7/14/17 | Lisa A. Hasty, MD
If you have been trying to conceive for one year and have not been successful, and the female partner is under the age of 35, it is time to seek care with a reproductive endocrinologist. If you have been trying to conceive unsuccessfully for 6 months and the female partner is between the ages of 35-39, it’s also advisable to seek the care of a reproductive endocrinologist.
7/7/17 | Jim Toner, MD, PhD
IVF is short for In Vitro Fertilization. IVF has been around for almost 40 years now, and some 6 million people were conceived this way. It is the most successful and efficient way to achieve a pregnancy when all else has failed. It was initially designed for women with damaged tubes, but has now been used for many types of infertility. IVF involves the removal of eggs from the ovary, which are then fertilized in the lab, with the resulting embryos being placed in the uterine cavity.
6/30/17 | ACRM
Based on peer review, Atlanta Magazine is recognizing Dr. Lisa Hasty and Dr. Robin Fogle of Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine for outstanding pregnancy rates and expertise in Reproductive Endocrinology.
6/26/17 | ACRM
Considering egg freezing? Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM), Atlanta’s leading fertility practice, is holding an informational event where women can learn how to proactively plan for future families with egg freezing.