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Articles from September, 2020

Using At Home Ovulation Kits To Pinpoint When You Should Try To Conceive

If you are trying to conceive, then you are probably already somewhat familiar with the basics of ovulation: Once a month, a mature egg is released from one of the ovaries and is available to be fertilized. Once the egg is released, you typically have a 12-36 hour window where your fertility peaks – this…. read more

Anterior Placenta Placement And Its Effects on Pregnancies

If you are pregnant or trying to conceive, you may be wondering what exactly the placenta does and how it’s placement can affect pregnancies. The placenta is an organ that develops in your uterus during pregnancy. This structure provides oxygen and nutrients to your growing baby through an umbilical cord and removes waste products from…. read more

What to Expect During IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) with Fertility Specialists

Intrauterine insemination, otherwise referred to as IUI, is a relatively simple fertility treatment that involves transferring semen that has been washed in a special way directly into the uterus via a thin catheter. IUI is also commonly referred to as AI, or artificial insemination. IUI is typically the first treatment that Cary NC fertility specialists…. read more

Facts About Folic Acid And Fertility Clinic Cary NC

If you are considering getting pregnant, then you have probably heard that you will need to start taking a supplement that contains folic acid before you begin trying to conceive. But according to the CDC, every woman of reproductive age needs to get folic acid every day, whether she is planning to get pregnant or…. read more

Vitamins, Fertility and NCCRM IVF

A healthy diet can provide various nutrients your body needs, but sometimes it is not quite enough. Our bodies need extra nutrients, especially for women going through a fertility journey. Certain diseases impact the ability to absorb nutrients properly along with deficiencies in certain vitamins and minerals that can cause fertility problems. So, which vitamins…. read more

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