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The Infertility Blog

April 28, 2012
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This week is National Infertility Awareness Week.  Check in each day this week for facts about infertility.

NIAW Fact of the Day: What fertility questions should I ask my doctor?
It is important to go into the visit with your doctor prepared. Visit the “Downloads section” of this site which covers important questions to ask your physician on a variety of topics.

April 27, 2012
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This week is National Infertility Awareness Week.  Check in each day this week for facts about infertility.

NIAW Fact of the Day: How can I find an infertility specialist?
Visit RESOLVE’s Professional Service Directory to find an infertility specialist in your area or visit www.sart.org.

April 26, 2012
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Congratulations to our very own Dr. Liyun Li! Her research presentation on Vitamin D received the best research for a practicing physician award at this years Pacific Coast Reproductive Society (PCRS) Annual Meeting. The award recognizes outstanding research by a practicing physician who devotes half of their time to private practice.
You can review her poster and research here!

April 26, 2012
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This week is National Infertility Awareness Week.  Check in each day this week for facts about infertility.

NIAW Fact of the Day: How is infertility treated?
Medical technology now offers more answers and treatment options to men and women trying to conceive a child. From hormonal treatments, ovulation induction and Intrauterine insemination to more advanced technologies like in vitro fertilization, ICSI to surrogacy, egg/sperm donation and even embryo donation. For more information on treatment of infertility visit the Family Building Options section of the Resolve website.

April 25, 2012
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This is a nice logo.Advances in research & development bring a deeper understanding of infertility: Modern fertility science is changing treatment, enabling better pregnancy rates. A healthy child for every person suffering from fertility problems remains Pacific Fertility Center’s goal. Through a better understanding of the egg and embryo we are closer to delivering on that promise of one healthy baby at a time. The problem of the aging egg: The aging egg remains a very basic problem in fertility.

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