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Pregnancy Success Tops Our List of Fertility Resolutions

by | January 21, 2014

Last year, we shared the Top 12 New Year’s Resolutions from your TFC fertility specialists. Looking back, we are happy to say that we met our goals. This, in turn, helps you achieve your goal for becoming pregnant! As we head into 2014, here’s a look back: Texas Fertility Center Fertility Resolutions The year’s accomplishments read more

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A Fertility Specialist Explains the Science of Making Love

by | March 3, 2012

For some lucky couples, the “Fertile Myrtles” of procreation, getting pregnant involves candles and a month or two of enjoyable, yet purposeful sex. They may never know exactly when ovulation occurs, or how miraculous it is that out of millions of sperm, one strong swimmer arrives at the fallopian tube precisely when a single egg read more

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Waiting to Find Out

by | August 25, 2011

No matter how many months you’ve tried to get pregnant, the last two weeks of the cycle bring the same mixed emotions. Hope surges, crests and plummets with each passing day after ovulation. It’s the Flashback rollercoaster ride that repeats itself month after month. Whether you try to get pregnant on your own or with read more

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The Menstrual Cycle

by | August 17, 2011

By Maggie Landwermeyer, MD Hill Country OB/GYN Associates It is pretty much universal…most women hate their period. We call it by many endearing nicknames: “Aunt Flo”, “The Monthly Curse,” – you get the idea. We all know it is a necessary evil for reproductive health. Let’s take a closer look at the menstrual cycle and 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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