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American Society for Reproductive Medicine

American Society for Reproductive Medicine
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Telephone:
Address:
205-978-5000
1209 Montgomery Highway
Birmingham, AL 35216
 

Organization website: http://ReproductiveFacts.org

About Us

ASRM is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the advancement of the art, science, and practice of reproductive medicine. The Society accomplishes its mission through the pursuit of excellence in education and research and through advocacy on behalf of patients, physicians, and affiliated health care providers. The Society is committed to facilitating and sponsoring educational activities for the lay public and continuing medical education activities for professionals who are engaged in the practice of and research in reproductive medicine.

 

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During a fertility treatment cycle when fertility drugs are used with timed intercourse or insemination, your doctor will monitor your cycle very...
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If you are pregnant with more than one baby, you may experience problems during pregnancy. These potential problems could include high blood pressure...
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The babies could be born too early, which is called premature birth. Half of all twins and 90% of all triplets are born prematurely. Babies born...
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Very possible. Depending on the type of fertility treatment used, if more than one follicle is produced, the risk of multiple gestation can be as...
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Freezing a woman’s eggs is also a new and experimental procedure. Just like embryo cryopreservation, you’ll take medications that make you produce...
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Doctors are experimenting with a procedure to freeze the tissues from a woman’s ovary. The ovaries produce eggs. In this procedure, doctors cut the...
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Embryo cryopreservation is the most common way of preserving your ability to get pregnant in the future. Before freezing the embryos, you have a...
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Yes! New technology lets your doctor remove and freeze some cells, tissues, or fertilized eggs (embryos) before treating your cancer. This way you...
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Hormonal contraceptives contain a progestin (progesterone medicine) with or without an estrogen. Both progestin and estrogen are made in a laboratory...
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When used correctly, all hormonal contraception choices are more than 99% effective in preventing pregnancy. They also have other potential benefits:...
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Women with the following conditions should avoid using contraceptive agents that contain hormones: current or history of thrombophlebitis or...
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Hormonal contraception can be delivered in several ways: oral contraceptives, injectable progestin, skin patch, vaginal ring, progesterone...
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There are various formulations and doses that can be changed to meet your needs. Most contain a combination of estrogen and a progestin. They can be...
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Contains a form of progestin that is given as a shot every 12 weeks. It may take up to 12 months for you to start ovulating again after you stop...
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Contains a form of both estrogen and progestin that is given weekly for 3 weeks followed by a patch-free week. It may not be as effective in women...