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Traveling to NCCRM for your Tubal Reversal

While many women live perfectly content lives after a tubal ligation, sometimes women change their minds later in life. At NCCRM, we’re happy to provide tubal reversal surgery for women who would like to grow their families. Patients who plan on traveling to our North Carolina Reproductive Medicine clinic for surgery should keep a few things to keep in…. read more

5 Myths About PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can have a significant impact on fertility, mental health, and physical health. Unfortunately, there are still many myths surrounding this condition. At NCCRM, a gynecology and fertility specialist Raleigh NC, we are dedicated to assisting patients in understanding their gynecological ailments. Today we’re breaking down some of the most common myths of…. read more

NCCRM: LGBT Fertility Clinics in NC

With over one million same-sex or LGBT couples in the US, fertility treatments are becoming increasingly popular for couples and individuals of all genders and orientations. While adoption is a great choice, many individuals desire biological children and seek an LGBT fertility clinic. For LGBT people who want to have a biological child, multiple fertility…. read more

Ovarian Cysts FAQs

At North Carolina Reproductive Medicine, we know ovarian cysts are an all-too-common problem for women of childbearing age. Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs or pockets in an ovary or on its surface. While some ovarian cysts can become cancerous, most are benign. However, they can still cause discomfort and pain, so it’s important to know…. read more

Are You A Candidate for Tubal Reversal?

Tubal reversal North Carolina is a surgical procedure that allows women to become pregnant after tubal ligation-a form of permanent birth control. Women who have had a tubal ligation but now want to become pregnant often consider having their tubes reversed. However, it’s important to understand that not all women are good candidates for this…. read more

Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgeries at North Carolina Reproductive Medicine

Vaginal rejuvenation surgery, also known as vaginoplasty, is an increasingly popular vaginal procedure that can help restore a woman’s confidence and improve her quality of life. Although it’s still a relatively new phenomenon, it’s often shrouded in mystery. To help you better understand what vaginal rejuvenation surgery is and how it can benefit you, let’s take…. read more

Laparoscopic Surgery For Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition that affects around 10% of women during their reproductive years. Characterized by the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, this condition can cause severe pain, heavy bleeding, and infertility. Fortunately, laparoscopic surgery may provide relief from these symptoms and improve quality of life. From NCCRM, fertility clinics in NC, here’s what…. read more

Hormone Therapy For Menopausal Symptoms

Beginning between ages 45 and 55, Menopause can be a difficult transition for women. With this change, many experience physical and emotional symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and fatigue. Hormone management can help reduce these symptoms to make this stage of life much more manageable. Before you start searching for “menopause treatment…. read more

Types of Birth Control: Part 1-Barrier Methods

When patients at our North Carolina Reproductive Medicine center think of birth control, the pill and IUDs usually come to mind. However, there are a variety of other methods that can help protect you from an unplanned pregnancy. Barrier birth control methods are a great option for those looking for non-hormonal, non-invasive ways to prevent…. read more

Diagnosing and Managing Your PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine disorder that affects one in ten women of reproductive age. In the past, those diagnosed with this disorder were usually told they were rendered infertile. With breakthroughs in reproductive medicine, this is no longer the case. While it’s true PCOS can cause patients difficulty with conceiving, with…. read more

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