Recently Added

Avoiding IVF Disasters: Are Your Embryos in Safe Hands?

Posted by in Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Embryo Transfer, Infertility Information, IVF, Laboratory, Treating Infertility on 22. Mar, 2011 | No Comments

Tweet Practicing medicine for the past 30 years, I have developed an enormous respect for those things that happen to people that are beyond our control.  Sometimes, the issue of preventability is a gray one and defies definitive blame assignment.  Yet, when the dust settles there remain victims who are harmed for whom we are […]

Embryo Rejection

Posted by in Embryo Transfer, Infertility Information on 10. Jan, 2011 | 7 Comments

Tweet Dear Fertility Doc: Two months ago I had my first IVF cycle & it did not work. I was wondering what common reasons there are a body would reject the 2 embryos that seemed to look good on the 3rd day? A few years ago I had a healthy child that came naturally with […]

Study Suggests Stress Reduction May Increase Pregnancy Rate

Posted by in Infertility Information on 28. Dec, 2010 | 8 Comments

Tweet The old fertility legend about a couple who had failed fertility treatments and adopts a baby and then all of a sudden gets pregnant is one we have all heard. In fact, as a practicing reproductive endocrinologist over the past 25 years, I have experienced this with some of my own patients. Those stories […]

Vitamin D Deficiency May Diminish Your Fertility By David Kreiner, MD and Brianna Rudick, MD

Posted by in Causes of Infertility, Dave Kreiner, MD, Infertility Information, Reproductive Health on 06. Dec, 2010 | 15 Comments

Tweet Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that is present in a variety of forms but has recently been recognized as playing a critical role in reproduction.  It is essential in the production of sex hormones in the body.  It is thought that a deficiency of Vitamin D may lead among other things to […]

What I Learned At The 2010 Annual Meeting of ASRM

Posted by in Infertility Information on 10. Nov, 2010 | 26 Comments

Tweet It has been two weeks since my return from this year’s national fertility meeting, the ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) which was held in Denver this year.  It is the time and place that breakthroughs in fertility care are announced, results of research studies are discussed, problems and issues of the day are […]