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"It wasn’t that he didn’t want anyone to know, he just felt ashamed that he was, as he referred to it, 'the problem.'”

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Did you know it's equally important to practice healthy eating, remain physically active and steer clear of substances that could affect your fertility before conception?

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Today is the start on Women's Health Week, which encourages
women of all ages to make their health a priority! While we focus
on the health of bodies during fertility treatment, it's
easy to forget about our mental health.

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Infertility comes in many forms and doesn't discriminate based on race, religion or status. So "listen up!" National Infertility Awareness Week is not just about awareness for one week; it's a movement to reduce the stigma surrounding infertility. http://ht.ly/TugN30b8uYL
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"I suppose what I’m saying is that there are still illusions we work hard to maintain."

Sharing your infertility story is easier for some than for others, but at CRM we want you to know that you're not alone. We want to hear your story and help you write a new ending.

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A new study, presented at last year's ASRM, shows promising results that Omega 3 fatty acids may help improve fertility.

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Infertility may seem lonely, but you are not alone. Unfortunately, well-meaning friends and family members may not understand what you're going through. Don't be afraid to pass this article from The Huffington Post to your friends and family to help them better understand.

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March is National Endometriosis Awareness Month. We'd like to help promote a greater awareness and understanding of endometriosis as a real and often debilitating condition.

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Have you considered donating your eggs to a family who can't conceive? Frequently we see patients who have undergone premature menopause, survived cancer therapy, carry genetic diseases, or who, because of the normal diminished reproductive efficiency associated with advancing maternal age, cannot produce eggs likely to result in a successful pregnancy. As an egg donor you have the opportunity to fill the painful void that these conditions create in the lives of these patients.

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As part of National Nutrition Month, here's what you need to know to prepare for pregnancy and enhance fertility.
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