all infertility cases today are the result of secondary infertility according to RESOLVE. Traditional infertility is when a couple tries to conceive for 6 months to a year (depending on age) without…

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