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Janelle Dorsett
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Fertility specialist Dr. Janelle Dorsett serves Lubbock, TX
Fertility specialist Dr. Janelle Dorsett serves Lubbock, TX

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Just because you are entering menopause, it doesn’t mean that you must suffer its accompanying side effects, such as hot flashes. We offer several alternatives to make the transition more comfortable. These include hormone replacement therapy, which is a medical treatment program consisting of estrogen or an estrogen/progesterone combination.#HormoneReplacement #IVF #LubbockDoctor

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Sperm used in this process can either come from a person known by the hopeful parents or from a sperm bank. Sperm banks commonly have a very stringent and selective process to determine eligible donors. #FertilityDoctor #ReproductiveDoctor #FertilityCenter #ReproductiveClinic

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Frozen embryo transfer (FET) is an innovative technique used to increase your chances of becoming pregnant. To better understand FET, it helps to take a brief look at in vitro fertilization (IVF). #FertilityDoctor # ReproductiveDoctor #FertilityCenter

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When hopeful parents have made the decision to have children, and are unable to achieve this on their own, it can be an incredibly difficult time. A #ReproductiveDoctor is experienced not only in providing compassionate care, but also in making effective recommendations for treatment, and safely administering those treatments.

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Using frozen embryo transfer, the embryos are cryopreserved in a process called vitrification, a process of flash freezing that prevents crystallization. When a woman experiences ovulation naturally, the frozen embryo can be thawed and placed in the uterus. #FertilityCenter #FertilityDoctor

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#TubalReversal surgery takes about two to three hours, and you will be able to return home the same day. You should not engage in sexual intercourse or heavy lifting for two weeks following surgery. As you begin feeling better, you can resume your normal daily activities. #FertilityDoctor #FertilityCenter #ReproductiveClinic

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All surgical treatments, including tubal reversal, involve a degree of risk. With a tubal reversal the risks include infection, damage to blood vessels, damage to the bladder or bowel, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. If you become pregnant after the surgery, there is a 2 to 3 percent chance that the fertilized egg will implant outside the uterus, possibly in a fallopian tube. #FertilityCenter #FertilityDoctor

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Without a uterus, a woman cannot carry a child. However, if she still has ovaries, she can produce eggs. Those eggs, in conjunction with her partner’s sperm, can be transferred to a surrogate mother’s uterus, where a child can develop. Once the child is born, the woman and her partner can assume parenthood of the child. #FertilityDoctor

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Artificial insemination is a process of placing concentrated sperm – either from one of the hopeful parents or a donor – directly into the uterus, using a catheter. This procedure is performed on the day after the ovary releases one or several eggs. Artificial insemination can either be performed in synchronization with your menstrual cycle, or in conjunction with a treatment such as induction of ovulation. #FertilityCenter #FertilityDoctor

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Artificial insemination is a process of placing concentrated sperm – either from one of the hopeful parents or a donor – directly into the uterus, using a catheter. This procedure is performed on the day after the ovary releases one or several eggs. #FertilityDoctor #FertilityCenter
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