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    Congenital Uterine Abnormalities

    Congenital uterine abnormalities occur when the uterus does not properly form in the fetal stage. These anomalies can increase your risk of amenorrhea (lack of menstruation), miscarriage, premature birth or infertility. However, many women with congenital uterine abnormalities don’t experience any fertility problems and go on to have healthy pregnancies and babies. What Causes Congenital

    • 17 JAN 17
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    Testosterone Effect on Sperm

    Millions of men in the United States use testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) to treat low testosterone (Low T). With the rise in testosterone supplement use, fertility doctors are warning men who would like to have children in the future to reconsider starting TRT. Testosterone’s Role in Sperm Production The pituitary gland produces follicle stimulating hormone

    • 12 JAN 17
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    Hypothalamic Amenorrhea

    Amenorrhea is the absence of menstruation, whether you miss one or multiple menstrual periods. Menstruation may fail to occur due to normal reasons- such as pregnancy or breast-feeding, or it may be a sign of a medical issue- like hypothalamic amenorrhea. What is Hypothalamic Amenorrhea? The hypothalamus is the portion of your brain that controls

    • 03 JAN 17
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    Sperm Donor

    Using a sperm donor, also referred to as donor insemination, is an option for both heterosexual couples and women without a male partner. When considering donor insemination, your fertility specialist will likely recommend you and your partner speak with a counselor before undergoing the process. The counselor will ensure both partners are comfortable with the