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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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Viva Infertility Awareness Week!

It’s impossible to live in San Antonio without feeling a spring in your step the last two weeks in April. Look for Dr. Erika Munch and the TFC San Antonio staff and their families at the parades, NIOSA and St. Mary’s Oyster Bake. The 125-year-old tradition makes us happy to live and work in San Antonio.

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Egg Freezing in San Antonio

Your eggs might not wait until the time is right.


As you may have heard, an announcement came from both Apple and Facebook that they will be covering the cost of egg freezing through their employee health insurance.  Certainly, if you have a new cancer diagnosis or premature ovarian failure diagnosis, Texas Fertility Center recommends fertility preservation as soon as possible.  

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Coenzyme Q 10 and Female Fertility

Coenzyme Q 10, aka Co Q 10, but also known as ubiquinone, is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like compound that naturally occurs in most cells of the body, primarily in the mitochondria. Co Q 10 is needed for the basic function of cells and is the source of energy for the mitochondria. Mitochondria are the organelles inside cells that generate energy for the cell in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP),

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IVF Lab Mix-ups: Could It Happen to You?

The Dateline story “Inconceivable” aired this week and brought to light the nightmarish scenario of transferring embryos to the wrong patient during an IVF cycle. Texas Fertility Center would like to respond to the news with sympathy for the families involved, as well as reassurance for couples currently undergoing infertility treatment.

IVF lab mistakes,

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Making Sense of Fertility Coverage in 2013

Your goal is to become pregnant in the New Year. At Texas Fertility Center, we resolve to help you navigate your insurance company’s call center maze and complex insurance forms that will hopefully result in your being able to maximize your coverage for infertility diagnosis and treatment. Investigating and understanding your insurance plan takes patience,

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