Infertility treatment costs aren’t cheap, but assistance is available
Only Tampa Bay area infertility clinic to take part in “Serving Our Veterans” Program
TAMPA, Fla. – The Reproductive Medicine Group is pleased to announce that it has been selected to participate in the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s “Serving Our Veterans” program. The infertility clinic is the only clinic in the Tampa Bay region participating.
When you’re trying to have a baby, you do whatever you can to improve your chances of having a successful pregnancy. For couples struggling with unexplained infertility or recurrent pregnancy loss, newer studies suggest that chromosomal abnormalities in the egg, sperm or embryo may play a more significant role in preventing them from conceiving and carrying a healthy baby.
The Reproductive Medicine Group and Dr. Samuel Tarantino were recently featured on Tampa’s WTSP Action 10 News in a story which featured a family and their rare genetic disorder condition. By the use of Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) and also Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD), they were able to screen retrieved embryos and determine which ones carry the genetic disorder and have a healthy child. For the entire story and video, please click here to visit the WTSP Action 10 website.
When you’re yearning for a child, getting pregnant can’t come quickly enough. But for both men and women, there are a few steps to increase your ability to conceive.
According to a Harvard University study of 17,544 nurses without a history of infertility, making 5 or more diet and exercise lifestyle changes reduced the risk of infertility by 80-percent.
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