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What’s the Link Between Infertility and Stress?

Research suggests a link between infertility and stress, but what’s the relationship?

There’s no doubt that infertility causes stress, but could emotional issues also cause fertility problems? Erika Munch MD has read the research and it suggests this might be true. If you’re concerned about how your emotional well-being is affecting your fertility, read on to learn more about this relationship and gain tips for managing stress.

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Dealing With Eating Disorders and Infertility

Eating disorders and infertility have a complex relationship

When looking at the statistics, eating disorders and infertility have something in common. They both affect millions of people. However, that’s not all that links them. Fertility issues are frequently one of the long-term consequences of having an eating disorder. This is true for both women and men.

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A Look at Male Celebrities and Infertility

Fertility issues can happen to anyone: A look at male celebrities and infertility

Many men feel alone when they’re facing fertility struggles, especially on Father’s Day. Our fertility specialists at Texas Fertility Center (TFC) and other experts believe this is because our society hasn’t traditionally talked about infertility. Not only that, people tend to think that fertility issues only affect women,

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National Infertility Awareness Week 2020 – Get Involved

Changing the conversation during National Infertility Awareness Week 2020

When it comes to infertility, it’s important to know that it’s a common condition that can affect anyone. Even though millions of women and men face fertility issues, people haven’t always talked openly about it. That’s changing with National Infertility Awareness Week 2020.

Every year,

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Tips for Giving Fertility Shots – Fear-Free Fertility

Make your fertility journey smoother with these tips for giving fertility shots

Giving yourself shots at home can sometimes be part of your fertility treatment. These subcutaneous injections go into your skin and into the fatty tissue when you are undergoing IVF or taking gonadotrophins. It might sound intimidating, especially if you don’t like needles.

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Coronavirus and Fertility – Just the Facts

Coronavirus and fertility – Separating fact from fiction

Coronavirus is a hot topic right now, and with so much conflicting information, it’s enough to make anyone feel nervous. To keep our patients safe, Texas Fertility Center (TFC) has been carefully monitoring this developing situation. We know it’s an unsettling time, so our San Antonio fertility center has compiled the facts about coronavirus and fertility,

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Infertility and Relationships – Keeping the Spark Alive

Many couples need help navigating infertility and relationships

If you feel that fertility issues are putting a strain on you and your partner, you aren’t alone. Our San Antonio fertility doctor Erika Munch MD has seen many couples struggling to manage infertility and relationships. After all, fertility issues and timed intercourse can take the romance out of sex,

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Fertility Resolutions for 2020 – Find the Right Doctor

It’s time to make your fertility resolutions for 2020

It’s the start of a new decade, which means it’s the perfect time to make some fertility resolutions. If you’ve been struggling to conceive after a year of regular, unprotected intercourse, you should resolve to make an appointment with a fertility doctor. You should make this appointment after six months of trying if you are 35 or over.

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