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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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Focus on Your Fertility: Now and for the Future

by | January 10, 2012

Dr. Kaylen Silverberg details key thoughts on couple’s fertility plans, both current and for future planning in his latest article : Singles can take a proactive stance to protect their future fertility by making healthy lifestyle choices  Couples need to have a realistic timeline for their family planning based on age and any known factors that read more

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“Waiting to Start a Family: Options to Preserve your Fertility.”

by | October 7, 2011

College. Career. Marriage. Baby. The new natural order in a woman’s life sometimes wreaks havoc on nature’s design for fertility. Studies show that approximately 20 percent of women wait until after age 35 to begin their families.* Society tells women that they can have it all without warning them that waiting too long to have read more

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What is Premature ovarian failure?

by | December 8, 2010

The average age of menopause in the U.S. is age 51 yrs. If a woman enters menopause before age 40 yrs, she is considered to have premature ovarian failure (POF) which essentially means that the ovaries have stopped functioning earlier than would be expected. The signs and symptoms would include seldom or absent periods as read more

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