Texas Fertility Center San Antonio

Patient Stories

Conceiving with a Varicocele – Finding Hope at TFC

Brittany and Landon wondered if conceiving with a varicocele was possible

When Brittany and Landon got married, they wondered if their journey to have children would require them to visit a San Antonio fertility center. Landon found conceiving with a varicocele to be difficult and suffered two miscarriages in his previous marriage. As a result,

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Welcoming Evelyn – With Help from IUI with Donor Sperm

Two mothers turn to IUI with donor sperm to welcome a baby

When Crystal and Amanda were ready to grow their family, they wanted to find a San Antonio fertility center that was LGBT-friendly. They also hoped to find a doctor who was kind and knowledgeable. They found all this and more when they came to Erika Munch MD for IUI with donor sperm.

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Overcoming the Odds – An IVF Story

The beginning of Alex and Jenny’s IVF story

Alex and Jenny’s* IVF story began seven years ago. The couple was settling into civilian life after Alex received an honorable discharge from the United States Air Force. No longer living with the worry of being deployed, they decided to try for their first child. It took a year to conceive,

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Hope in the Face of Sickle Cell Disease

It all started with a diagnosis of sickle cell disease

Tamaris and her husband were thrilled to welcome a son in May 2015, but they soon received devastating news. “A week after our son was born, we received a letter that his PKU levels were abnormal, so he could have a blood disorder.

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San Antonio couple takes proactive steps for a healthy pregnancy with PGD for sickle cell

When a couple falls in love and decides to spend their lives together, they often have a lot in common, like goals, interests and hobbies. Sometimes, two people have something they’d rather not share. Inheritable genetic disease can be passed down to the next generation when two parents each carry a defective gene.

This was the case with two patients at our San Antonio fertility center. They are symptomless carriers for sickle cell disease, a condition that causes normal red blood cells to become misshapen, like crescent moons. This interrupts the normal flow of blood though vessels and causes fatigue, swollen hands and feet, infections and episodes of intense pain.


Elizabeth and Jason, fertility preservation and frozen embryo IVF

Our Austin and San Antonio fertility centers teamed up for fertility preservation and frozen embryo IVF

Seven embryos frozen in Austin made the trip down I-35 to our San Antonio fertility center after Elizabeth Logsdon was cleared to start a family after cancer treatment.

The story begins after Elizabeth and Jason met and fell in love in San Antonio.

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