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Women in the Military Are Having Trouble Conceiving

Advocacy group wants to know why their infertility rate is so high

Women are serving in the military in increasing numbers. According to government statistics, females comprise 17 percent of active armed […]

By |April 1, 2019

Gay Male Parents Grace the Cover of Parents Magazine

HRC Fertility applauds Parents Magazine for featuring a family headed by a gay male couple, fitness guru Shaun T and husband Scott Blokker, on its cover. LGBTQ activists feel this is a significant step forward in mainstream acceptance of […]

By |February 25, 2019

Getting to Know Your Cervical Mucus

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month and learning about your cervical mucus is an important step in taking proactive measures when you are trying to conceive, especially if you are tracking ovulation. Not all cervical mucus, however, is sperm-friendly, […]

By |January 28, 2019

Louise Brown and IVF Turn the Big Four 0

Louise Brown, the world’s first IVF baby, turns 40 on Wednesday, July 25. Infertility professionals from around the world will be celebrating this day and reminiscing about the advances that have been made in reproductive medicine during the last […]

By |July 25, 2018

HRC FERTILITY CORONAVIRUS PREPAREDNESS

UPDATE: April 1, 2020
To esnure the safety and wellness of our patients and staff, please call us at 1-866-HRC-4IVF (1-866-472-4483) prior to your appointment. No walk-ins are permitted at this time.

UPDATE: March 23, 2020
Here at HRC Fertility, we know that the last few weeks have been challenging as we all begin to understand the far reaching impact that the COVID-19 virus has. We will continue to encounter a different set of challenges as we adjust to how we go about our daily lives but, we want you to know that our centers are open and here to serve our patients during these difficult times. We are closely monitoring and adhering to all recommendations by the Center of Disease Control, the World Health Organization and local and state health agencies. We are committed to the health and safety of our patients and staff, as well as to your dream of building a family.

If you or anyone in your household is currently exhibiting any of the following symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath, please contact your primary care provider and if your symptoms are more sever, please go to the nearest Emergency Department. If you are currently in treatment and are exhibiting flu-like symptoms and have an upcoming appointment, please call our office to discuss your options.

Should you have any further questions about your upcoming appointment or individualized treatment, please do not hesitate to call our centers.

Your safety and our staff safety are our priority.