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PCOS Awareness Month

What should you know about PCOS Awareness Month?

As September is PCOS Awareness Month, our Indiana fertility center wants to help women learn more about this common disorder. PCOS, or polycystic ovary syndrome, is a metabolic disorder that results from an imbalance of reproductive hormones. It affects millions of women. The condition can result in a range of uncomfortable symptoms,

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Tips For Giving Fertility Injections

Essential tips for giving fertility injections

Hopeful mothers and egg donors at our Indianapolis fertility center often request tips for giving fertility injections. The thought of these injections is daunting to some, but with the right guidance, they can be easily administered.

Tips to prepare for fertility injections

Everything from IVF to an egg donation cycle requires fertility injections.

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The Difference Between an OB/GYN and Fertility Doctor

Discover the difference between an OB/GYN and fertility doctor

Midwest Fertility Specialists (MFS) often helps hopeful parents curious about the difference between an OB/GYN and fertility doctor. Put simply, an OB/GYN is an obstetrician and gynecologist, while a fertility doctor is a reproductive endocrinologist. But the big question is, who can offer the best support when you’re trying to become pregnant?

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Find Tips for Coping With Father’s Day and Infertility

Father’s Day and infertility can be emotional for hopeful dads

Many people think that infertility only affects women, but the team at Midwest Fertility Specialists (MFS) knows this isn’t true. Just like both women and men can have infertility, both genders can experience strong emotions about it. Nowhere is this more noticeable than when our Indiana fertility clinic team thinks about Father’s Day and infertility.

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What is a telemedicine appointment like?

What is a telemedicine appointment like?

You may not realize that it’s not always necessary to meet with your fertility doctor in person. However, because telemedicine is a relatively new option, you may be asking, “What is a telemedicine appointment like?” and “How does telemedicine work?”

If you need Indiana telemedicine fertility care,

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The Advantages of Telemedicine

Learn about the advantages of telemedicine in fertility care

For people who need fertility treatment, timing is critical. The advantages of telemedicine make it possible for fertility patients to move forward toward their goals, regardless of any outside factors that may limit access to an in-office visit.

Because so many people have computers and mobile devices,

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National Infertility Awareness Week 2020 – Understanding Your Fertility

National Infertility Awareness Week 2020 is bringing infertility into the light

Midwest Fertility Specialists (MFS) believes that understanding your fertility is the first step to take control of it. Our Indiana fertility doctors are using National Infertility Awareness Week 2020 (NIAW) as an opportunity to raise awareness and provide education. We’ve compiled an overview of NIAW and some fast fertility facts.

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Coronavirus and Fertility – What You Need to Know

Learn the facts about the coronavirus and fertility

There’s no doubt that the coronavirus is a hot topic right now. All the information can be overwhelming, and some of it is conflicting, which is enough to stress out anyone. Midwest Fertility Specialists (MFS) wants to put your mind at ease. Our Indiana fertility doctors have been carefully monitoring this situation.

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Improving Male Fertility

Simple steps to help sperm quantity and quality

Male infertility is often associated with decreased quality or quantity of sperm. Researchers estimate that at least one in every three cases of reproductive trouble is due to infertility in the man alone.

The good news is that there are many ways to boost male fertility,

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