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Male Infertility | men's health | reproductive health | Fertility Testing

By: Dr. Shaun Williams
June 3rd, 2021

Fertility doctor Dr. Shaun Williams offers 7 lifestyle tips to help improve overall health and fertility potential for men trying to conceive.

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Endometriosis | Women's Health | reproductive health

By: Maryann Lonergan
March 15th, 2021

In this blog, we highlight the stories and activism of seven celebrities with endometriosis who are speaking up to help raise awareness and support for those living with this difficult disorder.

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Fertility Doctor | RMACT | reproductive endocrinologist | Fertility Treatment | TTC | reproductive health

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.

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Infertility | RMACT | Wellness | Support | Fertility Treatment | TTC | reproductive health

By: Lisa Rosenthal
December 20th, 2018

Fertility advocate, Aprill Lane (found of AGC Scholarships) gives back to the infertile community- she donated her uterus to a recipient with MRKH. Her point though is that everyone can give back something. What can you give back?

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Infertility | RMACT | reproductive endocrinologist | Male Infertility | Wellness | Fertility Treatment | TTC | reproductive health

Maybe a baby, but not ready yet? Keep all your options open about your fertility and family building future- know the facts about infertility.

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RMACT | Support | Fertility Treatment | TTC | reproductive health | Affording Treatment

If you work for a company that offers insurance to its employees, you have until December 15th to take advantage of “Open Enrollment,” (when you can switch to an insurance provider that might offer more comprehensive “infertility” benefits). Here are three tips from RMA of CT.