Priming Your Body for Pregnancy
There’s never a more perfect time to work on your health than right now. Focusing on healthy habits …
March 27, 2023Read More
Single Motherhood by Choice: How to Choose a Sperm Donor and Fertility Treatment Option
Single motherhood by choice provides a powerful option for family building. The ability to choose …
March 20, 2023Read More
Gestational Carrier vs. Traditional Surrogate: Is There a Difference?
The Child-Parent Security Act took effect on February 15th, 2021, making compensated gestational …
March 13, 2023Read More
What is Endometriosis?
Endometriosis affects an estimated 190 million women worldwide, approximately 10% of all women, during their reproductive years. Despite the statistical significance of this disease, endometriosis often goes unrecognized due to other conditions displaying similar symptoms and a definitive diagnosis can only be obtained through surgical intervention.
March 3, 2023Read More
Ways to Keep your Cervix Healthy
Each year, more than 11,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer. It is …
January 30, 2023Read More
The Thyroid and Fertility: How They are Linked
So you recently went for a checkup with your doctor and they prescribed you thyroid medication but …
January 23, 2023
Seasonal Affective Disorder
What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a specific type of …
December 21, 2022Read More
Genetic Causes of Infertility
Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after twelve months of unprotected intercourse …
November 28, 2022Read More
Common Men’s Health Myths Heard by a Urologist
November is National Men's Health Awareness Month and aims to encourage men to take charge of their overall health by implemeting health living decisions.
November 7, 2022Read More
RMA of New York Presents Ground-Breaking Research at ASRM 2022
RMA of New York leads the way with innovative genomics and artificial intelligence research to improve patient care and IVF success rates
November 3, 2022Read More