In this video, Dr. Lauren Roth says that many women have misconceptions about the effects of age and weight on infertility, and that both play significant roles in a woman’s chances of getting pregnant.
In this video, Dr. Lauren Roth discusses the FemVue method (sono-hysterosalpingogram) of examining the uterine cavity and Fallopian tubes in a fertility evaluation, which provides immediate results.
In this video, Dr. Murray discusses that in order to get pregnant, you need an egg, a sperm, a way for these to get together to make an embryo, and a place for the embryo to grow. If anything goes wrong with these events, you have infertility.
In this video, Dr. Nanette Santoro discusses the four core symptoms of menopause: hot flashes & night sweats, vaginal dryness, difficulty with sleep and adverse moods.
Dr. Lauren Roth discusses a new study that gives older couples important new information, suggesting that their time (and money) may be best spent on IVF when the goal is getting pregnant and having a baby as soon as possible.
Dr. Dovey explains that with new advances in technology, a woman’s choice to freeze her eggs as fertility insurance for getting pregnant later in life also brings up complex questions that have no definitive answers.
Dr. Santoro reports on the latest on hormone delivery, weight gain, ovarian aging, early menopause, hot flashes and ovarian cancer that affect fertility.
Have women been unduly alarmed about a decline in fertility with age, because the studies suggesting this are outdated? Not really, says Dr. Serena Dovey.
Dr. Lauren Roth discusses the poor state of insurance coverage for fertility treatments, including what you can do about it.