Asherman’s Syndrome Explained

Asherman’s Syndrome Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment Options Intrauterine scarring, a condition commonly called Asherman’s Syndrome, is being diagnosed with increasing frequency.  Although its most common antecedent factors is a curettage performed because of a miscarriage, pregnancy termination or heavy bleeding following a delivery, any uterine surgery can lead to intrauterine adhesions (IUA).  Most women with [...]

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Family Building through Surrogacy

Building a Family through Surrogacy Surrogacy with egg donation allows gay men to have children of their own.  The surrogacy process usually begins with a visit to the Reproductive Endocrinologist (fertility specialist) to learn about the treatment, have baseline semen and infectious disease tests performed, and to discuss options for finding the appropriate surrogate mother.  [...]

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Egg Donation & Surrogacy for the LGBT Community: What Gay Men & Lesbians Should Know

The following article was recently published on The Fertility Advicate by Pamela Madsen, a nationally recognized fertility advocate.  Her post ”What Gay Men and Lesbians Should Know about Egg Donation & Surrogacy” is below.  In it, California Fertility Partner’s fertility doctor Guy Ringler MD shares his experience and insights surrounding support of the gay and lesbian [...]

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Utah Fertility Partners an affiliate of California Fertility Partners opened April 25, 2011

Utah Fertility Clinic Joins California Fertility Partners California Fertility Partners opened its newest affiliate, Utah Fertility Partners in Pleasant Grove on April 25, 2011.  Utah Fertility Partners is the natural evolution of the long-standing relationship between fertility doctors Dr. David Richards and Dr. Richard Marrs.  Dr. Marrs mentored Dr. Richards in the 1980′s when Dr. Richards [...]

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Egg Freezing | Fertility Preservation

  This egg freezing video illustrates the egg vitrification process.  Eggs are frozen by “fast freeze” or vitrification.  As the technology for egg freezing was being developed, the greatest barrier to high survival rates of freezing eggs was the water content of eggs.  Ice crystals which formed during the freezing process could potentially fracture the [...]

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