Dr. Laura Meyer, Reproductive Endocrinologist has joined the RMA of Connecticut team. Her areas of interest include reproductive genetics, third party reproduction, and medical fertility preservation for girls and women with cancer.
What type of fertility clinic is best for me? We list out the pros and cons of a larger clinic versus smaller clinic, including laboratories, schedules, integrated wellness, and success rates.
Seeking fertility help but don’t know if you should see a Reproductive Endocrinologist or a Fertility Specialist? We break down the differences between the two and help you make a more informed decision about your fertility journey.
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We’re delighted to announce that 5 of the RMA of Connecticut fertility physicians have ranked as Castle Connolly Top Doctors for 2019. They have helped individuals and couples bring home 7,000 babies over the past 15 years.
This month, we’re celebrating all six of our board-certified Reproductive Endocrinologists (fertility specialists) as 2018 Castle Connolly Top Doctors, nominated and voted by their peers. Our goal was and will continue to be, to give excellent medical care with the highest possible pregnancy and take home baby rates.
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