Blog Posts in 2018

  • 3 Male Infertility Solutions

    Are you and your partner dealing with male infertility? Roughly 30% of all infertility cases affect men, and nearly 1 in 6 couples deal with infertility, according to the American Pregnancy Association. In short, this is a more common problem than most people think. Luckily, if you are dealing with male infertility, there are treatments and alternative options available. Treatments for male ...
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  • How Can I Become an Egg Donor?

    Are you interested in donating your eggs to individuals and couples facing fertility issues? By donating your eggs, you can help other men and women start families they wouldn’t otherwise be able to create. While some believe donating your eggs is a complicated process, with the right help and guidance, it can be much easier to handle than you might think. Why Are Egg Donors Needed? Not all women ...
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  • Dr. Denker Speaks at Egg Freezing & Infertility Seminar

    For couples considering egg freezing or infertility treatments, it can be difficult to find the information you need. To get the answers to the questions you’ve been asking, make sure you attend Dr. Denker’s discussion about the Innovations in Egg Freezing & Infertility on March 1 at WeWork Coral Gables. This talk will cover a variety of topics relevant to hopeful parents, or for individuals ...
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  • How Can I Track My Fertility?

    Most hopeful parents want to do all that they can to ensure that they do what is best to ensure they conceive the child they’ve been dreaming of. Some couples are able to conceive quickly, while others tend to struggle, and perhaps require fertility treatments to help nature along. Whatever the case, a key step in conception is tracking your fertility. Women are not always fertile. In fact, there ...
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  • What is In-Vitro Fertilization & How Does It Work?

    When couples have trouble conceiving naturally, there are scientific methods that can help the body long. Through in-vitro fertilization, an egg is harvested and fertilized in a lab setting before it is placed back into the woman’s body to develop naturally. For couples who have difficulty conceiving naturally, or for lesbian couples using a sperm donor, this fertilization treatment can be the ...
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