Recent Posts in FAQ Category

  • How to Prepare for Endometriosis Surgery

    Endometriosis is a chronic disease that affects more than six million women in the United States and occurs when the tissue lining the uterus begins to grow outside of the uterus, on the ovaries, and fallopian tubes. One of the biggest symptoms of endometriosis is infertility – while there is no cure for endometriosis, it can be treated with various procedures and surgeries to help with the pain ...
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  • Ask Dr. Denker: Is Mini IVF Right for Me?

    You may have heard about mini IVF or low-dose IVF from friends or in the news. This protocol tweaks the standard ovarian stimulation phase of IVF with lower dosages of gonadotropin fertility medications. The theory is that women who are in their 20s with a good supply of eggs don’t need the extra stimulation, and women in their 40s with a depleted egg supply won’t produce extra eggs anyway. You ...
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  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Traveling During Fertility Treatment

    Summer is often the time for beach vacations, cross country travel, and family reunions. For patients undergoing fertility treatment , taking trips can be a real headache. At Palm Beach Fertility Center, we don’t recommend planning to travel during an active in-vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle; however, we understand that you may schedule short trips at some time during treatment. Dr. Mark Denker ...
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  • The Truth about Common Infertility Myths

    When you are trying to have a baby without any luck, everyone around you may start to offer unsolicited advice. Though friends and family mean well, their helpful hints often raise your anxiety instead of making you feel better. In some cases, the tips they offer are not actually based on medical knowledge or accurate information. At Palm Beach Fertility, we want to offer you support and factual ...
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