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Sign up for our monthly newsletter as we discuss many topics that effect fertility. Click the link to visit our website for more information. http://bit.ly/2qHzm3s #MediaMonday
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On behalf of SCRC we would like to wish all Mothers and infertility survivors a Happy Mother's Day
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Talking to friends and family about infertility can be difficult. Check out our blog to learn more about how to converse with others regarding this issue.http://bit.ly/2psJG08 
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The most intelligent, resourceful, kind, caring people are nurses. They love with their whole heart. They sacrifice their time, and often health, to ensure other receive what they need most. This is your week and know your love is returned. On behalf of our staff here at SCRC we would like to acknowledge our nurses and all nurses for Nurses Appreciation Week, thank you. 
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On behalf of our entire staff, we would like to wish everyone a Happy Cinco De Mayo!
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This week’s #WCW is Dr. Carolyn Alexander for all of her amazing work here at SCRC. Check out this awesome review from Yelp and be sure to leave us a review! 
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Ever wonder if IVF increases your chances of having twins? (The short answer is no) Read more: http://bit.ly/2qfk9EF 
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We are excited to announce our newest SCRC location in Glendale! We are excited to expand our practice and are very proud to have one of our caring, compassionate and dynamic physicians, Dr. Lina Akopians see patients at this location. 

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Happy #TwinTuesday!! Today we are celebrating with a good ole twinsie sandwich. Extra doses of cuteness abound. #scrc #twintuesday #ttc
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"Nearly three out of four women have pain during intercourse at some time during their lives" @CafeMomOfficial's @maressasb writes. One of the causes can be vaginismus, a condition where the pelvic floor muscles tighten after giving birth. "Vaginismus is best treated with a detailed history and physical by the ob-gyn, as well as the help of a good pelvic physical therapist who can tailor the treatment plan with the partner," explains #SCRC's Dr. Alexander. Read the full article here: http://hubs.ly/H06t1bS0
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