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Why Can’t I Get Pregnant?

With so many pregnancy announcements and gender reveals getting posted to social media, if you are struggling to get pregnant, it can feel like you are completely alone. Well, you are not alone!  A visit to Park Avenue Fertility and…

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Why Some Infertility Cases Go Unexplained

Fertility technology has come a long way, but it doesn’t always have the answer to your infertility problem. Unexplained infertility is a common diagnosis for about 10-20% of all infertile couples.  Both men and women can be diagnosed with unexplained…

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What Causes Infertility?

At Park Avenue Fertility, helping people grow their families is our top priority.  The first step in that process is to determine, if possible, the reason a couple is experiencing infertility. Did you know that 10-15% of all couples experience…

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Using Donor Sperm to Get Pregnant

At Park Avenue Fertility, we recognize the importance of thorough communication. Education is key to keeping everyone comfortable throughout the treatment process.  That is why we have put together this informative guide to how our center use donor sperm to…

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What is In Vitro Fertilization

In Vitro Fertilization, commonly known as IVF, is one of the most common ways that families who are experiencing infertility are able to conceive children. In fact, as of April 2017, over a million babies have been born through IVF…

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Using an Egg Donor to Get Pregnant

Sometimes patients need to use an egg donor to achieve pregnancy.  As a patient of Park Avenue Fertility and Reproductive Medicine, our team will work with you and your partner to determine if egg donation is necessary to proceed in…

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How to Become an Egg Donor

Some patients need to use donated eggs to achieve conception. Women who donate eggs give other people the opportunity to expand their families! If you’re interested in becoming an egg donor, then this blog post is for you. What follows…

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