Monthly Archives: November 2018

Trusted with a ‘priceless task’

A patient of ours recently posted this nice recommendation: “Very welcoming, passionate, and guided us through every step closely. They were encouraging, and I felt like we could trust them with the priceless task we gave to them. So thankful … Continue reading

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New podcast discusses intrauterine insemination with Clomid

Ovulation disorders are one of the most common causes of female infertility. Drug therapies are often used with intrauterine insemination (IUI) to treat infertility caused by ovulatory disorders. In our latest podcast, Dr. Virginia Mensah discusses the pros and cons … Continue reading

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New research called ‘a remarkable improvement’ in fertility treatment

European scientists have discovered a simple way to improve infertility treatment in the future. The results of the study, published in Human Reproduction, can be used in precision medicine to account for the variability in each female patient’s menstrual cycle. … Continue reading

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A heartfelt story of infertility: ‘I see you, I have been you, I support you’

A patient of ours named Alisha Lasko shared her fertility story on Facebook a few weeks ago. She has allowed us to share it as well on our blog. Please leave your comments below. I wrote this a long time … Continue reading

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Study links stress to infertility in women

A new study led by Boston University School of Public Health researchers finds higher levels of stress are associated with lower odds of conception for women, but not for men. The study was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. “Although … Continue reading

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