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Female hormones: What you need to know about reproductive hormones, the menstrual cycle, and fertility

When you’re struggling with fertility, one of the first places to look is your hormones. Certain vital reproductive hormones are in charge of regulating the menstrual cycle (and ovulation) preparing the body for pregnancy. 

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Reproductive Landscape

The role of technology in overcoming fertility clinics bottlenecks with Cynthia Hudson

Cynthia Hudson has worked as an embryologist, medical technologist, and strategic advisor in some of the nation’s leading IVF practices for over two decades. In this edition of Under the Microscope, we explore her perspectives on how innovative technologies can solve clinic bottlenecks and expand access to much needed reproductive care. What are the primary ... Read more

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Reproductive Landscape

Navigating the Evolution of IVF in 2024: Key Trends and Challenges

As we step into 2024, the landscape of fertility clinics is undergoing a transformative journey, marked by challenges and innovations that shape the future of reproductive medicine. Here are four noteworthy trends that are poised to make 2024 a challenging yet exciting year for the fertility industry

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A COO’s Perspective on Successful Fertility Clinics with Steve Rooks
Under the microscope

A COO’s Perspective on Successful Fertility Clinics with Steve Rooks

Steve Rooks has channeled his expertise and unwavering commitment toward fortifying the landscape of reproductive healthcare. In an exclusive interview, he peels back the layers of his strategic insights and hands-on approach to optimizing the experience, efficiency, economics, and overall effectiveness of fertility clinics.

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Egg freezing

What’s the best age to freeze eggs?

Egg freezing is a way to delay family building and increase your chances of having a biological child at a later age, when fertility declines. More and more women today are deciding to freeze their eggs and wait for motherhood. But how successful is it really, and what are the chances you will actually use ... Read more

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Egg freezing

How egg freezing works

Egg freezing has become more popular in recent years as women have kids later in life than ever before. It’s a method of fertility preservation that allows you to put off family building. Frozen-thawed eggs are then used for in vitro fertilization (IVF) once you’re ready for pregnancy. If you’re considering freezing your eggs, it’s ... Read more

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Reasons for egg freezing
Egg freezing

Who is freezing their eggs and why? 4 common reasons for egg freezing

In the 1980s, the average American woman had her first child at age 23, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But times have changed, and education and career opportunities for women have improved.  Today, fewer women are having babies in their early 20s, and birth rates among women in their ... Read more

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3 ways to learn why you’re not getting pregnant

For people struggling to get pregnant, searching for answers about what’s going on can feel pretty overwhelming. Nowadays, information about fertility is plentiful online, but how can you know what to trust and what applies to you? Fertility is complex, and we’re all different. Are at-home fertility testing kits enough to get the answers you ... Read more

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Uterine fibroids
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Getting Pregnant with Uterine Fibroids: Everything You Need to Know about Fibroids and Fertility

Uterine fibroids, also known as myomas or leiomyomas, are noncancerous growths on the muscular tissue of the womb. Fibroids are quite common: up to 70% of reproductive-aged women will have them at some point. If you’re trying to start a family, it can be a little scary to learn that you have something growing in ... Read more

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Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS)

Antiphospholipid syndrome (APS), also known as Hughes syndrome, is an autoimmune disease that increases someone’s risk for developing blood clots. In this condition, the body’s immune system mistakenly creates antibodies which attack phospholipids. These are proteins attached to fat molecules and play an important role in blood clotting. When phospholipids get destroyed it can create ... Read more

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Amanda on her experience with LEVY Health

About 10 months ago, my boyfriend and I decided we wanted to start trying for a baby. We always knew we wanted a family, and the timing felt right because he had recently been promoted at work and my best friend had just gotten pregnant. I stopped taking the pill, and my periods got quite ... Read more

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