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

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Infertility | fertility doctor | IVF

RMA of Connecticut is led by top fertility doctors that are experts in infertility and reproductive endocrinology. Our CT doctors are board-certified infertility specialists in Reproductive Endocrinology, Infertility, Obstetrics, and Gynecology. Meet them all!

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IVF | attrition

By: Cynthia Murdock, MD
April 23rd, 2020

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.

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IVF

By: Monica Moore
March 17th, 2020

In-Vitro Fertilization can be wrought with injection stigma. The treatment is notorious for its medication, needles, and side effects, but our fertility nurse breaks it all down for you: what to expect from injections, what other medications you’ll take, and how it all makes you feel. 

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IVF

By: Jocelyn Crespo
February 18th, 2020

Can I get my nails done? Or hair colored? What are the rules on alcohol? Sex? Our Fertility Nurse answers all your life-during-IVF questions.

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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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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.