Recent Posts in IVF Category

  • 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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  • Why You Should Get the Facts Before Going In Vitro

    As any woman who has ever undergone in vitro fertilization knows, there’s a lot to consider before choosing IVF. As more and more women decide to undergo the procedure, we at the Palm Beach Fertility Center want every woman to know as much as possible. In vitro pregnancies can be wonderful, and the best choice for many women, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t important to have all the facts. In a ...
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  • Is IVF Covered By Insurance?

    Many people assume in-vitro fertilization is a fairly straight forward process. Some people can’t make a baby, so doctors will use the latest technology to make one for them. However, if you think IVF is this simple, you’d be wrong. There are numerous facets to the entire process and one minor error can make you have to start all over again from the beginning. Those who try IVF must regularly ...
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • IVF Basics: The Least You Need to Know

    Understanding In Vitro Fertilization You may have heard the term IVF a lot in your quest to conceive, but what exactly do we mean by it? What is in vitro fertilization, and how does it work? If you’ve been a little unclear on these questions, allow us at Palm Beach Fertility Center to offer a brief explanation. “In vitro” literally translates as “in glass,” referring to the artificial environment ...
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