Dr. Peter Ahlering

Declining sperm counts over the past decades

June 1, 2020

As this article, “Sperm Counts Continue to Fall,” in the Atlantic points out, sperm counts have been known to be declining for decades, since the early 70s. Studies have shown that between 1973 and 2011 there was a decrease of 60% or more in total sperm counts and a decrease of more than 50% in…

Read More

Forever grateful to Dr. Aubuchon and MCRM Fertility

April 21, 2020

After a year of fertility treatments with no success at another clinic, we were introduced to MCRM at an informational seminar. We were immediately put at ease by Dr Ahlering and Dr Aubuchon’s warm presence and extensive knowledge. It made us excited to start treatments again and renewed our hope. We found that we had…

Read More

Cramping Doesn’t Hurt IUI Chances

December 2, 2019

It is rather common for women to experience mild to moderate cramping after intrauterine insemination (IUI). More information is coming forward to support the probability that cramping does not decrease the chances of pregnancy at all. Based on an earlier study suggesting intravaginal prostaglandins were beneficial, a new study gave misoprostol to patients at the…

Read More

Advancing the Future of Fertility

November 22, 2019

Our own Dr. Peter Ahlering and Dr. Mira Aubuchon have recently contributed to a provocative new study assessing relationships between sperm capacitation and male fertility.  Prospectively predicting male fertility is a paradigm shift, and we’re committed not only to sharing the most current information available but engaging in it.  The accomplishments and expertise of our…

Read More
mcrm fertility tulsa in construction

MCRM FERTILITY OPENING NEW FERTILITY CARE CENTER IN TULSA, OKLAHOMA

August 14, 2019

Tulsa, OK, Wednesday, August 14, 2019 – MCRM Fertility, a leader in patient-centered fertility care, is pleased to announce it will be opening a new fertility care center in Tulsa, Oklahoma in November 2019. The center will be located at 4809 East 89th Street South, Suite 100, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137 The Centers for Disease Control…

Read More

Castle Connelly Top Doctors® 2019

August 7, 2019

Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., America’s trusted source identifying Top Doctors, has selected our own Dr. Peter Ahlering and Dr. Mira Aubuchon for inclusion in its highly selective list for 2019.  This list is published at www.castleconnolly.com, as well as in a wide variety of printed directories, partner publications and on partner/affiliate websites. All told, more…

Read More
Freezing eggs with the help of liquid nitrogren

EGG FREEZING FOR FERTILITY PRESERVATION

April 4, 2019

Recently there has been several media reports with attention being given to the concept of egg freezing for young people to preserve their fertility for the future.  However, there are some specific items that one needs to discuss with their doctor, such as, the pros and cons, associated costs, etc., and how to most cost…

Read More
Sperm under fluroscence microscopy

New Male Fertility ASSAY Proven to Predict Male Fertility

March 12, 2019

A new test to assess male fertility is now available at MCRM Fertility, Cap-Score™. MCRM Fertility is currently the only regional center in the Midwest to be able to offer this new, advanced analysis. Cap-Score™ provides better information allowing the physician and the couple to make better decisions together to increase the likelihood of the…

Read More

MCRM Fertility Becomes an ASRM Nursing Center of Excellence

December 10, 2018

Chesterfield, Missouri – Today, MCRM Fertility received certification of becoming an American Society of Reproductive Medicine Nursing Center of Excellence. MCRM Fertility is just the 52ndcenter on the globe to receive this certification and the first in Missouri. This elite certification assures patients and physicians that the registered nurses and/or nurse practitioners at MCRM Fertility…

Read More
Endometrial Receptivity Array logo

Implantation Failure and The Endometrial Receptivity ERA: Important Points To Know

July 12, 2018

For several decades we in the reproductive medical field have been trying to identify reasons that apparently normal embryos fail to implant. That is once transferred in the context of in vitro fertilization (IVF), the embryo fails to result in a positive pregnancy test.  Certainly, we know that certain uterine abnormalities can contribute to the…

Read More