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Texas Center for Reproductive Health - IVF and Fertility
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Can An Extreme Fitness Regimen Lead To A Miscarriage? Yes, VIDEO > http://goo.gl/zdsmUe

To see all of the research articles Dr. Sam Marynick endorses, follow TXCRH on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TXCRH/, or check out the TXCRH Facebook Twitter app at > http://bitly.com/TXCRHFacebookTwitterApp

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Sydney researchers invented a breakthrough technology where incubators used in IVF are fitted with time lapse photography that allows the doctors to determine which embryos have the highest chance of success.  The ultimate goal is to have these images available to online so patients can see the progress of their embryos in real time. > http://goo.gl/APiaqi 

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Researchers have developed a new technology to boost Australia's already high IVF success rate, increasing the embryo’s chance of survival. Ellie Southwood reports.
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Please join us for the Third Thursday Fertility Series meeting this month. There you will be able to ask the experts ANY questions you have about IVF and/or Fertility for free ! The meeting is Thursday, November 20th, at 6:30 pm. The location of the meeting is at The Texas Center for Reproductive Health. Call (214) 821-2274 or email info@TXCRH.com to reserve your spots. This will be the last Third Thursday Fertility series meeting of the year, as the holidays are next month. We would love to see you there !

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Roche launches new Elcys test for fertility > http://goo.gl/GKwn3y   #IVF #Fertility
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A survey suggests that 70% of women with #fertility problems are not offered basic tests to see if they need #IVF. > http://goo.gl/FmQ8jl 
Most women suffering from known fertilty problems are not offered tests which could indicate that they are likely to need IVF treatment to get pregnant, survey finds
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Fertility and Sleep: How Your Habits Can Affect IVF Treatment | Reproductive Resource Center > http://goo.gl/mjVDiC

Studies show sleep deprivation, and occupations that require shift work, seriously compromise a woman's chances to conceive.  Moderate sleep, 7 to 8 hours, is ideal.  

"The primary link between sleep habits and fertility lies in the circadian rhythm's effect on hormone production . . . Too much or too little sleep has a negative impact on our endocrine system, which is responsible for hormone production." - the study's authors' shared opinion

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Humans have been getting up with the sunrise, and going to bed when it sets, for thousands and thousands of years. Enter the advent of electricity, and the industrial revolution of the mid-nineteenth century, and millennia of healthy human circadian rhythm was turned on its head.
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Last night's Third Thursday Fertility meeting was a success. One woman showed up and Dr. Samuel Marynick and Dr. Juan Correa - Pérez spent two hours reviewing her complicated case. We will not have a meeting in December, but will begin having meetings again in the new year. These meetings are a unique chance to meet our staff for free and ask any questions you want about IVF, fertility, and/or cryopreservation. 

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There are still spots available for the Third Thursday IVF and Fertility meeting Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 6:30 pm at the Texas Center for Reproductive Health. Our experts will be there to answer any questions you have about IVF, fertility, and/or cryopreservation. Call (214) 821-2274 or email info@TXCRH.com today to reserve your spots !

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Stress and Fertility > http://goo.gl/1Aeq8i #IVF #Fertility

Stress negatively impacts fertility by affecting hormones. From the article, 5 tips to fight against daily stress:

1) Get enough sleep. Never underestimate what a good night’s sleep can do for your body.

2) Exercise daily. Even something as simple as a walk after work can help!

3) Meditate and/or start practicing Yoga.

4) Seek counseling if you feel necessary.

5) Follow a healthy diet. The proper amount of nutrients will make you feel well balanced.
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The Stork:  First #fertility DIY kit rolls out worldwide > http://goo.gl/a2wZ70 
TORONTO, Sept 24 — Recently released in Europe and Canada and landing now in US pharmacies for over-the-counter sales, the Stork is a drug-free device that aids in conception. The device consists of a cervical cap, which is worn during natural
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This is a friendly reminder that this month's Third Thursday Fertility Series meeting will be held October 16th at 6:30 pm. The event will be held at the Texas Center for Reproductive Health.

Please join us for a FREE meeting where you can ask the experts any questions you have about IVF and/or fertility. 

Have a great weekend! We hope to see you next week at the meeting! Please call 214-821-2274 to make a reservation, or send an email to info@txcrh.com. Spots still available.
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3600 Gaston Ave, Barnett Tower #504, Dallas, TX 75246, USA
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Cryobank, Reproductive Endocrinology, Fertility, and IVF specialists
Introduction
The Texas Center for Reproductive Health (TXCRH) takes advantage of the latest techniques in fertility and reproductive medicine to help you realize your goal of becoming a parent.

TXCRH uses the latest state-of-the-art equipment and technology available for in vitro services including a cryobank.

TXCRH IVF success rates have consistently been above the national average.  But high success rates do not always tell the whole story.  

We specialize in reproductive medicine and endocrinology, so we often see the most complicated cases, including couples who have been advised not to undergo or cease treatment by other centers.

Our intensive diagnostics and state of the art treatments are designed to do one thing:  deliver the best outcomes for you.