Evaluating Fertility And When To Seek a Second Opinion

Evaluating Fertility And When To Seek a Second Opinion

Many patients are taking a break from fertility treatment during this uncertain and challenging time. Life as we know it has changed dramatically. It may be the perfect opportunity to reassess your fertility path and seek a second opinion. Some patients are evaluating fertility and when to seek a second opinion. Obtaining a second opinion […]

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Assistance for Fertility Medications During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

Assistance for Fertility Medications During the Coronavirus Pandemic

One of the many concerns that has arisen from patients is if there is any assistance for fertility medications during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Patients are asking questions like: What happens to my fertility drugs if my cycle is canceled? Will my fertility medications be covered by insurance if I try to cycle again? Can […]

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Continuing Infertility Treatment During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Continuing Infertility Treatment During the Coronavirus Pandemic

We Are Still Treating Existing Patients And Accepting New Patients Infertility is a medical condition that is time sensitive and we maintain our commitment to you. Fertility Centers of New England remains open. We continue to care for our patients and are accepting new patients. We remain focused, as always, on providing you with individual […]

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How Does Coronavirus Affect Fertility and Pregnancy?

How Does Coronavirus Affect Fertility and Pregnancy?

How does Coronavirus affect fertility and pregnancy? Over the next several months many people may be exposed to COVID-19. How many of these people will become infected remains unknown. It is known that few of these people who become infected will suffer dire consequences unless they are immune compromised or suffer chronic medical illnesses such […]

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Continuing Care for Infertility Patients During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Continuing Care for Infertility Patients During the Coronavirus Outbreak

CONTINUING CARE FOR INFERTILITY PATIENTS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Our priority at the Fertility Centers of New England (FCNE) is your health and safety while providing you with a positive experience along your journey to parenthood. As a healthcare provider, our offices have always maintained a safe and clean environment. Our procedures for sanitizing and […]

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What Are The Best Types of Foods to Eat When You Have PCOS?

What Are The Best Types of Foods to Eat When You Have PCOS?

PCOS, or polycystic ovary syndrome, which affects as many as 13% of all women, is a leading cause of infertility. Many women with PCOS have insulin resistance. Insulin is a hormone that helps manage blood sugar and affects how your body metabolizes fat and protein. It helps convert sugars and starches into energy. What are […]

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Weight Affects Pregnancy

Weight Affects Pregnancy

Weight affects pregnancy. Our governing body, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, has recommended that women achieve a body mass index (BMI;; kg/m2 ) of < 35 prior to pregnancy. These recommendations come from extensive study of risk and reported complications to be known and associated with pregnancy. It is fact that elevated BMIs are […]

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7 Ways To Increase Male Fertility

7 Ways To Increase Male Fertility

Many factors associated with infertility are beyond your control. In fact, one in six couples attempting pregnancy will have difficulty achieving pregnancy. It is also important to know that infertility affects women and men equally. Sperm health may be enhanced by the choices you make. 7 ways to increase male fertility: 1. Eat Right Processed […]

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Things You Can Do To Take Control Of Your Fertility Treatment

Things You Can Do To Take Control Of Your Fertility Treatment

Stress and infertility. Infertility and stress. These words form an all too familiar pairing. Anyone who has struggled to have a baby or who has known someone struggling to have a baby is keenly aware of the ways that infertility causes stress. Sadly, you are also aware of the idea that stress causes infertility. Things […]

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Is Zika Still A Threat For Pregnancy?

Is Zika Still A Threat For Pregnancy?

The year 2018 brought great concern for this newly evolving syndrome in newborns, infected in utero- the Zika virus. 2019 clarified the cause and effect relationship and the continued monitoring of place. Vacation plans were altered. And then, Zika dissolved from the headlines, and recommendations seemed to recommended mindful management. Is Zika still a threat […]

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