Kristina participated in a special wellness initiative at CU where she learned healthy lifestyle changes to treat her PCOS symptoms. These changes allowed her to conceive naturally.
For years, Sarah and Daniel tried but had no success in their pursuit to start a family. During her initial visit to Advanced Reproductive Medicine, she learned more about the fertility obstacles she was facing.
Cheryl describes her fertility journey at CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine and how she and her husband beat double-factory infertility (both male and female infertility factors) using IVF.
After surgery with Dr. Santoro to remove uterine fibroids two different times and infertility that followed, Beth began intrauterine insemination and eventually a frozen IVF cycle to have her baby daughter.
Sarah & Chris’ four years of unsuccessful attempts to start a family ended when they entered Advanced Reproductive Medicine’s AMIGOS study.
With loving support for each other, Emily and Andy battled cancer and the emotional upset of disappointing infertility treatments to hang on to hope.
Even though Erin’s lab results showed a not-so-great chance of success with in vitro fertilization (IVF), she and her husband embraced it as their best chance, encouraged by Dr. Polotsky’s hopeful outlook.
Advanced Reproductive Medicine’s clinical trial with the National Institutes for Health led to a huge breakthrough—and the long-awaited joys of parenthood for two Denver families.
Turned away by one clinic in their efforts to start a family, Ian and Troy achieved their dream with the help of family, friends and Advanced Reproductive Medicine.