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Planning for Pregnancy: Preconception Tips

Planning for pregnancy means more than simply setting up your gift registry. The decision to have a child is life changing, and preconception planning is important to a successful pregnancy and delivery. See your doctor It’s important to make sure you discuss with your doctor your health history and… Continue Reading

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Tips to Boost Your Fertility

Conceiving is not always as easy as some expect it to be, but there are a few things you can do to start enhancing your fertility. Sometimes, simple lifestyle changes can boost your fertility enough to conceive. Below are some helpful tips. Maintain a healthy weight If you’re looking to conceive, it… Continue Reading

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When is PGS Right For You?

Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) is a screening performed on each embryo to identify aneuploid embryos. Aneuploid embryos are embryos that do not have the correct number of chromosomes, whether it be too few or too many. An aneuploidy is the most common cause for a transferred embryo to be unsuccessful… Continue Reading

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Center for Reproductive Medicine’s Team Voted 2015 Best Doctors for Women

We are proud to announce the Center for Reproductive Medicine’s very own Dr. Colleen Casey, Dr. Bruce Campbell, Dr. Lisa Erickson, Dr. Paul Kuneck, and Dr. Mark Damario have all been selected as Minnesota Monthly’s 2015 Best Doctors for Women. To be selected as one of Minnesota Monthly’s 2015 Best D… Continue Reading

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Fertility Testing: What You Need To Know

It’s estimated that more than five million people in the United States will experience infertility problems while trying to become pregnant. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after having intercourse without contraception for 12 months. Many factors can affect your ability to conceive a ba… Continue Reading