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The Fertility Diet

The Fertility Diet can boost fertility and increase your odds of getting pregnant

If you’re wondering how to boost your fertility and get pregnant faster, Texas Fertility Center San Antonio wants you to know that you aren’t alone. The physicians at our San Antonio fertility center hear this question every day, and their answer is to embrace health and wellness.

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Fertility Trackers

A new study suggests that fertility trackers may not be very accurate

So you are ready to get pregnant! When you start trying to conceive, our San Antonio fertility specialists recommend timed intercourse to boost natural conception. To find out when they’re ovulating, many women rely on fertility trackers—found in apps and on websites—to predict when they’re most likely to get pregnant.

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Texas Fertility Center San Antonio is proud to welcome our newest fertility specialist, Erika Munch, MD

Erika Munch, MD, FACOG, is the newest fertility specialist to join Texas Fertility Center San Antonio.

Dr. Munch will treat patients struggling with infertility, focusing on “promoting healthy pregnancies and healthy lifestyle choices and treatment decisions.” She also plans to perform minimally invasive fertility surgery.

According to Dr. Munch, “I want to make sure that my patients are well-informed about all of their treatment options,

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National Infertility Awareness Week 2016

National Infertility Awareness Week raises awareness about the disease of infertility and aims to “encourage the public to understand their reproductive health.”

This year, National Infertility Awareness Week is April 24-30. Let’s take a closer look at this movement as well as ways that San Antonio fertility doctor Erika Munch, MD, can help patients who are struggling with infertility.

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A Look at Endometriosis Surgery

What does a fertility surgeon see? A look at endometriosis surgery

If you’re reading this, you’re probably curious about endometriosis, a condition in which the uterine lining grows outside of the uterus. The condition causes inflammation, scar tissue, adhesions and other problems in and around the pelvis, which can cause pain and even infertility. However,

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In vitro fertilization will amp up your stress level

Our San Antonio fertility specialist helps couples going through in vitro fertilization

An infertility diagnosis can bring about stress for couples. While going through in vitro fertilization, men and women have ranked the stress during the treatment as higher or at nearly the same level as stress from other significant occurrences, like divorce or a family member’s death.

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3 New Year’s resolutions for couples struggling with infertility

Texas Fertility Center encourages those struggling with infertility to make New Year’s resolutions

Happy New Year! With the new year comes new beginnings and goal setting. Believe it or not, common New Year’s resolutions, like eating healthy and exercising more, can help couples struggling with infertility. The team at Texas Fertility Center in San Antonio invites couples wanting to get pregnant to consider setting New Year’s resolutions.

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Having problems getting pregnant?

NSAIDs may be to blame 

At Texas Fertility Center San Antonio, we counsel women on proactive measures to take when they are having problems getting pregnant. If you take NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) and are having fertility issues, there may be a link. A new study highlights the harmful effects these medications may have on fertility.

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