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    Top 10 Facts About Vaginal Progesterone and Assisted Reproductive Technologies

    I have written previously on the role of progesterone (P) and the various methods of administering P. Historically, during the early days of IVF, P was administered exclusively via intramuscular (IM) ... read more

    Do AMH levels predict IVF pregnancy rates?

    Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) levels are now routinely used clinically to assess ovarian reserve. AMH levels are believed to reflect the pool of oocytes (eggs) that remain in the ovary (ies). Low AMH ... read more

    Letrozole for Ovulation Induction: How It Works, Why We Use It

    Letrozole is an oral non-steroidal aromatase inhibitor approved for the treatment of hormonally responsive breast cancer after surgery. It has been used (off-label) for ovulation induction as part of ... read more

    Miscarriage after IVF treatment

    Patients are very excited when their HCG test is positive! They are on top of the world that the IVF process has succeeded, and they look forward to cradling their baby in their arms in a few months. read more

    Ovarian reserve testing with Ovarian Assessment Report

    The Ovarian Assessment Report from ReproSource Fertility Diagnostics is used by some fertility clinics—including InVia Fertility Specialists—for ovarian reserve testing in patients. According to ... read more

    What to Expect at a Male Fertility Examination

    The male partner can sometimes be overlooked when couples try to conceive. Approximately 15% of couples pursuing a pregnancy experience infertility. Within these couples, a “male factor” is the sole ... read more

    Using Androgel or DHEA for infertility

    If you are having trouble getting pregnant and are a poor ovarian responder, you may have heard that ovarian response can be increased with testosterone during IVF. The possibility of using ... read more

    Top 10 Facts about Clomiphene Citrate (Clomid, or Serophene)

    Clomiphene citrate (CC), marketed, as Clomid or Serophene, is the most commonly used drug for ovulation induction. It was first synthesized in 1956 and was approved for clinical use in the United ... read more

    What is a Board Certified Fertility Specialist?

    One of the single most important things to look for in a fertility clinic is the presence of a Board-Certified staff. Much like you would in other medical fields or a variety of life situations ... read more

    A Tailored Approach to Infertility Treatments

    One of the most important things to consider when looking into infertility treatments is that no two patients are identical. In fact, every patient is unique and each should receive a treatment plan ... read more

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