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TFC Takes Steps to Cure Breast Cancer

At Texas Fertility Center, we passionately advocate for women’s health issues, from changing laws to make infertility treatment affordable to raising awareness about breast cancer prevention and treatment. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, TFC will share blog topics, Facebook posts and Twitter tweets that encourage our online friends to get involved.

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Preserve and Repair with Fertility Surgery

With the precision of an Olympian, you’ve synchronized lovemaking to coincide with ovulation. Still no plus sign on the pregnancy test after six to 12 months? It may be time to consult with Texas Fertility Center to explore either non-invasive or minimally invasive surgical options for overcoming infertility.

While most couples will not need fertility surgery,

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Focus on Your Fertility: Now and for the Future

Dr. Kaylen Silverberg details key thoughts on couple’s fertility plans, both current and for future planning in his latest article :

Singles can take a proactive stance to protect their future fertility by making healthy lifestyle choices
 Couples need to have a realistic timeline for their family planning based on age and any known factors that could impair their chances for conception
Preconceptual testing can provide helpful genetic information
When ready to conceive,

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Breast Cancer and Fertility Preservation Options

Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis would likely send ripple effects through your whole life. If you or a loved one is grappling with this kind of news, it can feel overwhelming. Part of the planning at this point involves forming a strategy to fight this disease and thinking about the future. Early detection and advances in treatment options have improved survival odds,

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“Waiting to Start a Family: Options to Preserve your Fertility.”

College. Career. Marriage. Baby. The new natural order in a woman’s life sometimes wreaks havoc on nature’s design for fertility. Studies show that approximately 20 percent of women wait until after age 35 to begin their families.* Society tells women that they can have it all without warning them that waiting too long to have a baby may interfere with a woman’s ability to conceive.

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