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  • Egg Freezing: Delaying Pregnancy until You are Ready

    There has been a tremendous shift in society over the last 50 years regarding childbearing. It used to be common for women to begin – and often complete – their families in their twenties. As more women have pursued higher education and joined the workforce, however, the average age when pregnancy is first pursued has risen steadily. Although it is a wonderful development of the last ...

  • About the Gidget Tracking System

    At ACRM and CCRM Atlanta we are continually seeking out and implementing the latest developments in the field of Assisted Reproduction Technology. Our goal is to always provide the highest quality care possible for our patients. One of our most recent additions to the in vitro fertilization (IVF) lab is Gidget™, which is a witnessing or tracking system that provides the latest technology ...

  • Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine Opens New Atlanta-Perimeter Office

    On Monday, June 25, 2018, Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine welcomed patients to our new Atlanta-Perimeter office, which is still located in the Palisades office park near Atlanta’s Northside Hospital. The new suite occupies the entire 25,000 square foot space of the 6 th floor and consolidates the administrative side of the practice with the clinical side. “It is so exciting to ...

  • Atlanta Fertility Specialists Named Top Doctors in Atlanta Magazine

    Based on peer review, Atlanta Magazine is recognizing Dr. Lisa Hasty and Dr. Robin Fogle of Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine for outstanding pregnancy rates and expertise in Reproductive Endocrinology. Fertility specialists Dr. Lisa A. Hasty and Dr. Robin H. Fogle of Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM) have been chosen as “Top Doctors 2018” by Atlanta Magazine. In ...

  • Basic Fertility Tests

    The initial fertility evaluation begins with a complete medical history of you and your partner. Your ages, weights, menstrual history, current medications, past pregnancy history will be considered. Initial fertility testing will evaluate the health of your eggs and whether they are being released each cycle. Ovarian reserve (the quality and quantity of eggs available) is determined by doing a ...

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