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Does Caffeine Affect Fertility?

For most couples, deciding to conceive a child is a conscious decision. You’ve daydreamed about your little one, possible even thought about names, taken a look at your finances, and maybe you’ve even shared your decision with a few close family members, or friends. As the possibility of becoming pregnant takes shape, you very likely […]

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Fertility Dictionary by LA IVF

Learning about infertility, and the various ways the condition impacts your life, can be overwhelming. As you embark on the journey to grow your family through infertility treatment there are seemingly endless new words and terms being thrown your way. Decoding infertility terms is a task in itself, so we’ve put together a glossary to […]

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Dr. Bayrak presentation about endometriosis at the 2nd American Fertility Expo on April 28, 2018 in Pasadena

Endometriosis affects one in ten women in the general population and up to 50% of women with infertility may have endometriosis. It can be difficult to diagnose endometriosis clinically and in some women it can be present with minimal symptoms, but yet it can cause significant inflammation of the pelvic organs which can lead to […]

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Caltech Educational Seminar

Dr. Bayrak recently gave an educational seminar at Caltech to the graduate students. His talk focused on fertility preservation, egg freezing and strategies to improve fertility in high-risk populations. If you would like to sign up for an educational seminar activity and qualify for a free consultation, please follow the news and updates section on […]

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Fertile Vitamin Now Available On Amazon

Fertile Vitamin, a range of fertility supplements for women and men, is now available at Amazon. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime members. Order your fertility supplements now!

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Failed IVF cycle: What’s next?

It’s frustrating to get the “negative beta” call from the IVF coordinator/doctor after taking injections for a few weeks, undergoing egg retrieval, and embryo transfer. Whereas most IVF failures are due to the abnormalities of the embryos transferred, other variables have to be carefully looked at prior to the next attempt. Both the embryo and the […]

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