Egg freezing, sperm freezing, embryo cryopreservation, and hormone therapy are some of the best ways to preserve your fertility after receiving a cancer diagnosis. You have options to preserve your fertility before treatment and even ways to help afterward.
What is recurrent pregnancy loss? While it's estimated that 25% of all recognized pregnancies will end up as a miscarriage, Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) -- or repeated miscarriages -- affects between 1-5% of all women. Learn more about RPL here.
From IVF cancellations to embryo transfer postponements, fertility treatments have been shuttered since the COVID-19 outbreak. Dr. Josh Hurwitz breaks down why these cycles should be considered essential, granting the continued treatment of 1 in 8 couples struggling with infertility.
It’s official: there is no increased risk of ovarian cancer for women who have gone through in-vitro fertilization! Our own Dr. Joshua Hurwitz gives his thoughts on the topic. More studies need to be done on those with endometriosis, but this is a reassuring finding making doctors and women breathe a sigh of relief.
Dr. Joshua Hurwitz, fertility doctor at RMACT, tells about his experience discussing a fertility preservation bill at the State Capitol in Hartford Connecticut.