The physicians at Texas Fertility Center are pleased to announce that board certified reproductive endocrinologist Susan Hudson, M.D., has joined the practice to provide infertility care to men and women from her New Braunfels location. Dr. Hudson opened her own infertility practice in New Braunfels five years ago, and she has shared the same IVF
Can eating McDonalds help you get pregnant? A UK-based parenting website recently released research that showed that many women have tried odd tricks to boost fertility, including eating McDonald’s fries. So, do these tricks work? With us today is Dr. Anthony Propst from Texas Fertility Center to help us decipher fact from fiction.
All five reproductive endocrinologists at Texas Fertility Center (TFC) have once again been selected as Top Doctors by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., a healthcare research and information company that helps guide consumers to the top doctors and hospitals in the United States. The TFC physicians are the only reproductive endocrinologists in Austin to receive the
New Study: Genetic Screening and Pregnancy New research shows one in 20 people carry a gene for one of three life-threatening genetic disorders. Now medical professionals are calling for wider testing for anyone considering starting a family.
Research regarding endometrial receptivity, embryonic chromosomal abnormalities, the luteal-placental shift, embryo culturing and Next Generation Screening AUSTIN, TX (October 24, 2017) – Reproductive endocrinologists and embryologists from Texas Fertility Center will present five studies at ASRM 2017 in San Antonio, Texas. Researchers from the Austin-based fertility center studied topics in assisted reproductive technology (ART), ranging
New study confirms Texas Fertility Center research about effects of premature progesterone production in IVF cycles and increasing pregnancy rates with frozen embryo transfer AUSTIN, TX (September 15, 2017) – A new study published in Fertility and Sterility in August compared the implantation and pregnancy rates in frozen and fresh in vitro fertilization (IVF) transfer
After several unsuccessful in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles, Mary and Carlton Davenport were ready to give up on their dream to have a child. But, the couple decided to give it another try. This time their fertility doctor, Kaylen Silverberg, M.D. suggested they try a new procedure called endometrial receptivity analysis or ERA, which evaluates
Having overcome infertility issues for her first pregnancy, Christina Michaud, 33, knew that getting pregnant again would be challenging. After five in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles resulting in five miscarriages, she was beginning to give up hope. With just two IVF embryos remaining, the couple decided try one more time. This time their fertility doctor,
Infertility is a complex and often misunderstood condition, which is why there’s so much confusion surrounding it. During National Infertility Awareness Week, we’ve invited Dr. Kaylen Silverberg from Texas Fertility Center, to help us dispel some common myths. 1. It’s easy for most women to get pregnant. 2. Infertility is a woman’s issue. 3. Age
Austin fertility specialist, Natalie Burger, M.D. speaks to KVUE reporter Rebeca Trejo about a hormone test that may help women who have trouble getting pregnant.