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Signs of Infertility in Women: How to Recognize It's Time for Help

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 20, 2016 10:07:47 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in Infertility, Treatment, Reproductive Specialist

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Struggling to get pregnant can be a frustrating experience, and the questions that can go through your mind can be unnerving. You may have questions like, “is it him?”, “is it me?” and ultimately, “could I be infertile?” It goes without saying that the first commonly accepted sign of infertility in a woman, is the inability to get pregnant after having regular, unprotected sex for at least six months to one year, depending on her age. However, apart from the inability to achieve pregnancy, there are additional signs of infertility in women. Below is a list of the common signs, and if you notice two or more of them, it may be time to seek the help of a fertility specialist.

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Fresh Vs. Frozen Embryo Transfer for IVF: Which is Better?

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 16, 2016 10:03:19 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in Treatment, Health, Houston IVF Specialists

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If you are considering undergoing IVF treatments, it is possible you have been hearing some conflicting rumors about which process you should use and what’s most successful. For decades, since experts began working with assisted reproductive technology, fresh embryo transfers appeared to consistently have a higher success rate than frozen ones (FETS).

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Doctor: Men Should Freeze Sperm Before Traveling to Zika-Infected Areas

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 15, 2016 10:45:25 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
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10 Reasons to Choose the Center of Reproductive Medicine

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 14, 2016 11:51:33 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in Fertility Clinic, Reproductive Specialist

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Infertility is difficult and it’s tempting to feel as though your time and hope are running out. We are here to support you and help you turn these feelings around. It’s a deeply personal thing to choose those who are going to help you conceive. Knowing that you can depend on them while not having to break the bank keeps the process smooth and 100 times less stressful. You can focus on what truly matters.

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LGBT Pregnancy Options: What's Right for You?

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 13, 2016 10:59:50 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in LGBT Pregnancy

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Every couple has a boatload of decisions to make when embarking on the journey to start a family. A lot of these questions are the same despite religion, sexual orientation, or age. But many vary based on these factors as well.

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8 Ways to Increase Fertility in Men

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 9, 2016 11:49:33 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in Infertility, Health, Male Fertility

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Women are not the only ones responsible for taking care of their overall health in expectation of a successful pregnancy. A woman’s reproductive organs may be fully functioning, but if the male’s sperm is not healthy, fertilization can be very difficult.

It’s not always easy to face the fact that something may not be working properly in our systems, however, it is not uncommon. Don’t lose faith, there are a number of easy adjustments a man can make to increase his sperms’ performance.

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Factors to Consider When Choosing a Fertility Specialist

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 1, 2016 11:00:00 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in Fertility Clinic, Reproductive Specialist

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The struggle with infertility can be a long and costly one. Many people find that, with each passing month, they lose more hope and become more concerned about the financial effects of infertility. Thus the fertility specialist you choose is more than just a medical decision. Choosing the right fertility doctor can help you contain costs, reduce anxiety by helping you achieve a pregnancy as quickly as possible, and offer you the reassuring hope that only first-rate medical care can provide.

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40 is the New 35: What to Consider for Getting Pregnant at 40

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 30, 2016 11:41:57 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in Fertility Tracking Apps, Health

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A generation ago, mothers over 35 were swiftly labeled “older mothers” and “high-risk.” While nothing has changed about human biology over the last several decades, one thing has changed: women are waiting longer to have children, devoting more time to their careers, and facing fertility issues directly related to age at a higher rate than ever before.

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5 Ways to Increase Fertility During Treatment

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 25, 2016 3:51:10 PM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
Posted in Treatment

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Think pursuing fertility treatments means that everything is now in your doctor's hands? Think again. The role of a healthy lifestyle and healthy body in fertility truly cannot be overestimated. This is true even when your body can't naturally get pregnant on its own. When you begin fertility treatments, there's still much you can do to boost your odds of a successful pregnancy.

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How to Choose a Fertility Clinic

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 23, 2016 10:56:26 AM / by Center of Reproductive Medicine
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Infertility is hard. It taxes your body, your mind, and at times, even your relationship. Never mind the daunting costs many couples face when they finally decide to seek fertility treatments. If you're ready to seek help after a year or more of trying for a baby, know that there is hope. Even seemingly intractable fertility issues are highly treatable, and more than 80% of couples who struggle with infertility eventually conceive a child.

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