Getting Pregnant After Cancer

A study released in July of this year found that female cancer survivors are one third less likely to achieve pregnancy than women in the general population. Researchers pulled the medical records of 23,201 girls and women in Scotland up to age 39 who had been...

How to use an Ovulation Predictor Kit

If you’ve been trying to get pregnant for several months without success, you may want to try using an ovulation predictor kit. This is a great, non-invasive first step to taking control of your fertility. Ovulation predictor kits work by measuring the luteinizing...

The HSG Experience

A hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is a common fertility test that helps our fertility specialists determine if there are abnormalities in your Fallopian tubes or uterus. It is a special kind of live action x-ray known as fluoroscopy. HSC can help diagnose: ● blocked...

Female infertility testing

Female infertility can be due to many different issues or conditions, hormone issues, ovarian reserve, blockages in the Fallopian tubes, or issues with the uterus itself. Conception and pregnancy involve a delicate balance of many different hormones, each with...

Intrauterine Insemination

Intrauterine Insemination, also known as “IUI” is a low tech form of fertility treatment that couples may use to increase the likelihood of pregnancy. An IUI cycle typically begins with ovarian stimulation, this means that the female partner may take medications to...

All about your AMH level and ovarian reserve

You may have heard that your chances of getting pregnant are affected by your ovarian reserve. But what does that actually mean? The ovarian reserve is a guestimate of the number of healthy eggs a woman has left in her ovaries which may respond to fertility treatment....