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Male Fertility and Ibuprofen Use

What you need to know about male fertility and ibuprofen use

Wondering if pain relievers can cause male infertility? One small study recently found a potential link between male fertility and ibuprofen use. But don’t panic. Our San Antonio fertility doctors explain what you need to know – before you purge your medicine cabinet.

More about the study on male fertility and ibuprofen use

With male fertility on the decline around the globe,

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The Importance of Evaluating Male Fertility

Don’t forget about the guys – Evaluating male infertility

Many people think that infertility is only a female issue, but our San Antonio fertility doctors know that male infertility is responsible for 40-50% of infertility cases. Although male infertility is common, it is also treatable. This is why our fertility specialists stress the importance of thoroughly evaluating male infertility to develop an effective treatment plan.

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How 55 Became the Age Limit for Pregnancy

What is the age limit for pregnancy?

In the past, there was a clear age limit for pregnancy. As our San Antonio fertility specialists often tell patients, female fertility declines with age. But new developments in the field of reproductive medicine and third party reproduction are making it possible for women to conceive even after they enter menopause.

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Beyond IVF – Other Fertility Treatments

Learn about your options for other fertility treatments

In vitro fertilization, or IVF, is often the first treatment that comes to mind when people think about fertility treatments. Thinking about fertility medications, egg retrieval, fertilization and embryo transfer can be overwhelming. While IVF is the best treatment option for some hopeful parents it is not the only option.

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Future of Fertility Preservation? Ovarian Tissue Freezing

Could ovarian tissue freezing be the future of fertility preservation?

Our San Antonio fertility specialists offer fertility preservation to men and women who are preparing to undergo cancer treatment. Egg, sperm and embryo freezing are the oncofertility options now, but another procedure has been featured in the news—ovarian tissue freezing.

Ovarian tissue freezing in the news

A 25-year-old cancer survivor recently received an ovarian transplant,

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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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