Monthly Archives: May 2019

‘We’re grateful for our blessing!’

A patient of ours shares her happy news: “Awesome staff! We’re beyond satisfied with all of the help we received and grateful for our blessing! Thank you! We’d like to help you make your dreams come true, too. Read more … Continue reading

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Study suggests antibiotics may treat endometriosis

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found, in mice, that treatment with an antibiotic reduces the size of lesions caused by endometriosis. The study was published online in the journal Human Reproduction. Endometriosis is a chronic … Continue reading

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‘Dr. Mensah gave me hope’

A patient of ours has high praise for Dr. Virginia Mensah and the staff at RSCNJ: “I  cannot say enough positive things regarding the staff at the Reproductive Science Center. Dr. Mensah takes as much time as you need to … Continue reading

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For friends and family: When infertility strikes

Our last post on advice for friends and family members of those dealing with infertility covers family dynamics. Infertility “may highlight a family’s inadequate means of dealing with problems,” says RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. “Old family issues, jealousies and … Continue reading

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With Mother’s Day coming, the internet makes infertility harder—and easier

“Mother’s Day is coming up. For a lot of people, it’s an opportunity to post adorable family photos on social media and celebrate a day dedicated to moms. For millions of women, it’s a painful reminder of what they don’t … Continue reading

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For friends and family: Myths and facts about infertility

In our last post, we offered some suggestions from RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, about how to talk to those struggling with infertility. In this post, we address some of the myths and facts about that struggle. Among the myths … Continue reading

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For friends and family: Infertility etiquette

Infertility is obviously a difficult situation those trying to conceive. But it also impacts their families. Infertility can cause stress, strain and sometimes harm to family relationships. One of the main factors in that trauma is poor communication. RESOLVE: The … Continue reading

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World’s first “test tube baby” talks about RESOLVE

Louise Brown, the world’s first baby born through in vitro fertilization (IVF), is now 41. Over the past four decades, IVF has helped millions of couples around the world overcome fertility problems and have children. Brown recently spoke with the … Continue reading

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