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Common Tubal Abnormalities Seen in Hysterosalpingography

In previous blogs, I have presented findings of a normal hysterosalpingogram (HSG) and abnormalities of the uterine cavity. In this blog, the focus is shifted to the fallopian tubes. There are ... read more

Commonly Seen Uterine Abnormalities on Hysterosalpingography (HSG)

Here are a few of the commonly seen abnormalities when we do a hysterosalpingogram (HSG). read more

The best treatment option for recurrent implantation failure

One of the most frustrating group of patients for IVF specialists are those with recurrent implantation failure. These are patients for whom we've done multiple IVF cycles but who still do not get ... read more

4 Types of Endometrioma Surgery and How They Differ

An endometrioma is a blood-filled "chocolate" cyst that can occur when endometriosis tissue develops in the ovary. In many but not all cases, endometriomas are treated with surgery. When considering ... read more

When clomiphene citrate fails, what's next?

Patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) often do not ovulate, and thus getting pregnant with PCOS can be a challenge. The first line of treatment usually is the fertility drug clomiphene ... read more

Bouncing Back After a Failed IVF Cycle

A failed IVF cycle causes a lot of heartache – for both patients and doctors. Aside from pain and grief, many of people start playing the blame game. Was the doctor negligent or incompetent? Did the ... read more

What do white blood cells in semen mean?

White blood cells in semen, detected in semen analysis, often causeconcern to infertile couples, those who are having trouble getting pregnant, and even their doctors. On the one hand, this makes ... read more

Should You Have Endometrioma Surgery?

Endometriosis is a condition where the uterine lining (endometrium – shown at right via ultrasound) ) is present outside the uterine cavity. An endometrioma is a blood-filled "chocolate" cyst that ... read more

No Sperm! Now What?

A low sperm count is a common cause of male infertility. If a man ejaculates even the tiniest number of sperm, we can help the couple achieve pregnancy with in vitro fertilization and ... read more

Treatment of Intrauterine Adhesions

Intrauterine adhesions (scar tissue), also called Asherman syndrome, can cause infertility, menstrual irregularities (light or absent menses) and recurrent pregnancy losses. In a previous blog, I ... read more


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