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Natural Transfer Helps More Couples Achieve Highter and Healthy Pregnancy

Natural Transfer Helps More Couples Achieve Highter and Healthy Pregnancy
The Advanced Fertility Center of Texas recently began using Natural Embryo Transfer, a mainstream mode of infertility treatment that significantly improves the chance of pregnancy. About 15 percent of the couples are faced with infertility issues and …
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Naperville golf tourney helps infertile Des Plaines couple

Naperville golf tourney helps infertile Des Plaines couple
His wife was born in California, lived in Idaho and moved around with her mom and sister before coming to Chicago. A 1993 graduate of Taft High School, she graduated from National Louis … They hope they'll have a son or daughter in tow, and say they …
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'Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls' Finale: Human Raft Helps Finalists Brave

'Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls' Finale: Human Raft Helps Finalists Brave
<em>Series premieres Wed., May 1 at 8:30 p.m. ET.</em> <strong>What To Know</strong>: Starring J.K. Simmons and Kyle Bornheimer, "Family Tools" centers on a guy who returns home to take over his dad's hardware business when he finds himself jobless …
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Rocky Mountain Fertility Center Helps Women Reduce Stress During Fertility Treatment

Rocky Mountain Fertility Center, a leading Colorado Infertility Diagnosis and treatment center helps women reduce stress to improve pregnancy rates during fertility therapy. The journey through infertility is a stressful one, especially if the journey has been difficult. Not understanding what the future may hold, how much fertility treatments may cost and whether or not you will be successful, makes the path to parenthood more complex. A recent study published in an infertility medical journal explains how women undergoing certain infertility treatments are more likely to become pregnant if they take part in a simultaneous stress reduction program.

The research study, published in the journal ¬†Fertility and Sterility, raises questions about the role that stress reduction may play in infertility therapy. Rocky Mountain Fertility Center located in Parker, Colorado understands the unique role stress plays in making fertility treatments less successful. At Rocky Mountain Fertility Center the staff guarantees to listen. Their team will talk to you about your unique challenges to become a parent and provide you with the highest level of care which is instrumental to the success of starting your family. Rocky Mountain Fertility Center guarantees that they will explain your best options, the success rates and costs involved with your fertility care, making treatment less stressful. The doctors and nurses will also explain the possible “bumps along the way” during your treatment which may make treatment less successful. You will never feel pressured to choose a treatment option that may be too expensive or invasive, as you pursue your dream of having a child. Rocky Mountain Fertility Center will guide you on your journey from infertility to family. Rocky Mountain Fertility Center, in Parker Colorado offers several options for stress reduction including acupuncture, massage therapy, home therapy [music/CD’s to take home to help you relax during different phases of fertility therapy] and psychotherapy.

Stress reduction is an extremely sensitive topic for couples, if the unwelcomed clich√© heard by many infertile patients were only true “Just relax and you’ll get pregnant”. A diagnosis of infertility can cause considerable stress and sadness, and patients often report high levels of depression and anxiety. Some studies have compared the stress of infertility to that experienced by patients given the diagnosis of cancer. In the study quoted above about 52 percent of the women participating in the stress reduction program had become pregnant, compared with 20 percent in the group without therapy, demonstrating how stress reduction during fertility therapy is beneficial. Controversial data exists on whether stress reduction alone [without fertility therapy] improves pregnancy rates.

Dr. Deborah Smith of Rocky Mountain fertility Center recommends various stress reduction programs to patients. She provides Acupuncture and other stress reduction therapies to patients undergoing fertility therapy to improve pregnancy rates. Fertility therapies offered at Rocky Mountain Fertility Center include Ovulation induction, Inseminations, donor inseminations, In Vitro Fertilization, Donor Oocyte therapy, Minimally Invasive surgery and Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis.

To find out more about stress reduction, fertility therapies and Rocky Mountain Fertility Center visit RockyMountainFertility.

RMFC believes that the experienced team of health care providers at RMFC provides the highest level of care available, in a warm, friendly environment. For more details about the Rocky Mountain Fertility Center visit www.rockymountainfertility.com.

