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American Society for Reproductive Medicine

American Society for Reproductive Medicine
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Contact

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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A flexible, small ring containing both estrogen and progestin. It is used continuously for 3 weeks, followed by a week without the ring. It can be...
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A small device that a doctor puts into the uterine cavity that contains progestin. It can be used for up to 5 years and can be removed earlier.You...
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A single rod containing progestin that is implanted by your doctor under the skin. It is effective for up to 3 years and can be removed earlier.You...
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EC is designed to prevent a pregnancy if it is taken within 72 hours after you have unprotected sex. If used properly, treatments are about 75%...
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Breast Cancer: A small number of studies show a slight increased risk of breast cancer in women under age 35 using hormonal contraception, but many...
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The fallopian tubes are attached to the uterus (womb). Normally, the fallopian tube picks up an egg each month as it is released (or ovulated) from...
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Hydrosalpinx is commonly caused by an old infection in the fallopian tubes. These infections may be caused by a sexually transmitted disease. Other...
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Some women with hydrosalpinx may have constant or frequent pain in their lower belly or abdomen. A vaginal discharge can also be associated with this...
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There are three ways that your doctor can check if you have hydrosalpinx. X-ray procedure: The doctor will inject a special liquid into your uterus...
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If your fallopian tubes are completely blocked, an egg cannot travel through them to your womb. You will need to be treated by a doctor before you...
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Prolactin is a hormone produced by your pituitary gland, the gland that sits at the bottom of the brain. Though prolactin plays a role in the growth...
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Hyperprolactinemia is a condition in which too much prolactin is present in the blood of women who are not pregnant and in men. In women, this...
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Prolactin levels increase as a result of:  certain medications, including commonly prescribed antidepressants, anti-psychotics, and blood...
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If you have absent or irregular periods, produce milk from the breasts, or experience problems getting pregnant, especially if you or your partner...
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The treatment depends on the cause. If your doctor cannot identify a cause or you have a microadenoma or a macroadenoma in the pituitary gland, the...