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TXCRH will be hosting a Third Thursday Fertility Series meeting Thursday, September 15th, at 6:30 pm. The event will be held at the Texas Center for Reproductive Health.

This is a FREE meeting where you can ask our doctors any questions you have about IVF, fertility, and/or cryopreservation.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet our staff without having to set up a first appointment. Please call 214-821-2274, or email info@txcrh.com, to reserve your spots!

http://txcrh.com/

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Nutrition experts claim eating brussels sprouts improves fertility for men and women! Folic acid found in the vegetable is key for boosting fertility. By eating foods rich in folic acid, females also experience a reduced risk of birth defects and/or miscarriages.

> http://goo.gl/dgwjBE

via Christine Hsu - Counsel & Heal

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Couples who want to conceive should eat more Brussels sprouts, according to experts.
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Male health issues account for about 40% of fertility problems. However, men can take steps to minimize these problems. For example, Zinc has a positive impact on male fertility. Read the article to learn more > http://goo.gl/eC7jyP

via Lauren O'Callaghan - Express

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ALTHOUGH it is women who carry and deliver babies, conception can be greatly affected by men.
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10 things affecting your chances of conception

via Irish Independent > http://goo.gl/FzDzPc

1) Age
2) The thyroid gland
3) PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
4) Fibroids
5) PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease)
6) Cancer
7) Endometriosis
8) Occupation
9) Smoking
10) Coffee and tea

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Becoming pregnant might seem easy for a lot of women, but for others it's not so simple. Everything from diet to niggling little health problems could be causing problems. But there are
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When is the best age for women to have children? Study claims to have answers

via Patricia Kozicka - Global News - VIDEO > http://goo.gl/H8ZIa3

In a statement, Raul Santaeulalia-Llopis (study co-author) said, “Children do not kill careers, but the earlier children arrive the more their mother’s income suffers. There is a clear incentive for delaying.”

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New research argues that sooner isn't better when it comes to having kids.
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At 6:30 pm on Thursday, April 21st, the Texas Center for Reproductive Health will be hosting a FREE Third Thursday Fertility Series meeting. The event will be held at the Texas Center for Reproductive Health.

Third Thursday meetings are for anyone who has any questions concerning IVF, fertility, and/or related topics. Bring your questions, and our experts will give you the answers. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet our doctors without having to set up, or pay for, an initial visit.

This is a FREE event. Please call (214) 821- 2274, or email info@txcrh.com, to reserve your spots!

http://txcrh.com/

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Fertility Facts Friday!

Cleveland Clinic fertility expert, Cynthia Austin, M.D., lays out several factors that contribute to fertility issues for couples in the article, "2 Your Health: Do's and don'ts for boosting odds of becoming pregnant," by Carolyn Murray.

Although age is the number one factor, either partner being overweight or underweight, can negatively impact fertility. Additionally, either partner of a couple drinking in excess, or smoking, will experience decreased fertility. Also, excessive exercise can lead to fertility problems.

"Dr. Austin reminds couples that it's normal for it to take six months to a year to get pregnant. However, if it’s been more than a year, or more than six months if a woman is into her late 30s or early 40s, she recommends seeking the help of a fertility doctor." - Carolyn Murray

Full article, VIDEO > http://goo.gl/59cN7X

via Carolyn Murray

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When a couple is trying to get pregnant, usually the waiting is the hardest part. For many couples, countless months of trying and no success can leave them feeling dismayed and looking for reas…
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Fertility Facts Friday!

Avocados make one of the best baby foods. Full of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, fats, and proteins, avocados are often called the "perfect food." They are known as a "superfood."

> http://goo.gl/A6j3eK

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We have a new employee who loves Instagram! Previously, we only posted to Instagram during the Egg Hunt and Baby reunion. Now we will have photos posted to Instagram on a regular basis.

Follow TXCRH on Instagram!

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Often called the “perfect food” due to their amazing range of nutrients, fats and proteins, avocados are more than a delicious salad topping, they may also be the very best baby food av…
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Fertility Facts Friday!

The success rates for IVF are affected by profession, according to a recent study by FertilityIQ.

Read the article to learn more > goo.gl/vNxdnl

via Emma Lord - Bustle.com

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@TXCRH will be hosting a Third Thursday Fertility Series meeting Thursday, July 21st, 2016, at 6:30 pm. The event will be held at the +Texas Center for Reproductive Health.

This is a FREE meeting where you can ask our experts any questions you have about IVF, fertility, and/or cryopreservation. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet our staff without having to set up a first appointment.

Please call 214-821-2274 during business hours, or email info@txcrh.com, to reserve your spots!

http://TXCRH.com/

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Embryo study shows 'life's first steps'

via James Gallagher BBC News > http://goo.gl/nmExlF

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Scientists have developed a technique to grow human embryos in the lab past the point they normally implant in the womb.
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Here is the 26th Annual Egg Hunt and Baby Reunion photo album.  We hope everyone had a wonderful time.  Thanks for coming out to the event!

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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.

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3600 Gaston Ave, Barnett Tower #504, Dallas, TX 75246, USA