Fertility

At present, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and the use of embryos in Virginia is not impacted by the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe vs. Wade. Nothing has changed at present. Unless Virginia legislators pass a future law to designate embryos as “persons”, then IVF...

Your age is one of the most critical fertility factors. Regardless of advances in fertility research and treatments, maternal age directly impacts a woman’s chances of getting pregnant - whether at home with timed intercourse or with support from a fertility center. 5 Ways Maternal Age...

With infertility affecting at least 12% of the population, there’s no need to keep it behind closed doors. The annual National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) movement, hosted by RESOLVE, spreads the word about the prevalence of infertility. Their work emphasizes how important it is for...

Life gets pretty intense in the wake of an infertility diagnosis. In addition to fielding the reality that your worst fears were confirmed, you’re thrust into a clinical regime of stats, figures, data, testing, results, and a calendar full of appointments - which doesn’t always...

Virginia Fertility & IVF has partnered with the Mother Tree Wellness Group to bring our community a fertility support group where women can stay connected  as you each navigate your own fertility journeys. Come for support and connection and offer your insights and wisdom during...

Is this the year you planning to have a baby? If so, we recommend taking a few steps to optimize your fertility chances as much as possible. Fertility Focus: Schedule a Preconception Appointment While most women know they should observe annual wellness visits, including a woman’s wellness...

As third-party reproduction options opened the doors for LGBTQ+ individuals and couples, those same doors opened for single men who desire a path to parenthood. While fostering and adopting are always options, many men prefer to have a baby that is genetically related to them. Also,...

The holiday season is also travel season, and that means fertility patients should do some extra prep work. Travel delays, being away from home, and potential flight cancelations mean you need to be prepared to protect the integrity of fertility medications and your med dosing schedule. 5...

5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Fertility Specialist These are the things that make the difference when it comes to getting the personalized fertility treatment you are looking for. 1. Length of time the center (and physicians) has been in business Longevity matters because it is a...

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