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 »

Intrauterine Insemination: Bringing You Closer to Parenthood

For couples hoping to conceive, there are a variety of things that can interfere, causing doubts, anxiety and even depression. Thankfully, modern advances in infertility treatment are continually helping more and more couples achieve their parenting goals. Our trained Reproductive Endocrinologists and fertility team can help you overcome the emotional, psychological and physical challenges facing you at this time. As... read more »

September Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month: What You Should Know About This Treatable Disorder.

Did you know that Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects over 10 million women, and over half don't even know it? September is PCOS Awareness Month, spotlighting this common hormonal disorder that afflicts countless women who are of reproductive age. If you experience sparse menstrual periods, periods that are prolonged, or your body produces excessive male hormone (androgen) levels, then you... read more »

Proven Solutions That Can Help With Secondary Infertility!

For women struggling with infertility, primary or secondary, there are solutions to help. Primary infertility can arise in women who can't conceive after trying for a year without using protection, or after six months if she is over 35 years of age. Secondary infertility happens to women who have already had one or more child but for whatever reason can't... read more »

Understanding and Tracking Your Menstrual Cycle = Conception Help

If you are a woman, when you are born you have all the eggs you will ever produce already inside you. This means you are carrying hundreds of thousands of eggs. Your eggs remain dormant, or asleep until puberty whereupon your ovaries will release one egg each month, all the way until menopause. Over the years you will generally release... read more »