Ghostly Greetings Fertility Solutions Families! How it works:Upload up to 3 photos per family between October 15, 2020, and October 31, 2020, at 11:59 pm EDT. Vote for your photo (be sure to ask friends and family to vote too!) You are allowed 1 Vote per day! The photo with the most online votes will be the named people's choice winner. The runner's up will be … [Read more...] about Fertility Solutions Halloween Photo Contest
When it comes to conception, the human reproductive system has not gotten the memo that many couples want to wait longer than normal before starting a family. Age Matters When Trying To Conceive (TTC) So, while the current average age for post-collegiate or career-driven parents to have a baby is 30+, the human body conceives most readily in the 20s and early 30s. … [Read more...] about Why Age Matters When Trying To Conceive
In the continuing wake of the coronavirus pandemic, it can feel like your general health needs to move aside to prioritize COVID-19 protocols. In fact, a combination of telehealth options as well as in-person visits (choreographed entirely to protect your health and safety) are essential to ensure you keep yourself healthy through COVID-19 and beyond. Check Your … [Read more...] about Staying Healthy During Covid-19
Pregnancy is absolutely possible with one fallopian tube, assuming you and the solo tube are healthy. In fact, as many as 85% of women who are at optimal pregnancy age (22 - 28) and who only have one tube conceive a baby within two years of trying consistently - even after an ectopic pregnancy. While women are usually born with two fallopian tubes, and both are used to … [Read more...] about Can I Get Pregnant With One Fallopian Tube?
We are happy to announce the re-opening of our Woburn satellite office. Woburn will be open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am to 11:00 pm for monitoring and testing. We will continue to conduct all office follow ups and new consultations via telemedicine. We have not yet opened our Providence location, but expect to do that in the next few … [Read more...] about Updated COVID-19 Information for Patients
To all of you, our parents-to-be out there, our hearts go out to you. As if you haven’t had enough waiting, wondering, and thoughts of “why me/us,” surrounding your infertility diagnosis, the coronavirus had to swoop in and do a number on the world. Even so, it can feel like a personal affront, especially if someone you know and love has been directly affected by the virus … [Read more...] about Coping With Infertility During the COVID-19 Crisis
Endometriosis is a fairly common gynecological disorder in which tissue that is similar to the uterine tissue, known as endometrium, grows outside of the uterus. These growths generally occur on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and pelvic tissue lining. The symptoms vary greatly from one woman to another, with some women experiencing extremely mild symptoms and others … [Read more...] about Understanding the Link Between Endometriosis and Infertility
In 1978, the concept of fertility was irrevocably changed by technology when the first baby conceived through in vitro fertilization (IVF) was born. Since then, state-of-the-art technologies and refined laboratory procedures have assisted in the births of almost eight million babies worldwide. In recent years, the technology of IVF has become even more … [Read more...] about Recent Developments and the Future of Fertility Technology
If you’ve been trying to conceive (TTC) for a while and have recently begun your fertility treatment journey, you have probably come across a lot of new and unfamiliar acronyms. The language of infertility can seem intimidating for someone who is just starting out, but familiarizing yourself with these abbreviations can help you understand the process, enhance your … [Read more...] about The ABCs of TTC: An Acronym Glossary
Modern technology has revolutionized the way we create and grow families by making it possible for fertility-challenged individuals and couples to conceive. While most people are familiar with fairly common treatment options such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intrauterine insemination (IUI), also known as artificial insemination, there are also advanced … [Read more...] about Who Benefits From Genetic Testing?