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Fertility Preservation Can Boost U.S. Fertility Rates

by | March 12, 2013

Fertility rates have people talking. As someone struggling with infertility, and actively pursuing fertility treatment to overcome it, you may read the news headlines about America’s declining fertility rate with dismay. After all, Texas Fertility Center knows that you would give anything to help bump up the fertility rate! Our declining fertility rate is caused read more

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After Infertility: Where Are They Now?

by | April 27, 2012

You can’t believe this in the fury of the storm, but many women who underwent infertility treatment feel grateful for the experience. Infertility Awareness Month concludes this week, but Texas Fertility Center will continue to share the message of empowerment and hope. Over the past 30 years, Texas Fertility Center has walked alongside men, women read more

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Obesity & Reproduction

by | August 2, 2011

Obesity is an increasing problem in the United States; women/men of a reproductive age are not excluded from this problem. It is estimated that approximately 31% of white women, 38% of Hispanic women, and 49% of black women in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Many people are aware of the problems that obesity can read more

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Lifestyle Factors and Fertility

by | April 13, 2011

Many of us don’t always think about how the things that we consume can affect our bodies. This is especially so when it comes to fertility. Certain lifestyle factors such as smoking cigarettes can have a profound negative impact, not only on egg quantity and quality, but also increase the risk of miscarriage and ectopic read more

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Weighty Issues Can Impact Fertility

by | March 7, 2011

Many of us have a daily battle with the scale, which is often difficult to win. For the purposes of fertility, being overweight can have a significant impact on the chances of successful conception, as well as on the risk of miscarriage.

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