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    What Is The Best Fertility Treatment for Endometriosis?


    Endometriosis: IVF is Much More Successful and Cost-effective Than IUI Endometriosis is a common gynecological disorder that affects 1 in 10 women around the world. This medical condition is often found in women's reproductive age, i.e., from 15 to 49 years. Also, it can lead to several complications, including infertility and dysmenorrhea (irregular periods). Due ...Read More

    What Is The Best Fertility Treatment for Endometriosis?2020-01-17T09:54:20+00:00

    Why Surrogate’s Partners Need Support


    Surrogacy is an inherently complicated process that has been made exponentially easier by reputable surrogacy agencies.  Even then, personal backup is essential. At Reproductive Sciences Medical Center, we talk a lot about supporting surrogates during their surrogacy journey. Surrogates, Surrogacy agencies, doctors, and IVF clinics often get praised for their efforts, but the surrogate’s partner ...Read More

    Why Surrogate’s Partners Need Support2019-11-26T07:10:30+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

    10 Myths About Fertility Treatment


    Fertility treatments have saved the happiness of millions of families around the world. Unfortunately, there are some myths that stigmatize against fertility treatments and make others wary of them. The follow are common misconceptions and the truth to these commonly mistaken aspects of fertility treatment. Myth #1: IVF is the one and only option Truth: ...Read More

    10 Myths About Fertility Treatment2020-01-17T11:25:35+00:00

    IUI Isn’t for Everyone


    Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a type of assisted reproductive technology, in which sperm is injected into the uterus to improve fertilization success rates. We will discuss the circumstances in which IUI isn’t recommended or effective. We will also go over the risks of multiple births associated with its use. The Contraindications Associated With IUI 1. ...Read More

    IUI Isn’t for Everyone2019-11-26T07:11:51+00:00

    How to Win the Battle with Infertility


    Infertility is a Battle, You Fight with Everything You Have and Then You Reach Acceptance Infertility is an insidious enemy, it often attacks with no warning and leaves its victims perplexed, angry and sad. So how do you fight an enemy that can rob you of your self-esteem along with your thwarting your biological urge ...Read More

    How to Win the Battle with Infertility2019-11-26T07:12:28+00:00

    How to Support Your Partner During Infertility Treatment


    During Infertility Treatment Women Suffer Guilt and Stress, By Reminding Her That You Love and Support Her You Can Lift Some of the Burden Infertility treatment can be one of the emotionally charged things a couple can go through and most of the stress and worry is taken on by the woman. It’s not ...Read More

    How to Support Your Partner During Infertility Treatment2019-11-26T07:12:28+00:00

    Coping with Infertility While Thinking of Adoption


    The Stages of Grief Experienced While Undergoing Infertility Treatment Can Help Prepare You for Life After Infertility and Adoption Most people who go through an adoption have gone through infertility treatment first. This is not because adoption is a “second best” scenario when it comes to becoming parents but because humans are programmed to ...Read More

    Coping with Infertility While Thinking of Adoption2020-01-17T13:08:28+00:00

    Breaking the Infertility Stereotypes


    Despite Common Gender Stereotypes, Infertility Does Not Mean a Person Isn’t Complete Throughout most of history infertility was thought to be a female problem, at this time women stereotypes were based on fertility and motherhood since almost all women were housewives. Women who weren’t mothers were not conforming to gender stereotypes and often marginalized by ...Read More

    Breaking the Infertility Stereotypes2019-11-26T07:13:02+00:00

    How We Can Diagnose Male & Female Infertility and Preserve Fertility


    Infertility Affects Both Men and Women In the United States, approximately 6% of couples who want to get pregnant either can’t conceive or can’t continue a pregnancy to term. This breaks down to: one-third of these cases are due to female infertility, one-third are due to male infertility, and the final one-third are infertility ...Read More

    How We Can Diagnose Male & Female Infertility and Preserve Fertility2019-11-26T07:13:03+00:00