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PCOS and The Skin

Posted on September 22, 2019

PCOS which stands for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a very real disorder affecting one in twelve reproductive-aged women. PCOS can have many effects on the skin including hair concerns and acne. There are many different care modalities that can be used to support those suffering with PCOS. However some skin treatment options are not safe … Continue reading

How many embryos should be transferred?

Posted on September 3, 2019

IVF technology today allows us to safely vitrify (freeze) embryos. That is why the aim of an IVF cycle should be to create one baby at a time. There are some cases where Embryo Transfer (ET) x 2 can be considered. I use this tactic (with my patients’ consent and agreement) in cases where IVF … Continue reading

Long Term Outcomes of IVF for Mothers and Babies

Posted on August 12, 2019

Can IVF cause breast cancer? Are IVF babies abnormal? In this article we’ll teach you more about long term outcomes of IVF for mothers and babies… IVF long term outcomes: The first IVF birth occurred in the late 1970’s.  To date, more that 5 million children have been born through IVF. As it is a … Continue reading

5 Things To Know If You Are Considering Freezing Your Eggs

Posted on June 11, 2019

Many women think about freezing their eggs for a long time before actively making  treatment plans. It’s definitely not something a woman rushes into, but it is part of her long term family planning strategy. Here are five things to consider if you are thinking about how egg freezing might work for you. 1.Freeze eggs … Continue reading

How To Improve Your Chances Of Conceiving

When couples decide they want to try and conceive, women especially feel ready to be pregnant, yesterday! Conceiving isn’t always as simple as it sounds. Some couples can take up to 6 months or even a year until they have successfully conceived. When things don’t go according to plan, it can be a stressful time … Continue reading