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Arizona Reproductive Medicine Specialists
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Trying to get #pregnant can be frustrating, even for perfectly healthy couples with no #fertility issues. It may take up to a year of trying to get pregnant under normal conditions, so you may not be sure when to consult a #fertilityspecialist. 

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Endometriosis is one of the most common causes of female #infertility, and it may be the source of a number of other unpleasant symptoms that tend to be worse during your menstrual cycle. If you have had a history of menstrual problems like heavy cramping or excessive bleeding, #endometriosis may be to blame. 

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Modern reproductive technologies have improved the process of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) to make the procedure more successful and affordable for couples trying to overcome a wide range of infertility issues.  Read more about Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) on our new blog post!

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If you are struggling to get pregnant, you may need to consider your diet as you explore infertility treatments. While there are many conditions that require medical care to resolve, some causes of infertility, like obesity and nutritional deficiencies, can be managed with dietary changes. Watch this video on our new blog post for more information!

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#Conception is a surprisingly intricate process and if just one variable is out of sync, it can be very difficult to achieve pregnancy. For a woman to get #pregnant, she must have eggs of an optimum quality. Read more on our new blog post!

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Age does indeed increase the risk of female infertility. However, more and more women are waiting to start or grow their families for a wide variety of reasons. Many women aren’t quite sure that they want to become mothers until later in life when they feel more settled. Others prefer to establish themselves in their chosen fields before starting a family. Read more on our new blog post!

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Endometriosis is a common condition that most often affects women between 25 and 35 years of age. Since it’s linked to #infertility, endometriosis is one of the health conditions your #fertility specialist may look for when exploring the potential causes of your infertility. Read our new blog post to find out the risk factors that are related to #endometriosis. 

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When you consult a fertility specialist, you can expect to undergo a number of diagnostic tests. Certain tests are intended to explore the underlying causes of infertility, while others can assess the likelihood of success of a fertility treatment such as in vitro fertilization (IVF). A baseline follicle count is the latter type of procedure; read more about baseline follicle counts on our new blog post! 

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Children are priceless, yet paying for fertility treatments can be a challenge. The cost of medications can be significant.  You may wish to consider working with a fertility clinic that maintains a partnership with financing companies, such as EMD Serono. With the Compassionate Care program at EMD Serono, you could qualify forSome of these companies offer significant savings on fertility medications to those who qualify. 

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Even if you’re not yet ready to have a baby or if you haven’t found the right partner yet, you can still take some steps to preserve your #fertility and increase your chances of conception later on. Take a look at our new blog post to learn about some surprising ways you can maintain your fertility health! #FertilityHealth  
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