Blog Posts in 2020

  • Palm Beach Fertility Center to Open New Location in August

    Aventura Fertility & IVF Will Be the Premier IVF Service Provider in North Miami Beach As the go-to fertility clinic in Florida noted for its first-class concierge care, our staff at Palm Beach Fertility Center has helped thousands of men and women become parents. We are pleased to announce we are expanding our practice to a 3 rd location in Aventura in August 2020: Aventura Fertility & IVF. The ...
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  • Is it Safe to Get Pregnant During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

    For parents-to-be, planning for a new baby is a time of great joy and excitement. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has left many expectant parents worrying about how they can stay safe and healthy. Unfortunately, because the virus is still relatively new, scientists haven’t had enough time to research how it may affect pregnant women and their growing babies. If you’re on the path to parenthood and ...
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  • Quit Smoking Now and Boost Your Fertility Naturally

    A smoking habit is harmful, and this has been scientifically proven for many decades. Smoking is linked to an increased risk of various cancers, heart conditions, and innumerable chronic health problems, including reproductive health. Sadly, many women are unaware that smoking can increase their risk of miscarriage , as one recent survey of women of childbearing age showed only 30% knew it could ...
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  • How to Stay Healthy During IVF

    Taking care of Your Health During IVF Treatment Although many couples and single adults find themselves ready to embark on the journey of parenthood, frequently, fertility issues can prevent them from moving in the right direction. Fortunately, fertility treatments like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) are available to help parents-to-be along the way. Because IVF involves hormone therapy, your body ...
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  • Common Myths About Infertility

    Misconceptions About Conception Since the dawn of time, there have been common myths and misconceptions circulating about infertility. In honor of Infertility awareness Week, we’re here to set the record straight. Myth: Fertility is a women’s health issue Although women are generally the focal point throughout the journey of pregnancy from conception to delivery, infertility affects both men and ...
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  • Cancer & Fertility

    A cancer diagnosis brings up many concerns, and for young men and women, one of those concerns might be “will I still be able to have children?” The answer to this depends on the type of cancer, how far it has spread, and what type of treatments you receive. In many cases, it is possible to have a successful pregnancy, labor, and delivery after cancer, but it can be more difficult. How Cancer ...
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  • How to Stay Healthy During IVF Treatments

    How to Stay Healthy During IVF Treatments IVF treatments greatly increase your chances of a successful pregnancy, but the process is not without its challenges. Your body will go through numerous changes during this process. Fertility drugs are a key part of the IVF process, and these medications cause fluctuations in hormone levels. There are some side effects that you won’t be able to prevent, ...
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  • Palm Beach Fertility Center Adds INVOCELL®, An Innovative Option Used in Fertility Treatment, to its Reproductive Health Services

    Palm Beach Fertility Center is the first center in the state of Florida to offer the INVOCELL lntravaginal Culture (IVC) System as part of its scope of reproductive health services. The INVOCELL IVC System, the first-of-its-kind, which comprises the INVOCELL Culture Device and Retention Device, 1 is the only IVC system cleared by the Food and Drug Administration. "We are pleased to add INVOCELL to ...
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  • Uterine Fibroids and How They Can Impact Your Fertility

    Many factors influence a woman’s fertility, and one potential factor affecting as many as 20 to 50% of women of childbearing age is uterine fibroids. This medical issue is especially prevalent among black women, who are affected at a rate of 50 to 80%. However, only about 30% of women with uterine fibroids develop symptoms, and many women with fibroids go on to conceive and carry healthy ...
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