9/27/17 | André L. Denis, MD, MPH
Vasectomies are a widely used method of contraception today. The failure rate is extremely low such that they are a very dependable way of avoiding unwanted pregnancy. Sometimes a man who thought his family was complete may change his mind and want to have more children after a vasectomy has been performed. There are a couple of ways of resolving this dilemma.
9/18/17 | Mirrin Reagan, RN, CNS, WHNP-BC
Working with our Egg Donors is one of the really special parts of my job. It is always so interesting to talk to them about how they became interested in participating in our program. Many of them have friends or family who have been affected by infertility, while others are young mothers who want to share the blessing of children with a deserving family.
9/8/17 | Kathryn C. Calhoun, MD
Many women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) struggle to maintain a normal body weight. Here's some PCOS diet suggestions.
9/1/17 | Kathryn C. Calhoun, MD
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) affects 1 and 10 women of reproductive age in the U.S. and has a negative impact on a woman's health, appearance, self-esteem and chances of becoming pregnant. It is a common cause of infertility in women. Women with PCOS are more likely to be overweight and are at an increased risk of metabolic health complications such as high cholesterol, heart disease and diabetes.