ASRM and its affiliated society SART have made several videos to explain the sometimes difficult topics related to reproductive medicine.
Dr. Roger Lobo of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine discusses the various methods to evaluate infertility.
It is important to know Intrauterine insemination (IUI) or In vitro fertilization (IVF) can both be successful at helping grow your family.
Donor eggs can help many patients with infertility to conceive successfully. This SART micro-video will briefly review the options of using fresh and frozen donor eggs.
When a person is facing a cancer diagnosis and treatment, having children later in life may seem like a low priority. However, an important part of cancer treatment is to carefully evaluate each
Many IVF patients have heard or read about the differences between fresh and frozen embryo transfers. The goal of this SART micro-video is to explain to explain fresh and frozen embryo transfer.
This video series was created to provide information to patients on genetics and genetic testing in conjunction with infertility and in vitro fertilization treatment.
Infertility is the result of a disease (an interruption, cessation, or disorder of body functions, systems, or organs) of the male or female reproductive tract which prevents the conception of a
Male Factor Infertility is responsible for about 30% of infertility cases and can contribute infertility to an additional 20% of cases.
This video will talk about menopause, including the changes you can expect and the treatments for symptoms that are available.
Multiple Pregnancy is a pregnancy that includes more than one fetus and is much more common today than in the past. As attractive and efficient as a multiple pregnancy may sound, there can be
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