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Articles from January, 2013

Easy Steps To Boost Fertility

Trying to conceive can be a difficult task if you are not making the adequate changes to your lifestyle. It might seem silly to some, but seemingly meaningless changes, like controlling your caffeine levels, could actually help you increase you and your partner’s fertility drastically. Below is a list of simple changes that could have…. read more

Should you wait to have a baby?

The trend to postpone having children has risen over the last 40 years, with an increase in the percent of births to women over the age of 35 jumping from 1% in 1970 to 14.2% in 2009. There has been a corresponding increase in the average age a woman has her first child, up from…. read more

New Bill Will Provide Fertility Assistance for Veterans

January 30, 2013 The United States Senate recently passed a bill that will help military veterans cover the cost of assisted reproductive therapies. The bill would allow the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide better access to fertility treatments and adoption for veterans and their spouses. The VA currently does not cover fertility treatments…. read more

Male Fertility: Non-Surgical Answer to Varicoceles

After going through more than a decade of fertility problems, no couple may be more surprised or happy than Mahomet parents Danelle and Louis “Buddy” Bartels to learn they’re expecting a baby this summer. Their first two children were conceived through in vitro fertilization procedures, but with additional procedures failing and fertility experts shaking their…. read more

Pelvic Pain Testimonial

“Since I was 14 years old, I have had severe pain in my pelvic area. The first doctor I saw put me through test after test, finally reaching the decision that the pain was caused by an ovarian cyst and that I needed to have surgery immediately. My father called Dr. Toma that same week…. read more

Join Our Infertility Support Group

Infertility Support Group The National Infertility Association’s RESOLVE affiliate in the Triangle hosts a monthly infertility support group meeting at Rex Hospital in Raleigh.  Anyone facing issues of infertility is invited to attend. To find out more information or to register, please contact Kendra Seksay at 919-600-9653 or email us   What:  RESOLVE Infertility Support…. read more

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