The COVID-19 outbreak has directly affected fertility patients all around the world. However, the personal struggle each patient has felt has also been met with a surge of other emotions, such as resentment, fear, and maybe even a little gratitude. Our patient advocate investigates the emotional paradoxes during this time.
Is losing eggs and embryos during the IVF process normal? The realities of the IVF attrition rate can sometimes alarm patients. Here, one of our Reproductive Endocrinologists breaks down the numbers so you have a better idea of what to expect in your own IVF experience.
With Covid-19 keeping most of us stuck at home, it may feel like there’s no proper way to celebrate Earth Day. RMA of CT has a list of the best alternative ways to get up close and personal with nature, taking our minds off fertility and turning them onto our planet.
Dr. Spencer Richlin was featured on WTNH, virtual channel 8, and discussed COVID-19 and the impact it has on fertility clinics and patients.
Join RMA of CT all week long in recognizing Resolve's National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW). Our programming will include patient success stories, virtual advocacy, and online support & educational events.
During this coronavirus outbreak, many fertility treatments have been canceled, so you might think that starting the IVF process needs to wait. No way! IVF takes time, consultations, and conversations before any injection happens. Review the real length of IVF and see if it’s a good time for you to start the process with your Reproductive Endocrinologist.