Category: Advanced Maternal Age
By Bradley Trivax, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
Deciding between a fresh donor egg cycle and a frozen egg cycle is a very personal and individualized decision. Overall, one is not better than the other. It simply depends on one’s circumstances and particular needs. The important fact to remember is that the process of egg freezing h...
Are you losing one egg a month or millions? What's important for women in their late thirties and beyond to know about their pregnancy potential?
Sandy Goodman, M.D., of Reproductive Medicine Group, Tampa, discusses everything from weight to current recommendations for treatment options in this short video, The (Slightly) Older Woman's Guide to Getting Pregnant.
Carla M. DiGirolamo, M.D., Ph.D. of RSC of New England discusses how to anticipate fertility issues down the road in this video, sponsored by Attain Fertility Centers. To view other educational Path2Parenthood videos, check out our YouTube Library.
Some women anticipate pregnancy will not come easily. A history of irregular periods, endometriosis, or the ticking of the biological clock give early indication that seeking out the support of a fertility specialist makes sense sooner rather than later.
Most women however, are surprised when conception does not happen quickly. Months may tick by and finally, the support of...
For the past five years I had a sense that something was different about my experience with having and raising young children. I'd talk about my age a lot, much more than any time in my life. Was that unusual? Many women stop talking about their age after 30, 35 and certainly by 40.
Why did I feel the need to blurt out...