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How Age Affects Fertility

by | May 14th, 2016

How age affects fertility—time is not on your side Did you know that women are born with all the eggs or oocytes they’ll ever have? Unlike men, who continue to produce sperm throughout their lives, a woman’s egg supply is finite. With each passing birthday, the health and quantity of eggs dwindles proving that time  

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AMH Testing Helps Women Plan for the Future

by | November 18th, 2014

Your relationship or career will hopefully stand the test of time, but your eggs may not. You’ve likely heard that Apple and Facebook just announced that they will start to cover the cost for egg freezing for their employees. Texas Fertility Center takes an aggressive approach to fertility preservation, advising women to proceed as rapidly  

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Gauge Your Fertility Potential with AMH Testing

Natalie Burger, M.D.

by | June 4th, 2013

Through the month of June, TFC is offering free ovarian reserve screening (Day 3 FSH, Estrogen, and AMH testing) to new patients. A new blood test, anti-mullerian hormone or AMH gives women greater insight into the number of egg-containing follicles growing in your ovaries. Texas Fertility Center research and its clinical application of anti-mullerian hormone (AMH)  

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Fertility Preservation Can Boost U.S. Fertility Rates

by | March 12th, 2013

Fertility rates have people talking. As someone struggling with infertility, and actively pursuing fertility treatment to overcome it, you may read the news headlines about America’s declining fertility rate with dismay. After all, Texas Fertility Center knows that you would give anything to help bump up the fertility rate! Our declining fertility rate is caused  

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