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In order to analyze the sperm, a sperm analysis can be done several times to ensure accuracy of the test results. If there is a reproductive issue with the male, time is a dependent factor on prospective treatment for the couple, explains Dr. Seth Levrant who participates in the clinic Partners in Reproductive Health in Munster, IN and Tinley Park, IL.

Dr. Richard Paulson, a fertility doctor with USC Fertility in Los Angeles explains how the hormones estrogen and progesterone can prepare the uterine lining for implantation of an embryo, even in women who have had ovarian failure or in menopause.

UCSF's Dr. Evelyn Mok-Lin discusses the role of egg freezing today.

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Helping a Family through Egg Donation: An Egg Donor Shares Her Story

WJBF.com,  May 31, 2012

Some women, due to age or physical reasons, cannot produce their own viable eggs. But today, through donor eggs and in vitro fertilization (IVF), these women can still carry and give birth to a child. Amanda (not her real name) is a 27-year-old Georgia woman who chose to become an egg donor after watching friends and family go through the sorrow of infertility. “A friend of mine went through IVF treatment three times,” Amanda says. “And my aunt was never able to have children of her own. I saw the effect that this had on them.”

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Can High FSH Be Lowered?

FSH levels vary throughout the menstrual cycle. A high FSH level on day 3 of the cycle can empower you and your fertility doctor with information, and help guide a treatment plan. Dr. Pavna Brahma, an Atlanta fertility doctor with Reproductive Biology Associates, explains.

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Atlanta Fertility Doctor, Fertility Clinic: How to Find One

Is it time for you to find an Atlanta fertility doctor or see which Atlanta fertility clinic makes you feel most comfortable? It probably is if you are over 35 and have been trying to conceive for six months or more — or under 35 and have been trying for a year or more.

Should You Just Keep Trying if You're Not Getting Pregnant?

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Try, try again. Does that apply when you're having trouble getting pregnant? Maybe.

You've heard it quite a bit. If you're under 35 and haven't been successful getting pregnant after trying for one year, go see a fertility doctor. The same goes for if you're over 35 and haven't been successful after trying for six months.

But now an Australian study has raised questions around that conventional wisdom. The study, published in Fertility and Sterility, found that one in four women with a history of infertility can still end up having a baby without fertility treatment.

IVF Luteal Down Regulation Protocol

There are three main IVF protocols used. In part one of this three-part series, Dr. Daniel Shapiro, an Atlanta Fertility Doctor with Reproductive Biology Associates, explains the Luteal Down Regulation Protocol.

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IVF Study: Three Embryos Is Too Many

Two may be better than one for older mothers

Women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) who receive three or more embryos have no better odds than those how received two, according to a new study published in the journal Lancet. In addition, there is a greater chance of multiple births, which create more risk for the mother and for the child(ren).

The researchers also say the decision to transfer one or two embryos should be based on prognostic indicators, such as age, and they recommend that fertility doctors seeing a new couple with infertility should move older women to IVF sooner rather than later.

Egg Donor Helps Family Beat Infertility

ABC News Channel 6,  Nov 23, 2011

Empty Follicle Syndrome (EFS) is a rare-occurring condition where no eggs are retrieved during an IVF procedure, despite the ovaries having many potential follicles. Out of all women diagnosed with infertility, only a fraction will not be able to conceive using their own eggs. Having EFS meant Holly was part of that small percentage. Holly and her husband Ryan contacted an egg donation agency and began their search for “the one.” After sorting through numerous candidates, Holly and Ryan chose the donor they call “Angel.”

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Georgia 'Personhood' Bill In Works

GPB News,  Nov 17, 2011

wo Georgia lawmakers are considering legislation similar to the "personhood" referendum rejected by voters in Mississippi earlier this month. Sen. Barry Loudermilk, R-Cassville, and Rep. Rick Crawford, D-Cedartown, have both supported similar legislation previously declaring that life begins at fertilization and seeking to ban abortion.

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