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Path To Fertility Blog by RMACT

Fertility Blog | Compassionate support on your journey through infertility treatment. Join the conversation.

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Support

By: Lisa Rosenthal
February 14th, 2020

From chocolate to self-affirmations, here are real ways women with infertility deal with the pressures of Valentine’s Day. Whether you love to celebrate the holiday or find it to be a stressful time of year, a little self-love goes a long way.

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PCOS

By: Ashley Levinson
February 7th, 2020

PCOS can affect the entire body, from mind to heart to blood. That's why women with PCOS need to be aware of the cardiovascular risks. Ashley Levinson guest-writes on our blog about PCOS-related heart disease and her latest #Heart4PCOS campaign.

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Infertility | blackhistorymonth

Support is out there, and we've done our best to round it up! Here are four of the top organizations devoted to helping black men and women with infertility find support, financial resources, and other fertility needs.

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Infertility | fertility doctor | IVF

RMA of Connecticut is led by top fertility doctors that are experts in infertility and reproductive endocrinology. Our CT doctors are board-certified infertility specialists in Reproductive Endocrinology, Infertility, Obstetrics, and Gynecology. Meet them all!

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Infertility | Humor | advocate

By: Virginia Hamilton Furnari
February 5th, 2020

Karen Jeffries (Hilariously Infertile) is an infertility advocate. She joined us at RMA of Connecticut for a behind the scenes look at our fertility practice. As the tour progresses, Karen reflects on her abilities (and inabilities) to administer some of the necessary tasks of treatment.

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Acupuncture

RMA of Connecticut's Amy Matton & Elaine Malin receives doctorate achievements in the area of acupuncture & Chinese Medicine.