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ASRM in San Antonio

ASRM is in San Antonio this year

Big news from Texas Fertility Center – San Antonio. The ASRM Annual Congress is being held in our city this year. Our San Antonio fertility specialists will attend ASRM to learn about the latest developments in the field of reproductive medicine and network with other physicians. It’s one of the ways that Summer James,

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Fertility Preservation for Breast Cancer Patients

Fertility preservation for breast cancer patients is possible

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but every day our San Antonio fertility center is committed to spreading the word about fertility preservation for breast cancer patients.

Thousands of women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. Thanks to advances in cancer treatments, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer patients is close to 90%.

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Should I see a fertility specialist

Getting pregnant is supposed to be easy, right?

Unfortunately it’s not easy for everyone. One in eight couples will struggle with infertility. When you should involve a fertility specialist depends on your age as well as if you have any obvious obstacles like irregular menses.

First we should explain that trying to conceive means unprotected intercourse on a relatively routine basis.

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Why Genetic Testing?

Genetic testing can help protect your future children

The physicians at TFC San Antonio know that genetic disorders can be sneaky. While some people know that they carry a certain disorder, others may have no idea that they could pass a genetic disorder to their future children. To help you mitigate this risk, our San Antonio fertility center offers genetic testing.

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Be Proactive About Your Fertility with Ovarian Reserve Testing

Ovarian Reserve testing can help you take control of your reproductive future

Most women don’t think about their fertility until they want to start trying for a baby. However, the physicians at TFC San Antonio believe that women should start thinking about their reproductive potential much sooner than that. Our San Antonio fertility center supports a proactive approach to fertility,

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Dr. Erika Munch in TheList.com

9 things to know about conceiving as you get older

by Becki Ledford, M.A., cPT

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the average age of women at childbirth is increasing. According to the CDC report, between 2000-2014, the percentage of women aged 25-29, 30-34, and 35 and over each increased. While research has found risks for both very young mothers and those over 35,

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Valentine’s Day and Infertility Survival Guide

It’s Valentine’s Day and infertility struggles are on your mind

The physicians at Texas Fertility Center San Antonio realize that Valentine’s Day might not be your top priority while you’re dealing with infertility. While many couples are thinking about romance and intimacy, you’re thinking about fertility drugs and timed intercourse. Valentine’s Day and infertility might not seem like they go together;

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Preconception carrier screening for African Americans

Our physicians recommend preconception carrier screening for African Americans

Texas Fertility Center San Antonio advocates taking a proactive approach to pregnancy. For this reason, our San Antonio fertility center offers preconception carrier screening for African Americans. This form of genetic testing allows parents-to-be to find out if they are carriers of a genetic disorder. Parents simply provide a sample of blood or saliva at our fertility center,

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