In 1989, Dr. Sher first published a study that examined the correlation between the thickness of a woman’s uterine lining (the endometrium), and the odds of embryo implantation in IVF… Read more »
Following male orgasm, sperm are ejaculated after traveling rapidly in sequence through the vas deferens duct, the prostate gland, and the urethra. The vas deferens must be patent to allow… Read more »
An absence of menstruation (amenorrhea) in reproductive age women is usually due to an absence of ovulation (anovulation). If this becomes prolonged, then these women are at risk for the… Read more »
Geoffrey Sher MD & Drew Tortoriello MD Mini-IVF is a procedure that involves ovarian stimulation with oral fertility drugs such as clomiphene or letrozole to promote the development of follicles,… Read more »
In order for a human embryo to develop into a viable, healthy pregnancy it needs to be “competent” (capable, upon being transferred to the uterus, of propagating a viable pregnancy)…. Read more »
From a physician’s point of view, it is tough to quantify the degree that stress – or know what type of stress – can affect our fertility.
Couples trying to conceive may focus on following a healthy diet, staying fit, and taking vitamins. But did you know that getting quality rest may also affect fertility?
Many couples today are unsure as to the options available to them when they are starting to work with fertility methods.
There’s no doubt that after the diagnosis of infertility kicks in, there are many emotions. There are resources available to help you through your journey starting from the moment you are diagnosed.