Let the Sunshine In: How Vitamin D and Sunlight Exposure Can Boost Fertility

As more couples struggle with fertility issues, it's important to understand the impact wellness has on fertility. One aspect of wellness that is often overlooked is the role of Vitamin D and sunlight exposure in fertility. Fortunately, spring is in the air and sunshine is too! Now is a good time to be mindful of getting enough sunlight and doing... read more »

March Is Endometriosis Awareness Month and Our Fertility Center Can Help You!

March is National Endometriosis Awareness Month, and our fertility team is here for it. Endometriosis is a female inflammatory condition where the endometrial tissue (inner lining of the uterus) grows outside of your uterus or womb. Did you know...as many as 1 in 10 women struggle with endometriosis, which often leads to infertility? Symptoms of Endometriosis Heavy, painful periods Irregular... read more »

What Does the Future of IVF Look Like Today?

People seeking to conceive often turn to In vitro fertilization (IVF), for a variety of reasons. This artificial reproductive technology (ART), is commonly used to boost male and female factor infertility. While IVF success rates are much higher than most ARTs, not all women experience a successful outcome on their first cycle. IVF fertility success ranges depend on many factors:... read more »

Understanding Your Insurance Benefits

For those facing infertility, the cost is an important factor to consider.  Here are some helpful tips. The good news is that in-network insurance plans are billable for diagnostic testing.  Once scheduled for a new patient appointment, we will verify your insurance benefits. After your initial consultation and once a treatment plan has been decided, we can let you know what... read more »

What You Need To Know About Achieving Pregnancy After Breast Cancer

Per the National Breast Cancer Foundation, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a campaign that comes around yearly to increase awareness of how breast cancer impacts women. For 2022, the goal is to make sure that women collectively have access to those essential screenings and the support they deserve when it comes to breast health This year's motto is that... read more »

Let’s Talk About How Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Can Impact Your Fertility

Polycystic ovary syndrome, also known as PCOS, is a common disorder related to an imbalance in a woman's sex hormones that can create various symptoms while impacting your fertility. If you are in the childbearing age group, your body regularly develops small, fluid-filled cysts (follicles) on your ovaries. Your estrogen hormone works by making follicles that create a mature egg.... read more »