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Is There a Fertility Diet?

Fertility diet tips that can support the journey to parenthood

Our Connecticut fertility doctor has found that adopting a healthy fertility diet can support a woman’s reproductive health and increase the chance that fertility treatments will lead to pregnancy. To help women understand how the food they eat potentially affects their fertility, we’ve put together dietary tips to help our patients make positive shifts in their eating habits.

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Should You Take Fertility Supplements?

Learn how fertility supplements can help with supporting conception

Our Connecticut fertility doctor helps patients increase their chance of having a baby by providing information about fertility supplements. Certain supplements can potentially improve a patient’s overall health and aspects of the reproductive system. Because of this, Andrew Levi MD sometimes recommends certain supplements to his patients.

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All About Female Infertility

Learn all about female infertility causes and evaluations

Our Connecticut fertility center helps women learn all about female infertility causes and evaluations. This information allows women to make informed decisions on the path to motherhood. It also helps patients decide whether fertility treatments should be the next step.

Exploring the potential causes of female infertility

When a woman is having trouble conceiving,

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Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, ICSI

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is an advanced treatment that helps patients bypass fertility challenges

The team at our Connecticut fertility center uses intracytoplasmic sperm injection, or ICSI, to help patients with a variety of issues. This effective procedure involves an embryologist injecting a single sperm into the center of a mature egg. Doing so helps bypass fertility challenges like low sperm quality or quantity.

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Fertility Injection Tips

Learn the fertility injection tips that can help you on your path to parenthood

It’s common to have concerns about giving yourself fertility injections, but this part of treatment is often easier than you would expect. The team at our Connecticut fertility center has several fertility injection tips that can simplify the process. If you’re nervous about giving yourself injections,

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Coping with the Holidays and Infertility

How to cope with the holidays and infertility

The team at our Connecticut fertility center understands what a difficult combination the holidays and infertility can be. During this time of year, you may face questions from loved ones about your fertility journey. Not to mention, you may encounter pregnant women and babies, which can be emotionally triggering.

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The Emotional Roller Coaster of Fertility Testing and Treatment

If you’ve been trying to get pregnant without success, taking the next step to see a fertility specialist can be daunting.  You may worry about how multiple appointments will affect your work schedule.  Or, maybe you’re worried about the cost of treatment.  These are valid concerns, so choosing the right doctor and practice is very important when undergoing fertility testing and treatment.

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Fertility Options for LGBTQ Couples

Park Avenue Fertility is proud to work with the LGBTQ community. There are a number of options available to help you grow your family. Park Avenue Fertility works with sperm donors, egg donors, and surrogates in addition to performing intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF), for patients who need it.  We evaluate your needs and develop a plan that is right for you.

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When Should I Consider Egg Donation on My Fertility Journey?

There are so many factors to consider throughout your fertility journey. Should you start with an intrauterine insemination (IUI)? Will in vitro fertilization (IVF) provide a higher success rate? When, if at all, should you consider an egg or sperm donor? According to the CDC, 12% of all IVF pregnancies are achieved through egg donation.

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