Common Signs of Infertility in Women
Infertility is a difficult subject for patients to talk about, and people going through infertility may feel very alone. It is important to be informed of gynecologic problems that may indicate you are more at risk for infertility. Women with these conditions may need different pre-conception care or treatment from a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility
Debunking Myths On the COVID-19 Vaccine and Infertility
Alongside common anti-vaccination myths, the COVID-19 vaccine has been met with skepticism. For some, this is due to the exceptional speed with which the vaccine was developed and made available, leading some to be wary of its effectiveness or safety. A common myth that has emerged is that the vaccine can cause infertility. Simply put,
Should I Be Concerned About Infertility?
On a recent episode of Healthful Woman, reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Susan Lobel explained when couples should seek treatment for infertility. Many patients have questions regarding infertility and how long they should wait before visiting an OB/GYN. Here are some of the basics on infertility and when you should make an appointment. Signs and Risk Factors of Infertility
FACTS ABOUT INFERTILITY, MFMA (Digital)
In general, there are a lot of questions surrounding the topic of infertility in the field of maternal fetal medicine. According to the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine, Infertility is defined as not becoming pregnant after one year of trying to conceive with regular unprotected sex or after six months if you are over the