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By: Lisa Rosenthal
February 8th, 2019

I’m Lisa Rosenthal and I’m a recovering infertile. That’s a phrase that many of the women I know have used for those of us who have finished fertility treatment, with or without having the baby we so desperately wanted. Read first hand the shifts I took on my fertility journey.

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By: The RMACT Team
October 25th, 2018

Pursuing fertility treatment can feel daunting, especially when it’s your first attempt. Dr. Joshua Hurwitz, Reproductive Endocrinologist, and Chelsea Merwin, Patient Navigator, discuss the best ways to continue past the first attempt and keep going until you get the positive result we all hope for.

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By: Lisa Rosenthal
September 28th, 2018

Transitioning from IVF to Third Party Reproduction can be a difficult decision to make. One patient of Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut talks about her experience and explains how she navigated the difficult fertility terrain that led her to a beautiful outcome.

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By: The RMACT Team
August 29th, 2018

Get to know all six of Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut's dedicated board-certified reproductive endocrinologists as they answer professional questions, such as what the practice means to them, and share personal, little-known insights into their lives outside the office.

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By: The RMACT Team
May 11th, 2018

Dr. Joshua Hurwitz, ReproductiveEndocrinologist & Partner at RMACT, joined us for a #Twitter Q&A entitled, "#WhatIWishIKnew... about my #MenstrualCycle". Dr. Hurwitz helped shed some light on common questions and concerns women have about this topic.