Fertility Newsletter

Fertility Newsletter Recap

Fertility Preservation: Is it Possible to Freeze Your Fertility

James Douglas, M.D. by James Douglas, M.D. | November 22nd, 2011

We live in a DVR world, where we can push pause and use technology to accommodate our schedules. Can we apply that same principle to fertility? Many women, because of career or life circumstances, know that they want to get pregnant one day, just not right now.  Unfortunately as women age, it becomes harder to…Read the Rest of Article

Tags: conceiving after 40, coping with infertility, female infertility, Fertility Preservation

Posted in Fertility Preservation, Infertility, Patient Newsletters | No Comments »

Unexplained Infertility: What You Need to Know

James Douglas, M.D. by James Douglas, M.D. | November 15th, 2011

If you have tried to get pregnant for more than a year (six months for women over age 35) without success, you should consider having a complete fertility evaluation. Dr. Douglas will run a full battery of tests to determine what fertility problems might be preventing you from conceiving. In many cases issues like anovulation,…Read the Rest of Article

Posted in Patient Newsletters, Unexplained Infertility | No Comments »

Can I Take a Vacation from Fertility Treatment?

James Douglas, M.D. by James Douglas, M.D. | June 20th, 2011

Trying to get pregnant can feel like a full-time job. Getting away from it all – even for a few days – can pack more joy into your life and help you reconnect as a couple. Some choose to take a month off from the rigors of fertility treatment, but you can enjoy a…Read the Rest of Article

Tags: Vacations
Posted in Female Infertility, Infertility, Male Infertility, Patient Newsletters, Summer Vacation | No Comments »

Understanding Your Options: Fertility Preservation and Breast Cancer

James Douglas, M.D. by James Douglas, M.D. | June 18th, 2011

Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis can rock your world, but it doesn’t have to destroy your fertility. Women of childbearing age sense that their lives are on the line, but also fear their chances for having families may be compromised. With advances in therapies to combat breast cancer, survivors are living long, full lives, and…Read the Rest of Article

Posted in cancer and fertility, Female Infertility, Fertility Preservation, Patient Newsletters | No Comments »

Appreciating the Gifts of Spring

James Douglas, M.D. by James Douglas, M.D. | March 15th, 2011

After the long winter, most people look forward to the first signs of spring. The flowers began to bloom and the days get warmer. Spring is often seen as a season of hope and renewal. If you are dealing with infertility as you try to build your family, it can help to focus on…Read the Rest of Article

Posted in Infertility, Patient Newsletters | No Comments »