Fertility Blog

Dr. Brooke Rossi featured in The Columbus Dispatch

Insurance coverage for IVF both compassionate and cost-effective Dr. Brook Rossi’s recent article was featured in The Columbus Dispatch. “April 21-27 is National Infertility Awareness Week. As a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist, I would like to call attention to the financial struggles this prevalent condition presents. Although not often discussed, infertility affects 1 in… read more


Lifestyle Changes to Increase Fertility

It’s the time of year for healthy resolutions.  Often, our patients ask, “is there anything I can do to make myself healthier, and increase the chance that I will have a baby?”  This post describes some of the recent recommendations from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists…. read more


Dr. Brooke Rossi In The Media – Jana Kramer Got Pregnant After a Failed Round of IVF – Twice

Dr. Brooke Rossi providers her expert input for Self Magazine’s recent article titled, ‘Jana Kramer Got Pregnant After a Failed Round of IVF – Twice‘ Going through in vitro fertilization (IVF) is an emotional experience—and it’s even more difficult when you don’t get the results you were hoping for. Sometimes, though, there’s still a chance… read more


What is preimplantation genetic testing?

Depending on a woman’s age, the chance of getting pregnant with an IVF may be about 40%. Why isn’t it higher? Well, we think that the most likely reason women don’t get pregnant with IVF is that the embryo is not genetically normal, or it does not have the right number of chromosomes (this is… read more


“Freeze All” Embryo Freezing

Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET) As the temperature drops, it reminds us to post about one of the issues many of our patients have questions about—frozen embryo transfers (FET). Specifically, we’re discussing “freeze-all” cycles. A frozen embryo transfer means going through an IVF cycle and creating embryos, but holding the transfer of any of the embryos… read more


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