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Path To Fertility Blog by RMACT

Fertility Blog | Compassionate support on your journey through infertility treatment. Join the conversation.

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Endometriosis | celebrity

By: Cynthia Murdock, MD
January 30th, 2020

Lena Dunham has not shied away from talking about endometriosis, a painful uterine disease. If you have endometriosis and are worried about your fertility, our very own, Dr. Cynthia Murdock responds with words of advice.

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By: Jessica Sasko
January 29th, 2020

Fertility treatments like IVF, IUI, or egg freezing can feel like a full-time job. That’s why RMA of CT supplies each of its patients with an individualized team devoted to their success. Treatment questions, appointment management, emotional support - we got your back through it all.

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IVF | celebrity

By: Virginia Hamilton Furnari
January 23rd, 2020

Oprah Winfrey hosted Amy Schumer on her self-titled 2020 Vision Tour, and they did not hold back! They covered IVF, motherhood, and one egg retrieval side effect that had the audience in tears.

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fertility insurance | Infertility Coverage | advocacy

By: Lisa Rosenthal
January 22nd, 2020

Fertility advocates fight for IVF, IUI, and testing coverage all over the country. One woman making major strides is Risa A. Levine, who helped the recent New York State Fertility Mandate pass and take effect.

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IVF

By: Brigitte Alicea
January 21st, 2020

IVF can be broken down into several phases, and each one has a unique set of side effects. Read the list now and understand what is normal and what is severe.

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cancer | IVF

By: Joshua M. Hurwitz, MD
January 17th, 2020

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.