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    What is the Best Time to Get Pregnant?

    Many couples who are trying to get pregnant think that the more sex they have, the better. The truth is that there is only a small window each month during which a woman can become pregnant. This ... read more

    Abnormal Ultrasound in Early Pregnancy

    In a previous blog we discussed the expected ultrasound findings in a normal intrauterine pregnancy. Variations from the expected pattern of development are worrisome or, if major, definitive for ... read more

    Tips to Help You Stay Sane While Waiting for Pregnancy Test Results

    The time between your insemination or embryo transfer and the pregnancy test result can be stressful. Here are some tips that may help you get through this potentially challenging period. read more

    Single and Same Sex Parenting | InVia Fertility Center

    Single people and same sex couples that would like to have children that are theirs, biologically, can use this blog as a guide to starting the single and same sex parenting process. read more

    Should We Call You With Your Pregnancy Test Results | InVia

    So, you are going through a treatment cycle and have had an intrauterine insemination or an embryo transfer. You are now in the two week waiting period for the pregnancy test results that will be a ... read more

    Testing for Pregnancy After IVF Embryo Transfer

    While all IVF patients understand that not every IVF cycle results in success, in their heart of hearts, every patient wants to get pregnant every cycle. After months or years of having trouble ... read more

    InVia Fertility Specialists Adds INVOCELL®, An Innovative Option Used in Fertility Treatment, to its Reproductive Health Services

    InVia Fertility Specialists aims to expand fertility options and help improve access to care with the addition of the INVOCELL Intravaginal Culture (IVC) System The INVOCELL IVC System is a ... read more

    ICSI IVF – What Is It And Why Is It Used?

    ICSI is an acronym for intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection. In basic terms it means we are injecting a sperm into an egg. ICSI IVF differs from the conventional IVF process in that a single sperm is ... read more

    Progesterone: IVF Requires Injections, and Here's Why

    Given a choice, a majority of patients would prefer to take medications orally. So when it comes to progesterone, why do we prefer the intramuscular or the vaginal route? It's simple: the oral route ... read more

    Intrauterine Insemination Part I: Why (And When) We Use it To Treat Infertility

    Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a simple in-office procedure, which involves placing “washed” sperm inside the uterus to facilitate fertilization. With IUI, we bypass the vagina (which is acidic ... read more

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