Fertility Blog

Coronavirus Announcement & Updates

UPDATE: 4/1/20. Scheduled your Virtual Visit today. Request a virtual visit Temporary business hours as a result of COVID-19 response: Beginning 3/23/20 Monday – Friday: 9am – 3pm Stay current with our leading industry associations’ guidance pertaining to COVID-19: ASRM – https://www.asrm.org/Patient-Mgmt-COVID-19 SART – https://www.sart.org/patients/covid-19-alert-for-patients/ Dear Patient, In light of the recommendations of the Department of Health,… read more


A bittersweet announcement – Dr. Steven Williams is retiring.

As a member of the Ohio Reproductive Medicine’s team since 1987, Dr. Steven Williams has been foundational to the care we’ve been able to provide to more than 10,000 families. Dr. Williams unique talent illustrated by his award-winning research combined with his compassionate approach to care, was an inspiration to our entire team. We’re fortunate… read more


The Struggle is Real – Infertility 5K Run

Ohio Reproductive Medicine is proud to sponsor The Struggle is Real Infertility Run. The 5K Run / Walk was created to raise awareness and monies for those struggling with infertility. Monies raised will go to families struggling with infertility to help afford infertility treatment. Come participate alongside our very own Dr. Brooke Rossi who will be running… read more


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


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