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Systemic Inflammation Fertility Test

Patients seek out fertility testing and treatment when they have difficulty becoming or staying pregnant. Standard testing includes analyzing semen and reproductive hormones in the blood, as well as checking to see if the fallopian tubes are open or blocked. Some men and women...
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When is the Right Time to See a Fertility Specialist?

By: Daniel Stein, MD, RMA of NY It is estimated that approximately one of every eight couples (12%-13%) suffers from infertility, a disease defined as the failure to conceive after twelve months in women 35 or younger, or after six months in women older then 35. Couples who fail...
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Fertility Treatment and Income Taxes

  What’s Deductible and How to Take Advantage of It If you’re thinking about fertility treatment or have already had it, you should be aware that many of the costs may be deductible as medical expenses on your federal income taxes. According to an IRS rule, medical expenses...
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Fit a PDF to the Site for Printing – Or Not!

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Hope for Infertile Women After IVF Failure

Second Chance IVF In many cases, IVF is the best fertility treatment to help infertile couples have a baby. But it doesn’t work every time. The live birth IVF success rate for women under 35 is 40 percent on average—which means 60 percent will not succeed in getting pregnant and...
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Five Things You Should Know When Choosing a Fertility Specialist

Before and After Your Visit So you’ve been TTC without success for a year (if you’re 34 or younger) or six months if you’re 35 or older.  You’ve decided to consider fertility treatment.  How do you find a reproductive endocrinologist to guide you through the ups and downs of IVF...
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Diminishing Ovarian Reserve

Diminishing Ovarian Reserve – Can You Still Have a Baby? Every little girl is born with all the eggs she will ever have in her life. These eggs are her ovarian reserve. Nearly every month after she reaches puberty, one of those eggs will mature and she will ovulate. If she...
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My Doctor Suggested Donor Eggs

Now What? If your fertility specialist recommends using donor eggs, you may be wondering what to do.  Can donor eggs help you have the baby you want?  How do you feel about taking this step?  If you and your partner decide to use donor eggs, what happens next?  Here are some...
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What is eSET? Is It Right for You?

One of the most important decisions you have to make with your fertility specialist during IVF treatment is how many embryos to transfer. In an IVF cycle, your eggs are combined with sperm in the lab. If all goes well, some of the eggs will be fertilized and will develop into...
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Having Trouble Becoming Pregnant? You’re Not Alone

Interview Transcript contributed by Dr. Kirtly Jones Utah Center for Reproductive Medicine, a participating provider in the WINFertility Network Infertility affects 12 percent of women in the United States. This equates to 7.3 million women between the ages of 15-44 every year...
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