If you’re having trouble getting pregnant, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) could be the cause of your infertility. If that’s the case, you’re not alone in your sadness and frustration. As many as 5 million women of childbearing age in the U.S. also have this condition.
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, you may understandably be feeling worry, anger, sadness, or you might just be feeling numb—especially if you plan on having children in the future. If you’re planning on starting or growing your family, it’s important to understand what you can do before treatment to improve your future fertility options.
Our 50% Off Fertility Assessment Flash Sale launched October 11, 2021 and is available to the first 200 people who contact us with mention of ‘fertility assessment flash sale’ at NewPatients@scrcivf.com, 877.735.1182, or fill out the consult form on the site. Please book consult by November 30, 2021, to redeem this offer.
Waiting is hard.
I do best when it’s showtime.
From my early elementary school years through some of my college years, I took dance.
Each year culminated in a studio wide recital. We had studio rehearsals, dress rehearsals, and technical rehearsals. Although the preparation was necessary, the anticipation was challenging and nerve wracking.
Yeah, waiting feels hard.
Becoming a parent doesn’t begin when you’re introducing your bundle of joy to their new home. Nor does it begin with middle of the night feedings and diaper changes. Becoming a parent begins when you make the decision, as a couple, to grow your love and bring a new life into your family. With the advancement of technology and our legal system, gay couples are able to share a genetic connection with their children via IVF and gestational surrogacy.
It’s essential to understand how a positive diet and course of action will enhance the quality of your life and fertility for men and women looking to build a family.
How can acupuncture treatments benefit your fertility journey? Watch the video clip or the full video With Dr. Lina Akopians (@drlinaakopians) and Acupuncturist Jennifer Shulman (@acupuncturejenn) explain how individualized treatments will enhance your health and well being.
SCRC and Dr. Mark Surrey @drmarksurrey and Mrs. North Carolina 2018 @nichellewsublett discuss how we can break stigmas and close the gap around infertility in the Black community today 💕 Studies suggest that Black women may be twice as likely as white women to have fertility problems but are less likely to seek or receive infertility treatment.
Dr. Carolyn Alexander @bheggfreezemd and Real Estate Syndicator Lisa Hylton @lisahyl discuss the stigmas around fertility in the Black community and how the power of testimony led Lisa to freeze her eggs in her mid 30's with Dr. Alexander.