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Dr. Lebovic

Farewell Dr. Lebovic

Dan I. Lebovic, M.D. will be leaving CRM as of October 2, 2020. Dr. Lebovic has been providing compassionate care to our patients since 2016, sharing our commitment to helping people overcome the obstacles to a successful pregnancy and build their families. While we are sad to see him go, we are thankful f… Continue Reading

Maximizing Your Andrology Care

Andrology care, which is the study and care of the infertile male, is sometimes a less defined and more confusing process than the care of the infertile female. In some clinics, the reproductive health of the male is largely overlooked “as long as there are a few sperm available” for IVF/ICSI treatment. H… Continue Reading

The “White Face of Infertility”

A recent column in the Independent addresses a crucial issue facing black women who are struggling with infertility. When they look at “pamphlets, posters, brochures or in waiting rooms” it’s easy for them to feel like they are alone in their struggle due to the lack of women of color. This can also hav… Continue Reading

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Finding Donors Can Feel Like a Minefield

It’s a natural human instinct to want your natural born children to bear at least a passing resemblance to you. Depending on your ethnic background, features such as skin color, eye color, and hair texture can be very important in achieving that reproductive goal. The fact that it’s a natural human ins… Continue Reading

CRM’s Small Talk Survival Guide

What do you think of when you look back on the holiday season? Do you think about the Christmas you celebrated with your family? Do you think about cherished loved ones you were blessed to celebrate the holidays with? We hope so, but don’t feel bad if you answered “no” to those questions. Family is a hu… Continue Reading

Fertility’s “Michelle Obama Effect” Is in Full Swing

Fertility – especially infertility – is a very personal thing for people. This has the unfortunate side effect of leaving people who suffer from infertility feeling very isolated due to the lack of people who come forward to tell their own stories of fertility issues. While no one should be expected to or… Continue Reading

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ASRM Certification: A New Era At CRM

Continuing To Invest In Improved Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes The Center for Reproductive Medicine is now the only center in the state of Minnesota that has a nursing staff certified in reproductive nursing. This ensures our patients are getting the most educated, supportive nursing staff available i… Continue Reading

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Does “You Are What You Eat” Apply to Fertility?

At some point in your life you’ve surely heard the old saying that “you are what you eat”. The idea is that by eating foods that are universally agreed to be good for you – such as piles of green vegetables – you will be a healthier person. Women who have trouble getting and staying pregnant are… Continue Reading

NIAW: National Infertility Awareness Week April 22-28, 2018

#FlipTheScript – National Infertility Awareness Week

What do you think about when you hear the word “infertility”? Unless you or a loved one has experienced infertility, you likely think about an older woman who has let her “biological clock” tick for too long and is now struggling to conceive. Not only is this media-driven narrative extremely insensiti… Continue Reading

Paul & Jordana

CRM’s Reproductive Endocrinologist Joins The Paul & Jordana Show

We heard a familiar voice when we tuned into WCCO radio’s The Paul & Jordana Show on February 20. Meg M. Hopeman, M.D. joined the hosts for a segment to educate them and their listeners on the topic of egg freezing.   https://ivfminnesota.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Paul-and-Jordana-2-20-… Continue Reading