Dr. Moffitt’s blog post explains that nutritional balance, good lifestyle choices and frequent sex during peak ovulation are factors that can boost fertility.
Doctor’s Fertility Blog
Infertility is not only a women’s health issue, male infertility is as common. Weight, lifestyle, blockages and varicoceles contribute to male infertility.
Mothers know a lot about the word “more.” It seems like they are always expected to have it. To have more. To give more. To care more. To love more.
Women who exercise for 30 minutes a day have less of a risk of ovulation discorders that may result in infertility.
Artificial insemination is a fertility treatment used to help the sperm reach the egg for fertilization inside the woman’s body. Learn more.
Women suffering from early menopause do have options to start a family through the use of preserved eggs, donor eggs or a gestational carrier.
By Dr. Drew Moffitt – I have come to realize that what I do is deal in the hope of having a family. “Finish what you have begun … it’s not over ‘til you’ve won!”
By Dr. Drew Moffitt – The psychological impact of undergoing infertility treatment can be huge. Learn ways to cope with stress and anxiety before, during and after treatment.
Infertility is a complicated subject and you may have questions when & if you decide to see a fertility specialist. View the most common questions you may have when deciding to grow your family.