Rocky Mountain Fertility Center Helps Colorado Residents Achieve In-Vitro Fertilization Success

To date, over three million children have been born through the process of In vitro fertilization [IVF] worldwide since the first IVF baby was born in 1978. This process is often recommended to women who have failed to conceive with less costly and invasive options, those with male factor infertility or blocked fallopian tubes. Data was first collected on the number of ART [Assisted Reproductive Technology] births worldwide in 1989 – and in that year only about 30,000 babies were born following ART. Two years ago, that figure had risen to 200,000 babies born per year from about 1 million IVF cycles performed worldwide. For the many Americans who are debating the possibility of entering the IVF treatment process, consultation with a specialist is recommended to find out if IVF treatment is right for them. For Colorado residents, exploring the In-vitro fertilization treatment options, there is simply no better partner in the process than Rocky Mountain Fertility Center.

Rocky Mountain Fertility Center is one of the leading centers for fertility treatment in North America. Offering patients a seamless combination of world class expertise and cutting-edge medical treatment, Rocky Mountain Fertility Center, a Colorado In vitro fertilization and fertility treatment center, provides the very highest levels of patient care. The team at Rocky Mountain Fertility Center is trained to work with patients to discover the best solution to their specific medical needs.

Some patients are seen at a fertility clinic because their fallopian tubes are blocked. Options for treating blocked fallopian tubes are either fixing the fallopian tubes or In Vitro Fertilization. Whether IVF or tubal surgery is a better option depends on how much damage has occurred to the fallopian tube, the patient’s age and the male partner’s sperm count. Patients with tubal infertility should seek the advice of a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility specialist to get an expert opinion on their best treatment option.

Patients are also seen at Infertility Clinics in Colorado for male factor infertility. About 30% of infertility is due to a problem with the sperm. Sometimes Intrauterine insemination may be utilized to increase pregnancy rates but at other times In Vitro fertilization is needed. Whether IUI, IVF or donor sperm is utilized will depend upon the specific sperm count. Factors analyzed include the count, the appearance of abnormally shaped sperm [abnormal morphology] or low sperm motility [“poor swimmers”]. The lower the count and motility the more likely In vitro fertilization will be needed.

Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis [PGD] is also a common reason women seek In vitro Fertilization treatment in Colorado. PGD allows the team at Rocky Mountain Fertility Center to test a patient’s embryos for genetic disorders before performing implanting the embryos. This test is especially important for those parents whose children are at high risk of inheriting a genetic defect. Once a couple has embryos created thru IVF, one cell from each of the fertilized embryos is tested for a genetic abnormality. The specialists at Rocky Mountain Fertility Center currently have the ability to test for hundreds of genetic disorders including genetic abnormalities seen in babies born to women over 35 years of age.

Women who need IVF may be interested in participating in a pilot study to evaluate the technique of egg freezing. Participation in this study will provide infertility specialists with important information to allow fertility specialists to offer this technology to women who wish to freeze their eggs before cancer treatment, freeze their eggs to postpone child bearing and freeze excess eggs in IVF cycles rather than embryos. Participation in the study will include a standard IVF cycle at a significantly discounted rate. Those interested in participating should call the Rocky Mountain fertility Center for details.
Not all women will need In Vitro Fertilization therapy in order to conceive, but those that do need In Vitro Fertilization in Colorado seek the treatment at Rocky Mountain Fertility Center due to their high success rates, cutting edge technology, compassionate care and competitive pricing.

About Rocky Mountain Fertility:

Colorado based Rocky Mountain Fertility Center is considered one of the most trusted fertility centers in North America. Dr. Smith at Rocky Mountain Fertility Center rates in the top 2% of all physicians by Vitals.com and Dr. Smith has received the top doctor award from Vitals.com for the past 2 years. For more information, please go to Rockymountainfertility.

RMFC believes that the experienced team of health care providers at RMFC provides the highest level of care available, in a warm, friendly environment. For more details about the Rocky Mountain Fertility Center visit www.rockymountainfertility.com.