Tag: Alan Copperman
The Genomic Revolution Changing the Face of Infertility
Since ancient times there has been a fascination with infertility. The “genomic revolution” in …
March 29, 2018Read More
6 signs that mean you could be having a miscarriage
Miscarriages, though not often discussed, are more common than most realize.
March 14, 2018Read More
What is a “normal” period? 5 signs your flow is totally healthy, according to doctors
If you’ve ever sat down with your friends to complain about your period, you already know that everyone has a completely different experience. Some women have their period for days and days, while others are finished with the whole matter in under 72 hours. There are light flows, heavy flows, and flows that relegate you to bed for the duration of your menstrual cycle. So with all this variation, what is a normal period, if any such thing exists?
March 14, 2018Read More
5 scary things that can happen to your baby if you smoke while pregnant
Smoking is an addictive habit that can make quitting pretty difficult. The good news is, research has found women typically quit smoking when they become pregnant. However, a new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week found that one in 14 women still smokes while pregnant. Unfortunately, the baby is likely to experience major health issues because of it.
March 10, 2018Read More
How Is IUI Done? Here’s The Step-By-Step Of What To Expect
As young women, we are often told that we can do anything we want to do as long as we try our hardest, but when it comes to getting pregnant, that's just not how it works. Luckily, for women who struggle with getting pregnant naturally, science has stepped up and there are many ways for you to get a little (or big) boost in the process. Often the first go-to is artificial insemination, which is also called intrauterine insemination (IUI). How Is IUI done? Some may picture a doctor inserting sperm with a turkey baster, but that's not quite right.
January 12, 2018Read More
Embryo aneuploidy is not impacted by selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor exposure
Authors: Carlos Hernandez-Nieto, Joseph Lee, Taraneh Nazem, Dmitry Gounko, Alan Copperman, Benjamin Sandler
December 12, 2017Read More
Prepper fertility: Family planning takes on a whole new meaning
Thanks to high tech advances, 28 is the new 38 when it comes to reproductive anxiety
December 6, 2017Read More
Are You More Likely To Get Pregnant The Longer You Try? Experts Weigh In
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. That'd how the adage goes, isn't it? But when having a baby is what you're trying for, does practice really make perfect? Many couples who are trying to conceive wonder if the length of time that passes actually improves their odds of having a baby, or whether it's just wasting days that could be spent pursuing other options. Are you more likely to get pregnant the longer you try? Or is that just wishful thinking?
November 11, 2017Read More
Can Aloe Vera Help You Get Pregnant?
Can Aloe Vera Help You Get Pregnant? A Fertility Expert Answers
September 21, 2017Read More
Alan Copperman, MD and Piraye Yurttas Beim, PhD, discuss Infertility & Genetics on Creating a Family radio show.
Does infertility have a genetic connection? Can you inherit infertility from your parents or pass it down to your kids? What types of infertility are genetic and what can you do to find out? Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support nonprofit, interviews Dr. Piraye Yurttas Beim andDr. Alan Copperman.
September 13, 2017Read More