Blog Posts in September, 2016

  • First Fertility Tracking Sensor Bracelet Launched

    Nearly 40 million Americans wear tracking sensor bracelets – typically, wearable technology has been widely used for fitness and exercise purposes. Now a new wearable technology product, recently approved by the FDA, aims to track fertility and ovulation cycles for women who are embarking on their journey to parenthood. The Ava fertility tracking bracelet claims to identify an average of five ...
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  • Zika & Egg Donation: What You Need to Know

    There is currently a lot of concern over the outbreak of the Zika virus and what it could mean for countless mothers, children, and families throughout the U.S. and the world. In the fervor to protect our communities, however, there has also been a significant amount of misinformation and fear that has been circulated. Because of this, some fertility clinics have placed a moratorium on egg ...
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  • A Guide to the IUI Procedure

    Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a laboratory procedure that separates viable, fast-moving sperm from sluggish, slow-moving sperm. Many women who suffer from infertility choose intrauterine insemination as a treatment option – because of its flexibility, IUI can be coordinated with a woman’s normal cycle and fertility medications. A fertility doctor may recommend IUI to patients who are ...
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