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By: Lisa Rosenthal
October 26th, 2018

Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut's Effing Funny Fertile Friday blog series hopes to help you laugh about infertility by suggesting you read Karen Jefferies' new book entitled, Hilariously Infertile. Karen takes the painful aspects of fertility treatment and gives them a comical spin.

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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: Lisa Rosenthal
September 15th, 2018

In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Reproductive Medicine Associates of CT is expanding the conversation on how fertility & infertility are treated in all cultures. Lisa Rosenthal, Patient Advocate, dives into this topic & explains how our fertiFamilia program is here to help.

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By: Lisa Rosenthal
September 1st, 2018

It’s September, #PCOSAwarenessMonth. RMA of Connecticut joins #PCOSChallenge and all advocates, bringing awareness, and more importantly, action to the 1 in 10 women affected by PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome).