Dr. Spencer Richlin discussed COVID-19 and the impact on fertility treatments, particularly IVF, during this time. He answers questions like "Should a woman wait to get pregnant?" and "What safety precautions are you clinics taking?"
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.
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!
RMA of Connecticut's Amy Matton & Elaine Malin receives doctorate achievements in the area of acupuncture & Chinese Medicine.
We’re delighted to announce that 5 of the RMA of Connecticut fertility physicians have ranked as Castle Connolly Top Doctors for 2020. They have helped individuals and couples bring home 7,500 babies over the past 15 years.
RMA of Connecticut joins 406 health care providers nationwide earning the “LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader” designation. We are the only free-standing fertility center in the New England region to hold the HEI Designation.