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Out of Town Patients — What to Expect

At NCCRM, patients come from all over the country for tubal reversal surgeries, in-vitro fertilization in Cary NC, gynecology services, and more. If a patient has a surgery scheduled with us and are looking for flights or other accommodations, we have a list of resources specifically for patients and their families. As one of the…. read more

Why You Might Need Liposuction Before Your Tubal Reversal Surgery NC

For those looking to get a tubal reversal North Carolina, patients might be surprised to find out that liposuction could be required before the procedure. This recommendation is not uncommon, as it can drastically aid the doctor in performing your procedure and allow for better results. Here are just a few reasons why a patient…. read more

Tubal Reversal vs. In-Vitro Fertilization

Certain couples can experience trouble conceiving naturally, but there are options for those who are looking for fertility treatments. At NCCRM, we offer services such as egg donor programs, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), fertility medications, and more. We also offer tubal reversal surgery and in-vitro fertilization, two of our more favored procedures. Keep reading if…. read more

Breakdown of Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy

A hysterectomy is a commonly performed procedure that involves the removal of the uterus and occasionally surrounding organs, including fallopian tubes and the cervix. This procedure can be performed for many reasons; certain individuals do not want any more children, have heavy bleeding, or have pain related to endometriosis or uterine fibroids. A hysterectomy can…. read more

Understanding Uterine Fibroids and Treatments at NCCRM

Hearing you have growths on your uterus can be an anxiety-inducing experience, even if they are benign. However, NCCRM offers uterine fibroid treatments, assists patients in understanding what are uterine fibroids, and the risk factors of uterine fibroids to ensure each patient is knowledgeable on their diagnosis. What Are Uterine Fibroids? Uterine fibroids might sound…. read more

How Tubal Ligation Reversals Impact Fertility (And How They Don’t)

There are plenty of reasons why women decide to get their tubes tied, and it can create a lot of questions like, “Does tubal ligation cause early menopause?” and leave them pondering about the pain after tubal ligation surgery. One of the things women know before the procedure is that the chance of getting pregnant…. read more

Financing Resources with NCCRM

It can be challenging to go through something like fertilization treatment, but with NCCRM, one of the best sperm banks in North Carolina, you don’t have to worry about taking care of the financial side of things. We are happy to offer financial services so you can focus more on growing your family. At the…. read more

FAQs about In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

There are many different fertility options for couples to try. NCCRM offers quite a few of them. With some of the best reproductive technology in the state, we can offer you a custom plan of care for every fertility journey. One of the procedures we can offer is called in-vitro fertilization. This is a fairly…. read more

Dealing with Infertility? Get Started at NCCRM!

If you’re having trouble conceiving, it can be a struggle trying to figure out your next steps. However, you aren’t alone. Approximately one in eight couples are impacted by fertility. The North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine, also known as NCCRM, is a fertility and women’s health center in Cary, NC. We offer a wide…. read more

Antidepressants and Trying to Conceive

Taking antidepressants is fairly common among Americans. In fact, there’s been a 64% increase in antidepressant use from 1999 to 2014, up from 7.7% in 1999. A large portion of antidepressant users are women, who are two times more likely to take them than men. They are great for helping increase the number of neurotransmitters…. read more


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