Fertility

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...

We are excited to see this new study just published in Fertility and Sterility that there is no proof in the rumor that having Covid-19 immunization or a prior infection causes fertility problems. This study is critical because vaccine hesitancy in reproductive-aged women is concerning and...

The team at Virginia Fertility & IVF is excited to share our new fertility center with you! Our office is located at 4100 Olympia Circle, Suite 201 in Charlottesville, VA. We think you'll love it as much as we do! Waiting Room Reception Ultrasound Recovery If you would like to schedule an...

Lifestyle changes can have a marked effect on reproductive health, including positive turnarounds for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). If you are one of the 10% of women in the United States living with PCOS, speak to your physician about these natural ways to...

Question: What’s the best time to have sex to get pregnant? A) As frequently as possible B) The day you ovulate C) A couple of times in the days leading up to ovulation D) C & A Answer: D If you are healthy with no indication...

The legalization of marijuana, or cannabis, in multiple states, combined with the rise of THC-centered vaping and “health-related” products, makes it feel like cannabis products are perfectly safe. While topical use to reduce muscle pain may be acceptable, we recommend abstaining from ingesting or inhaling cannabis...

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