When struggling to achieve pregnancy, there are a number of questions that often come into the mind. One of the questions we’ve heard many times is in reference to weight and infertility, and whether or not they are related. The answer to this is a little more complicated than a simple yes or no. However, in this post we’ll explore the subject in depth to give you some insight, and hopefully answer many of the other questions surrounding this complex issue.
No matter how old you are, if you’re trying to get pregnant, you probably know that age matters. What you may not realize is that age is about more than a single number. There’s no way to predict any person’s fertility based on age alone. Some people remain fertile much longer than others, and individual factors such as lifestyle and overall health matter, too.
Most people think that IVF is the only solution when it comes to infertility treatment, but this simply is not true. There are many options for couples struggling with infertility, and depending on the cause of infertility, IVF may not be your best solution.
Are you a resident of the Houston or Greater Houston area that is looking for a fertility specialist? If so, you’ve come to the right place. The Center of Reproductive Medicine has some of the top fertility specialists in Houston, and today we’d like to share with you a few of the reasons why our clients love working with us. In this post we'll explore:
For most people, trying for a baby begins with a lot of excitement. You might find yourself shopping for baby clothes, planning to take parental leave, and wondering what pregnancy will be like -- for you or your partner. Working with an infertility specialist is probably the farthest thing from your mind. It might feel like something other people do.
Infertility is usually tested between a couple when they have been trying to achieve pregnancy for 12 months and the woman is under 35. For women of 35 years of age or older, it is recommended that infertility treatment is sought out at 6 months as she only as so much time left before her ovarian reserve will deplete to the point that pregnancy will not be possible.
For many couples that are struggling in their journey to expand or start their families, the idea of In Vitro Fertilization better known as IVF will come up. There are a lot of misconceptions about it floating around on blogs and in the media, however. Today, we’ll break down some of those misconceptions, and hopefully answer many of the questions you may have about IVF.
A generation or two ago, a visit to a fertility specialist meant a long wait, plenty of uncertainty, and no guarantees. Today’s infertility solutions are better than ever. While in vitro fertilization (IVF) revolutionized fertility medicine, it’s far from the only option. In fact, many couples and individuals are surprised to learn that, even with serious or unexplained fertility issues, IVF is far from the only option. In a consultation with a fertility expert who understands your needs and values, you can choose from many options. IVF is not the only solution, and you may be surprised to learn how affordable infertility treatment is.
Everyone knows they should make a doctors appointment after discovering they are pregnant, but did you know it is also recommended to go to an obstetrician before you even try to achieve pregnancy? This has not always been standard practice, but as more women find themselves having trouble conceiving or become pregnant to only experiences issues, it makes sense that they should check in with the state of their fertility in advance.
A miscarriage can feel profoundly isolating. You spent days, weeks, or even months getting excited to tell everyone about your pregnancy. Instead, all you’re dealing with is dashed hopes. And if you’re like many people who experience a miscarriage, you might opt to keep it private. That means you’ll have little support, and may even have to continue dealing with intrusive questions about when you intend to have a baby.