Each woman has different expectations, hopes, and dreams when it comes to her life and her fertility. If those expectations include having children, it is hard to imagine that it would require much more than deciding to stop taking the pill. Getting pregnant seems so easy for some couples.
Infertility can put a lot of pressure on your mental and emotional stability. People don't always realize how taxing their hopes, expectations, and potential disappointment can have on them. Not only does your struggle affect your personal state of mind, but it can bleed into the health of your relationship with your spouse as well.
In the last 5 years or so, the amount of women who have decided to freeze their eggs has tripled. This is undoubtedly due to the rising awareness of success rates and the desire/need for these women to give themselves more time before starting families of their own.
There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to infertility. One of the most common ones is that it’s mainly a female issue, but the reality is that achieving pregnancy is not solely reliant on the female alone. It takes two to tango as they say.
Houston, TX, July 12, 2017-- Dr. Vicki Schnell of the Center of Reproductive Medicine has been selected as a Texas Monthly Super Doctor Rising Star. This marks the seventh consecutive year Dr. Schnell has been selected as a Super Doctor, and her 13th time being honored as a Super Doctor.
Regardless of what stage you’re in with your infertility journey, the process of struggling to achieve pregnancy can be a frustrating experience. Along your path, you’ll most likely begin working with a fertility clinic, and at some point you may find yourself wondering if you chose the right one. Should you switch fertility clinics, or continue on with your current choice?
It’s incredibly common for people to assume that their difficulty getting pregnant is because of the woman’s fertility. This is due to the awareness of a woman’s biological clock running out, something that men don’t have to worry about. However, there are many issues that contribute to fertility complications in both men and women.
If you have found that you are having a hard time getting pregnant and you live in Texas, there are a number of Texas fertility centers that you can choose from. Having a wide selection is a plus, because not just any fertility center will be the right fit for you. You will want to weed through all of your options, and since you cannot visit each and every one, you will need some tips on how to go about the initial elimination process.
John R. Crochet, Jr., MD, of Center of Reproductive Medicine receives special recognition for third consecutive year.
Houston, Tx, June 21st, 2017 -- Center of Reproductive Medicine physician Dr. John R. Crochet, Jr., has been named as a 'Rising Star' -- an honor bestowed to only 2.5 percent of physicians in Texas. Rising Stars are an elite subset of Super Doctors, an already distinguished listing of top doctors, all of whom will be featured in the July 2017 issue of Texas Monthly.
Preparing for something as life changing as fertility treatment can be approached in many different ways. When it comes to your body, so many things are important. Your physical, mental, and emotional health all comes into play. It is easy to cast your emotions aside and give more importance to the state of your physical being when considering things such as this, but you shouldn’t. Your entire body plays a role in the success of IVF.