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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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An SHG is a very safe procedure. It may cause cramping, spotting and vaginal discharge. Some women experience cramping for several hours. The most...
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Stem cells are special cells found in very early stage embryos (embryonic stem cells) and in most adult tissues. Stem cells are “undifferentiated”...
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This process involves removing the nucleus of an egg cell and replacing it with the material from the nucleus of a “somatic cell” (a skin, heart...
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Stress can come from just about anything that you feel is threatening or harmful. A single event (or your worry about it) can produce stress. So can...
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Maybe. Many women who are being treated for infertility have as much stress as women who have cancer or heart disease. Infertile couples experience...
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Most couples are used to planning their lives. They may believe that if they work hard at something, they can achieve it. So when it's hard to get...
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RESOLVE is a national support organization for couples with infertility. For information on local chapters, you can reach them at 1310 Broadway...
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Many doctors and laboratories have investigated hormones that change during the menopause transition. A summary of many of those hormones and how...
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Symptoms vary greatly from person to person. They may occur at different times and with different degrees of severity. The information below is meant...
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Changes in your bleeding pattern can only be treated after a proper investigation. This may include some combination of a physical exam, blood tests...
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Fibroids usually do not require treatment because most patients with fibroids do not have symptoms. Women with fibroids should have regular checkups...
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The type of myomectomy performed depends on the location and size of the fibroids All myomectomies carry the risk of scarring and adhesions which can...
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This risk of recurrence is about 30% over 10 years. Patients with multiple fibroids are more likely to experience recurrence as compared to patients...
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One of the easiest ways to determine if you are underweight or overweight is to determine your Body Mass Index (BMI). There are many tables available...
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Many women in the underweight, overweight, and obese categories will not have a problem becoming pregnant. But women who are not an ideal body weight...