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Dr. Elan Simckes
Clomiphene is the most commonly used drug to treat infertility. Many women struggling to get pregnant will go to their OB/GYN and receive a prescription for this drug, otherwise known as Clomid. The woman takes the pill for five days at the beginning of her cycle and is often told to return to have blood...
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Recently, it was calculated that approximately 125 IVF cases per 1 million residents are performed in the USA during the course of a  year. In most of the major westernized countries in Europe, they are performing between 400 – 500 cases per million residents.
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So you are ready to build your family. You have stopped using contraceptives of all kinds and stocked up on a few home pregnancy tests. A few months go by and nothing happens. You start to worry. Your doctor reassures you that you are young enough and healthy enough “so just relax.” You might even...
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Obesity affects over 35% of the American public. It’s associated with many health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, and other conditions. Obesity is also associated with infertility and, as infertility affects one in seven couples, many obese women find themselves requiring fertility treatments.
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Do you want a baby someday but aren’t ready yet? Perhaps building your career, looking for the right partner, or enjoying some one-on-one time with your love before jumping onto the baby bandwagon?  “Of course I have plenty of time,” you’re probably thinking. The truth is, women only have a finite number of eggs and...
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Approximately 20% of couples struggling to get pregnant are told that they have “unexplained infertility“. After examinations and tests, the doctor states there is no known medical reason to explain why they haven’t conceived.
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In September 2009, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine announced that the freezing and subsequent thawing of human eggs, otherwise known as oocytes, “is no longer experimental”.
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Genetic screening techniques that allow parents to choose their children’s gender are now more accurate than ever and are becoming increasingly mainstream, but experts are divided over whether the technology should be used in this way. Learn More
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Advances in such fields as energy and medicine are poised to have transforming impacts in the next decade on the way we live. Learn More
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