Know when to see a fertility specialist You might think that it should be easy to conceive when you’re ready to grow your family, but sometimes nature needs a nudge. Although it can be tempting to keep trying on your own – even after seeing multiple negative pregnancy tests – it’s important to know when
PCOS is Not the End of Your Dream to Become a Parent Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can be a difficult diagnosis for many women to accept because it involves many undesirable symptoms, including infertility. Fortunately, lifestyle changes and medical interventions by our Texas Fertility Center team can significantly improve a woman’s symptoms, improve ovulation and
Could female infertility causes include your pain reliever? Long-term use of certain medications for pain and discomfort could affect your hormonal balance and contribute to problems getting pregnant. A recent study links non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) with ovulation disorders. The way that NSAIDs work is through an enzyme called cyclo-oxygenase (COX). COX is also an
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Headlines point to an IVF protocol that involves lower doses of fertility medication, and subsequently, a slightly lower cost of IVF. Mini IVF, or low dose IVF, has come in and out of favor, and Texas Fertility Center doctors occasionally hear from women curious about the benefits. We asked Dr. Kaylen Silverberg to address the
Voted Best Fertility Doctors in Austin, Again! While we have local peers to thank for awards such as Austin Monthly Magazine’s Best Doctors, physicians nationwide selected TFC for this particular honor. The 2014 Best Doctors in America® list recognized four physicians from our Austin Fertility Center: Thomas Vaughn, Kaylen Silverberg, Lisa Hansard and Natalie Burger.