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PCOS

By: Virginia Hamilton Furnari
September 11th, 2020

PCOS affects every woman differently, so the key to proper management is an all-encompassing team that gives clinical care and necessary lifestyle support. RMA of Connecticut boasts an entire multidisciplinary team based on caring for the whole patient, making real progress and seeing it through.

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Infertility

By: Lisa Rosenthal
September 10th, 2020

The experience of undergoing infertility treatment is something that can stay with you for a lifetime. Lisa Rosenthal, Patient Advocate, discusses the very real emotions that one can still experience after having success family building.

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PCOS

By: Monica Moore
September 3rd, 2020

One out of three women who have PCOS who are not overweight or obese. What does this mean for their health and lifestyle?

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By: Virginia Hamilton Furnari
September 2nd, 2020

September is PCOS Awareness Month and RMA of Connecticut is bringing information, tips, and support to the forefront all month long. Follow along as we broadcast Live on Instagram, share educational blogs and videos, and provide all the support we can to this broad community of women.

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embryo donation

By: Lisa Rosenthal
August 31st, 2020

It’s a question not often discussed: “What do I do with my extra embryos once my family is complete?” You have options. In this blog, we explore the objective choices you have and the major impact donation can have on both the donor and the recipient.

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By: Virginia Hamilton Furnari
August 27th, 2020

IVF, IUI, and other fertility treatments are expensive. How are you going to pay for it all? Hopefully, your health insurance! Here are the most important questions you need to ask your provider to see how far your coverage goes.