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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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The most common cause of intrauterine adhesions is injury following a surgical procedure involving the cavity of the uterus. Dilatation and curettage...
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A woman with intrauterine adhesions may have no obvious problems. Many women, however, may experience menstrual abnormalities such as absent, light...
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Asherman syndrome can be diagnosed by hysteroscopy, hysterosalpingogram (HSG), or sonohysterogram (SHG). Hysteroscopy is the most accurate method to...
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Surgical removal of intrauterine adhesions with hysteroscopic guidance is recommended. A special operating hysteroscope is used to cut away the scar...
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Even after treatment, many patients continue to have difficulty with absent or infrequent periods. Pregnancies that occur after treatment are more...
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For a woman to get pregnant, a man’s sperm must travel from the vagina through the cervix (narrow, lower part of the womb), into the uterus (womb)...
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There are many reasons why couples experience difficulty having a baby. IUI may be useful for some of them. Female infertility. Women who do not...
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The sperm needed for IUI can be collected in several ways. Most commonly, the man masturbates into a glass or plastic cup that is provided by the...
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Once collected, the semen sample is then “washed” in the laboratory, to concentrate the sperm and remove the seminal fluid (seminal fluid can cause...
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The success of IUI depends on the cause of the couple’s infertility. It works best for men when the majority of their sperm does not move and for...
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If a woman is taking fertility medications when she has IUI, her chance of getting pregnant with twins, triplets or more is greater than if she were...
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Most women will use birth control pills at some time in their lives. But many women don’t know that birth control pills also can be used to treat a...
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Most combination birth control pills contain three weeks of active pills (those that contain hormones) and one week of inactive placebo pills (those...
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Birth control pills can be used to make irregular or unpredictable periods occur on a monthly basis. Women who have menstrual cycles longer than 35...
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Birth control pills contain a progesterone-like hormone, which makes the lining of the uterus thinner and causes lighter bleeding episodes. In rare...