In recognition of Men’s Health Week, NCCRM is highlighting the value of a healthy lifestyle and how it can improve sperm quality in as little as two and a half to three months. While mostly discussed as a female problem, 50% of infertility cases are in part male factor –
When you’re having trouble having a baby, there may be a lot to grieve. You grieve your ovaries, which work only some of the time. You grieve your partner’s sperm for being too few or poor swimmers. You grieve the entire process; all of the tests, the diagnoses, the waiting.
For many women on their fertility journey, it can be a difficult experience managing and administering your fertility medication when you are at home… but what about when you are traveling? With the summer travel season now upon us, below are 9 tips to traveling with your fertility medication. We
We LOVE our nurses!!! This week we celebrate National Nurses Week. NCCRM has a team of nurses devoted to patient care – ranging from your primary nurse, nurses in our surgical center, and nurses who help improve nursing processes throughout our practice. Infertility nurses come from a variety
As study after study reveals, a healthy weight contributes to better success when trying to conceive. Being over weight or under weight can affect a couple’s ability to get pregnant. With that in mind, NCCRM is delighted to welcome the newest member to our team, Maria Kennedy. Maria completed her