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Once you get pregnant, it’s time to gradually transition from your fertility care provider to the OB/GYN of your choosing. Prenatal care begins at about the six-week point, and the sooner you meet with your OB, the sooner you can learn more about their labor...

Stress is nobody’s friend, taking its toll on physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Patients pursuing fertility treatments are at especially high risk of experiencing higher-than-normal stress levels due to their structured treatment schedules and the ups and downs of the infertility journey. 5 Apps Worth Trying...

If you find yourself at Virginia Fertility & IVF, you’re in luck! Charlottesville, VA, is an ideal travel destination for individuals and couples. Our region of the U.S. offers everything you could want, from its rich history and diverse culture to vivid natural beauty. Visiting Charlottesville...

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a commitment, and patients form a close relationship with both their fertility physician and the center’s staff. Whether IVF is the last stop on your fertility treatment journey or you’re starting there due to your infertility diagnosis, your initial IVF...

Living a healthy lifestyle is a critical component of fertility, including your sleep habits. Questions about why we need sleep and what happens while we sleep remained largely unanswered until the last several decades. All we could do was theorize. Today, innovations in brain imaging and...

Is this the year you’re trying to get pregnant? Or have you recently found out you're pregnant after months or years of fertility treatments? Congratulations. This is an exciting time. Every aspect of your body’s wellbeing - including diet, exercise, and sleep - impacts fertility. The...

Virginia Fertility & IVF is a world-class fertility center just a short distance from Roanoke, VA and well worth the drive. *Ask about special discounts for patients visiting us from the Roanoke Valley. Serving Roanoke for over 30 years Virginia Fertility & IVF is proud of our standing...

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...

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