Learn How You Can Boost Your Egg Quality While Trying To Conceive

The biological clock is real ladies which means your age impacts your egg quality by lessening your chances of conception and increasing your chances of enduring a pregnancy loss. That's because, by the time you reach 40, less than half of your eggs are considered "normal", impacting your odds of pregnancy mainly because of your ovarian environment. The good news... read more »

We Can Help You Win the Challenge Against Male Infertility

When it comes to infertility, most people equate it with a woman being unable to conceive. But men also experience infertility, in fact, more than one in three infertility situations involve male factor infertility, whether it's a low sperm count or another sperm limitation.  Often there are multiple factors that lead to infertility and all can be upsetting obstacles when... read more »

AMH Testing Is One of the Best Ways To Determine Female Fertility

One of the best fertility tests we offer at our Idaho Fertility Center facility is the anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) testing. This test is considered the most accurate predictor of how many eggs a woman has left in her ovaries. A woman is born carrying a reserve full of eggs, which are used up over the span of her fertile lifetime.... read more »

Recognize National Infertility Awareness Week® With Us in April!

When it comes to conception, about 1-in-8 couples find themselves coping with infertility. We also now know that more than six million women have been diagnosed with infertility just in the U.S. As Infertility Awareness Week is in April, our Idaho Fertility Center team is excited to help clients working with us to achieve their conception goals. We want you... read more »

What Can You Do To Recognize Endometriosis Month This March?

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, and our Idaho Utah Fertility Center team uses this opportunity to help spread awareness for this common medical condition. Endometriosis Association created this awareness program in 1993 to help shine a light on this chronic condition that affects approximately 200 million women around the globe and one out of every 10 women in the United... read more »

What To Expect if You Are Preparing for a Frozen Embryo Transfer

If you are preparing for a frozen embryo transfer, or FET, you are in good company. The majority of transfers taking place at Idaho Fertility Center are Frozen Embryo Transfers. This process involves taking frozen embryos from a former IVF (in-vitro fertilization) treatment cycle and thawing the embryo(s) so it(they) can be implanted back into your uterus. Our team is... read more »