8/4/17 | Jim Toner, MD, PhD
After your long struggle with infertility, we understand that having a twin pregnancy may be very appealing. However, having one baby at a time is ideal, especially for your baby. While many twin pregnancies progress normally, children of multiple pregnancies face increased risks.
7/28/17 | Kathryn C. Calhoun, MD
You have waited so long to get to the day of your insemination (IUI) or embryo transfer (ET) You have worked so hard, and sacrificed emotionally, physically and financially. You have controlled everything that you can possibly control with your doctor and care team, and now you are faced with … waiting. We know that this is arguably the hardest part of our treatment, and we all want to do everything to make it successful.
7/21/17 | Robin H. Fogle, MD
The internet has an overwhelming amount of information regarding the vitamins and supplements a woman should take when trying to become pregnant. Here we break down what you should be taking, what you could be taking, and 'what won't hurt you to take' while trying to conceive. Be sure to check with your medical provider before starting anything on this list.
7/14/17 | Lisa A. Hasty, MD
If you have been trying to conceive for one year and have not been successful, and the female partner is under the age of 35, it is time to seek care with a reproductive endocrinologist. If you have been trying to conceive unsuccessfully for 6 months and the female partner is between the ages of 35-39, it’s also advisable to seek the care of a reproductive endocrinologist.