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Mental Health

By: Melissa Kelleher
May 12th, 2020

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Melissa Kelleher, LCSW discusses how stress can relate to infertility treatment, what you can do to help your depression/anxiety, and ways to help manage stress.

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Infertility

By: Monica Moore
May 8th, 2020

Many women TTC struggle with infertility, whether it's IVF, miscarriage, or another experience, our community hears them. In this blog, a fertility nurse offers her most thoughtful words of encouragement and advice on the most difficult day for those who aren’t mothers yet, Mother’s Day.

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fertility nurse

By: Monica Moore
May 6th, 2020

We are celebrating all of our fertility nurses this week. Hear from our Nurse Practitioner, Monica Moore, on what it’s like to be a fertility nurse. Also, meet the RMA of CT nursing team!

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Advocacy Day | advocacy

By: Lisa Rosenthal
May 5th, 2020

RESOLVE's Advocacy Day 2020 will be virtual this year. We hope this will bring out even more advocates to fight for reproductive rights. We answer the basic questions first; what Advocacy Day is, who can participate, and what the schedule looks like.

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By: Joshua M. Hurwitz, MD
May 1st, 2020

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.

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By: Dr. Spencer Richlin
April 28th, 2020

We break down the current status of our fertility clinic, plus one of our doctor’s shares his experience with the COVID-19 test. We also hear straight from a fertility nurse why patients who need anesthesia for an egg retrieval or other surgery must be tested for the disease.