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PCOS | Fertility Treatment

By: Virginia Hamilton Furnari
October 27th, 2020

RMA of Connecticut has teamed up with PCOS Challenge: The National Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association. Their PCOS Challenge Family Building Grant is to help patients with infertility caused by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) build their families and includes a free IVF cycle.

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By: Lisa Rosenthal
October 23rd, 2020

Flu season plus the COVID-19 pandemic: should a pregnant woman or someone trying to conceive get the flu shot? Learn the definitive answer and more in regards to this unique crossroads of seasons, the flu shot, COVID-19, and pregnancy.

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Fertility Treatment | COVID-19

By: Dr. Laura Meyer
September 24th, 2020

Fertility treatment in the middle of a pandemic? Our Reproductive Endocrinologist discusses the realities of pregnancy during COVID-19 and how it affects treatments like IVF and IUI.

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Patient Testimonials | Fertility Treatment

By: Lisa Rosenthal
September 16th, 2020

When do you call it quits on your path to parenthood? Do you keep fighting or do you settle on being “childfree”? We hear from multiple women on their journeys to childfree living and how they seek happiness through it all.

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By: Dina D'Amelio
July 27th, 2020

Influencers, Hannah Bronfman and husband, Brendan Fallis, have been open about their struggles trying to convince. The couple recently confirmed they are expecting their first child in the fall of 2020.

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By: Dr. Ilana Ressler
July 13th, 2020

The world of fertility can be overwhelming to navigate, and this holds especially true for women of color. Detrimental stereotypes, a lack of representation, and injustices in the healthcare system can cause women of color, especially Black women, to feel isolated from the conversation and discouraged from seeking fertility support. Today, we’re changing the narrative by dispelling some of the most damaging myths.