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    How to Choose an Egg Donor


    If an egg donor is needed on your path to parenthood, there are many things to consider. Some people choose a friend or a family member to be an egg donor for them, while others choose to work through an agency or fertility clinic, which can pair egg donors with you. We considered being the ...Read More

    How to Choose an Egg Donor2020-01-17T10:03:56+00:00

    What is AMH and What Can it Really Tell You?


    For a couple looking to start a family, the discovery that infertility is standing in their way can be quite devastating. Infertility occurs when the ability to become pregnant is difficult, sometimes even completely impossible. Both men and women can experience issues with their fertility. An AMH test can help those couples. You have to ...Read More

    What is AMH and What Can it Really Tell You?2020-01-17T10:12:09+00:00

    The Myths and Realities of Fertility Treatments


    Despite increasing popularity and public attention, there are still plenty of myths floating around about In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), and other fertility treatments.  It’s important to clear up these myths as they can create unwanted tension amongst those who are considering these options to start their family. So, let’s have a look ...Read More

    The Myths and Realities of Fertility Treatments2019-11-26T07:09:28+00:00

    Should you choose Fresh or Frozen Eggs for your IVF treatment?


    Fresh eggs were the preferred source used in assisted reproductive technology until recently and are still the most prevalent method used around the world. Recent advances in the freezing and vitrification process have led to frozen egg donation becoming a more viable option. This has also led to the creation of Egg Donor Banks that ...Read More

    Should you choose Fresh or Frozen Eggs for your IVF treatment?2019-11-26T07:09:33+00:00

    Ways to Maintain Healthy Eggs


    Typically, infertility isn’t something that women think about, until the day she wants to get pregnant. Most people go along merrily assuming that getting pregnant can be an easy thing, but unfortunately, that’s not always the case. The fact of the matter is, one in every eight couples all around the world are experiencing infertility.  ...Read More

    Ways to Maintain Healthy Eggs2020-01-06T11:36:46+00:00

    Is it Easy to Get Pregnant in your 40s?


    The thought of getting pregnant at the age of 40 might be scary for some women. Even though getting pregnant in your early 40s without any fertility treatment is possible, your chances of conceiving naturally are far lower than what it was when you were in your 20s or 30s. This means that conceiving naturally ...Read More

    Is it Easy to Get Pregnant in your 40s?2019-11-26T07:09:43+00:00

    How Research has Shown the Future of Male Fertility


    Our fertility experts at Reproductive Sciences Medical Center have done extensive research regarding male infertility.  Studies have confirmed what many fertility specialists have suspected for some time now. There has been a dramatic increase in the levels of male infertility. We’re going to take a look at some possible factors based on the results of ...Read More

    How Research has Shown the Future of Male Fertility2019-12-21T06:02:55+00:00

    Can I Get Pregnant After a Cancer Diagnosis?


    Diagnosis and treatment for cancer is stressful. If this wasn’t enough, there’s  additional stress for women who haven’t started or completed their families beforehand. With improvements in the treatment of cancer, the survival rate for certain types of cancer is now higher than ever. But this comes with other consequences that must also be taken ...Read More

    Can I Get Pregnant After a Cancer Diagnosis?2020-01-17T10:46:00+00:00

    PCOS-Related Infertility Treatment Options


    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, commonly known as PCOS, is the most common ovulatory disorder found in women with fertility problems.  It affects as many as 10% of all women in their prime childbearing years. Before discussing PCOS treatments, let’s understand what PCOS is in a bit more detail. What is PCOS? PCOS or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome ...Read More

    PCOS-Related Infertility Treatment Options2019-11-26T07:10:30+00:00