If carrying a child on your own is not a possibility, you may benefit from working with a gestational surrogate. Below is some information about this option to help you make the right decision. What is Gestational Surrogacy? Gestational surrogacy is a form of third-party reproduction in which a woman carries a child for another couple or individual. In such cases, the gestational surrogate contributes no genetic material to the child she carries. Who Can Benefit from Gestational Surrogacy? You may benefit from gestational surrogacy if you are: A gay or single male wishing to have a child. A Read more »
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Vermont Fertility Clinic Provides Fertility Treatment for Women with PCOS Among women with infertility problems, between 15 and 20 percent suffer from an endocrine disorder called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Although doctors aren’t sure what causes PCOS, some studies suggest it may be genetic. In addition, women diagnosed with PCOS abnormally metabolize estrogen and androgens while others have high blood levels of testosterone, DHEAS and other hormones. Because women with polycystic ovary syndrome experience anovulatory cycles, or menstrual cycles absent of ovulation, they are unable to conceive naturally. If you have been diagnosed with PCOS, our clinic offers fertility treatment Read more »
The standard definition of infertility is the inability to become pregnant after a year of trying. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, among married American women between 15 and 44, around 6 percent suffer from infertility. One of the basic treatment options is artificial insemination, more commonly called intrauterine insemination (IUI) today. Understanding how this treatment works can help reduce stress and give prospective patients an idea of whether they are potential candidates. Overview An IUI places washed and concentrated sperm in a women’s uterus. The ideal is scheduling it at the time an ovary releases eggs. Read more »
Please join us for a free yoga and nutrition seminar and learn how they may complement your reproductive care. The seminar will be held at Northeastern Reproductive Medicine on Wednesday, January 11th at 5:30pm! Please send us an e-mail to confirm your attendance.. Beth Kruger, a Registered Yoga Teacher with over 13 years of experience, will discuss how yoga can increase the natural vitality and wellness of the female body, with a very special focus on the health and proper functioning of the internal organs, and entire endocrine system. You will understand how yoga can enhance the process of Assisted Read more »
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) invited Dr Peter Casson to speak at the Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Advances in IVF Stimulations in PCOS patients. The presentation was so well-attended that over-flow rooms were quickly set up for additional members to video-conference into the presentation. Dr Casson presented compelling data for Metformin use during these stimulations and for the use of GnRH antagonist cycles with agonist triggers and subsequent freezing of all the embryos, with a subsequent frozen embryo transfer. With improved frozen embryo transfer rates related to the process of vitrification (flash-freezing) in the Read more »
Dr. Jennifer Brown to speak Nov, 5th, at the Fertility Treatment, Donor Choices and Adoption Conference.
Dr Jennifer Brown has been invited to speak in Boston next Saturday, November 5th, at the 23rd annual Fertility Treatment, Donor Choices and Adoption Conference. Come explore you next steps and get your questions answered! Jennifer “Jay” Palumbo, comedian, author of the blog The 2 week wait, IVF Mom, and fertility advocate will be giving the keynote address Finding the Funny. Don’t miss this fun, educational event with a full schedule designed to leave you with the tools you need to financially, emotionally, and medically navigate your next step! Resolve New England (RNE) has provided the leading voice and progressive Read more »
Intrauterine insemination, or IUI, is a procedure that involves placing sperm into the uterus at the time of ovulation. This procedure is done as an alternative to intercourse and a common procedure done for infertility purposes. The goal of intrauterine insemination is to greatly increase the number of sperm that make their way to the woman’s fallopian tubes in order to improve the chances of fertilization. IUI is a cheaper, simpler, and less invasive procedure than in vitro fertilization. There are many different reasons you might need to go through this procedure, as listed below. Female Infertility The first reason Read more »
Ovulation and Fertility Are Linked For women who are trying to get pregnant, charting their ovulation cycle can be very important. There are physical signs of ovulation, and there are also test kits that can be purchased over the counter and used to predict when ovulation will occur. When a couple has been trying to conceive for some time and the woman has been tracking her ovulation, it may be time to see if there are specific reasons why a pregnancy isn’t occurring. That can mean a trip to a fertility clinic, where testing can be performed. When you work Read more »
If you have questions about fertility, it's a great time to meet with the experts at NRM. For A Limited Time: Cost Free Consultations That means if you have insurance, we will waive the co-pay. If you don't have insurance, we will waive the entire $250 consultation fee. We think once you experience the warm, caring and supportive atmosphere combined with the technical expertise and superior success rates of our clinic environment, the choice of where to go for fertility treatment will be obvious. You can schedule your cost free initial consultation online, or call us at 1 (802) 655-8888.