mcrm fertility

Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma in Treatment of Thin Endometrium

March 24, 2021

Successful implantation requires a high-quality embryo and sufficient receptive endometrial growth. During implantation, the human endometrium goes through extraordinary changes that are crucial for endometrial and embryonic development. Because of this, it has been essential for clinicians to be sure that the endometrial thickness (ET) and embryo quality are measured or treated in case of…

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COVID Vaccination in Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women

February 25, 2021

For pregnant and lactating women, the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine have been a hot topic. The difficulty before now has been that the vaccine studies did not include pregnant or breastfeeding women. Now, more than 10,000 pregnant women have been vaccinated without red flags, providing a clearer view and allowing recommendations to…

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Nutrition and Female Fertility

January 19, 2021

Infertility affects an estimated 15.5% of reproductive-age women in the U.S. Although human fecundity, or the ability to produce a baby, is challenging to determine precisely, developing scientific efforts are focusing on modifiable factors like lifestyle and diet. The notion that dietary shifts may boost fertility appears to be promising.  Micronutrients Folic Acid: Folate is crucial…

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Overcoming Male Infertility

February 20, 2020

Male infertility is a very common problem. Some level of male factor is involved with probably 60% or more of in vitro fertilization cases that we see here at MCRM Fertility.  Sperm quantitative (count and concentration) and qualitative factors (morphology and DNA Fragmentation) are often at play.  The basic/traditional semen analysis that is usually done…

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Does Vitamin and Mineral Supplementation Improve Male Fertility?

January 11, 2020

An estimated 48.5 million couples suffer from infertility worldwide, suggesting that 15% of couples are affected. With the proposition that 20-70% of fertility issues stem from the male, more and more focus has gone into examining possible remedies.   Poor or reduced sperm quality is one of the roots of male infertility. When assessing sperm quality,…

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Redefining Infertility and Insurance Coverage

October 11, 2019

Insufficient coverage by insurance companies for fertility treatment is a distressing fact that perpetuates gender inequalities. In the U.S., only 15 states have laws requiring coverage, although an estimated 10 percent of women (over 6 million) of childbearing age struggle to get or stay pregnant. Progress is underway, but there is much more work to…

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Morbid and DNA Fragmented Sperm Depletion Nanoparticles

September 3, 2019

Nano-sized crystals form super-paramagnetic particles coated with glycoproteins.  The particles are highly effective at depleting morbid/DNA fragmented spermatozoa prior to Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) and in vitrofertilization (IVF). Applications Male factor with high DFI undergoing ICSI or IVF. Male factor with high DFI undergoing IUI.  Recurrent miscarriage that can be attributed to male factor. …

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Declining Sperm Counts

September 3, 2019

A recent study  dubbed an urgent wake-up call has identified an area of great concern for researchers and health authorities.  According to research at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine in Jerusalem, sperm counts have dropped by more than 50% over the last 40 years in men from New Zealand,…

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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…

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Get a Healthy Jolt From Your Java!

June 3, 2019

Do you love that first cup of coffee in the morning?  What if you could indulge, guilt-free on your refills too?  Research shows that a safe amount of caffeine for a healthy adult is up to four 8 ounce cups of coffee per day.  In fact, there are several health benefits to your consumption.  Of…

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