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All About Preparing for Fertility Treatments

Preparing for fertility treatments? Learn about the steps you can take to get ready

When you first start thinking about preparing for fertility treatments, it can feel a little overwhelming. After all, most people don’t have experience with starting fertility treatment. Thankfully, the team at Texas Fertility Center has spent the last four decades helping patients who are new to fertility care.

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How to Select a Fertility Clinic

Learn what all hopeful parents need to know before they select a fertility clinic

Have you been TTC without luck? If it’s been one year (or six months if you’re 35 or over), it might be time to enlist help from an expert. At Texas Fertility Center, we know that deciding to seek fertility treatment is often an emotional decision.

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Learn the ABCs of Fertility – Fertility Acronyms

Feeling overwhelmed by fertility acronyms? TFC is here to help

Starting infertility treatment can feel like you’re swimming through an alphabet soup of fertility acronyms. However, you aren’t alone as you navigate this vast world of fertility terms. The team at our San Antonio fertility center wants you to feel empowered. As a result, we’re going to explain some of the most common terms you’ll see during fertility treatment.

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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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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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Sometimes Symptomless, Endometrial Polyps Can Cause Infertility

If you’ve checked the box “bleeding between periods” or “irregular menstrual periods” on your health history form, your obgyn or fertility doctor may suspect a number of causes, including endometrial polyps. These overgrowths on the inside lining (endometrium) of the uterine wall are common and usually benign, but can interfere with your goal of getting pregnant.

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Surgical Evaluation of Infertility

Female infertility can be caused by multiple factors. Among the most common are ovulation disorders, fallopian tube disease, endometriosis, and uterine defects. While problems with ovulation are managed primarily with medications, the remaining conditions are most commonly diagnosed and treated with surgical intervention. Sonogram imaging of the uterus and ovaries may show conditions such as ovarian cysts or uterine fibroids (benign muscle tumors) that can compromise fertility.

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Next Step: Surgery

After completing your fertility evaluation, your physician may recommend surgery as a next step.

Surgery can be an excellent way to diagnose and treat many gynecological problems such as: endometriosis, ovarian cysts, pelvic and/or intrauterine adhesions, uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps, fallopian tube disease and obstruction, and congenital abnormalities of the pelvic organs such as a uterine or vaginal septum.

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