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What is Ovarian Reserve?

By Dr. Joe Massey, MD Ovarian Reserve Testing Ovarian reserve refers to the number and quality of eggs you have. Before initiating ovarian stimulation for IUI or IVF, your fertility specialist will want to predict the quantity of eggs your

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Back to School: Part 2 – The Basics of IVF

The backstory: a brief history lesson In vitro fertilization (IVF) as a fertility treatment in humans is possible only because scientists have studied natural processes in great depth. Using what they knew about animals systems, the pioneers in human reproduction

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Monitoring Cycles in IVF

By Dr. Joe Massey, MD You’ve had your new patient consult, been thoroughly evaluated, and made the decision to do in vitro fertilization (IVF). You’ve discussed your insurance and financial investment with your financial counselor at your IVF clinic. Your

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Unexplained Infertility

By Dr. Joe Massey, MD What is Unexplained Infertility? Unexplained infertility can be a very frustrating diagnosis to hear from your doctor. A diagnosis is considered “unexplained infertility” when a couple has been trying to conceive without success for six

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The Cost of IVF

By Dr. Joe Massey, MD For those who have been trying to conceive without success, in vitro fertilization (IVF) can be a miraculous treatment. There are a variety of other reasons people need to go through IVF, including special medical situations or

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Why Bundl Was Created

For the Bundl team, infertility is a personal issue. Each dedicated, compassionate founding member behind Bundl has directly experienced infertility, and the challenges and surprises (both good and bad) they’ve faced along the way are what lead to the creation

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Easy Ways to Support Your Body Through IVF

If you’re planning to start IVF soon, don’t wait until the treatment actually begins to start prepping and supporting your body for the big changes ahead. As you probably already know, IVF is no emotional or physical vacation. You’ll be

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