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Learning Center by RMA of CT

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

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First Infertility Visit | Infertility Basics | Fertility Testing

Navigating fertility testing can seem like learning a new language. Christina Dias, RN, MSN, explains common fertility testing terms you may encounter before starting IUI or IVF treatment.

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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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Support | Financing Infertility Treatment | fertility grant | Community

By: Sierra Dehmler
May 24th, 2021

Finding support can feel like an extra, challenging step while going through fertility treatment. These 10 organizations provide grants, resources, and guidance to members of the fertility community.

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Fertility Treatment | Ovulation Induction | IUI | IVF | Affording Treatment

By: Mark Leondires, MD
May 13th, 2021

Fertility costs may vary depending on your treatment plan, medication, and more. A fertility doctor breaks down cost for different fertility treatments, and explains what to budget for.

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Hormones | Infertility Basics | Fertility Treatment | Fertility Testing

By: Sarah Waters
May 11th, 2021

Cycle Day 21 is a key time to complete fertility testing to set you up for fertility treatment success. A fertility nurse explains Day 21 testing, how to understand your cycle, and more.

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fertility journey | In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) | IVF | Patient Stories

By: Anonymous Patient
May 7th, 2021

A real patient's reflection on becoming a mom after fertility treatment, parenting during a pandemic, and keeping the ship afloat.