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Making the Leap to Donor Eggs

When is the right time to consider using donated eggs? We often are asked this question by patients who are at a crossroads in their treatment. Deciding to use the genetic material of another woman to have a baby […]

By |August 30, 2017

Two women, one dream to create a family

In the last several decades, lesbian would-be parents have increasingly sought reproductive assistance to have babies. It is estimated that approximately one-third of lesbian households have children, having achieved motherhood either through non-assisted insemination, fertility treatment, adoption or through […]

By |August 17, 2017

The Quest for Eggs and the Risk of OHSS

The Quest for Eggs and the Risk of OHSS

During IVF, infertility doctors prescribe injectable medications called gonadotropins to help women produce as many robust looking eggs as possible for their upcoming IVF cycle. This is called controlled ovulation induction.

We […]

By |July 19, 2017

Declare Your Fertility Independence

Barbeques, fireworks, parades and parties are all ways we celebrate our nation’s independence on July 4. This year, however, let’s think of Independence Day in a slightly different way. Let’s focus on how reproductive-age men and women can […]

By |June 21, 2017