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Getting Intentional about Third-Party Reproduction

Getting Intentional about Third-Party Reproduction

When you decide to pursue third-party reproduction as an alternative to childlessness or adoption, you solidify your intentions to become a parent. As an intended parent in Texas Fertility Center’s donor services program, you can achieve your dream of growing or starting your family through the use of donor eggs, donor sperm, and/or gestational surrogacy.

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Gestational Surrogacy

Gestational Surrogacy

For women and couples who are unable to conceive due to an irregular or absent uterus – or if other fertility treatments have failed – gestational surrogacy may allow them to grow the family of their dreams. Gestational surrogacy (a.k.a. gestational carriage) is the scenario in which the woman carrying the pregnancy is not genetically related to the child and this is legal in the state of Texas.

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Dr. Burger Shares That “DHEA May Hold New Promise for Diminished Ovarian Reserve”

Dr. Burger Shares That “DHEA May Hold New Promise for Diminished Ovarian Reserve”

We are really excited about our recent press release and what it may mean to our patients  “DHEA May Hold New Promise for Diminished Ovarian Reserve” — Natural Hormone Produced 6 Fold Increase in IVF Success Rate –! 

“We are excited that a relatively inexpensive option such as DHEA has the potential to help our patients conceive,” Dr.

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Preserve and Repair with Fertility Surgery

Preserve and Repair with Fertility Surgery

With the precision of an Olympian, you’ve synchronized lovemaking to coincide with ovulation. Still no plus sign on the pregnancy test after six to 12 months? It may be time to consult with Texas Fertility Center to explore either non-invasive or minimally invasive surgical options for overcoming infertility.

While most couples will not need fertility surgery,

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Surgical Evaluation of Infertility

Surgical Evaluation of Infertility

Female infertility can be caused by multiple factors. Among the most common are ovulation disorders, fallopian tube disease, endometriosis, and uterine defects. While problems with ovulation are managed primarily with medications, the remaining conditions are most commonly diagnosed and treated with surgical intervention. Sonogram imaging of the uterus and ovaries may show conditions such as ovarian cysts or uterine fibroids (benign muscle tumors) that can compromise fertility.

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Next Step: Surgery

Next Step: Surgery

After completing your fertility evaluation, your physician may recommend surgery as a next step.

Surgery can be an excellent way to diagnose and treat many gynecological problems such as: endometriosis, ovarian cysts, pelvic and/or intrauterine adhesions, uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps, fallopian tube disease and obstruction, and congenital abnormalities of the pelvic organs such as a uterine or vaginal septum.

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Hydrosalpinx and Infertility

Hydrosalpinx and Infertility

What is a hydrosalpinx?

Though it sounds like an exotic Egyptian relic, a hydrosalpinx is a swollen and blocked fallopian tube. Because the end of the fallopian tube is closed off by scar tissue, fluid abnormally collects, causing further swelling and dilation of the fallopian tube.

Hydrosalpinges usually occur as a result of previous pelvic infection.

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Why TFC? Advocacy and Legislative Lobbying, Charitable Foundation

Why TFC? Advocacy and Legislative Lobbying, Charitable Foundation

When a patient of mine recently moved to California, she asked me to refer her to a specialist who could continue her care.  Drs. Vaughn, Hansard, Burger, and I have each noticed that when we provide our patients with a couple of names, they frequently ask us why we chose those particular specialists over many others in the same area. 

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Why TFC? Medical Staff Leadership, Consulting with Industry

Why TFC? Medical Staff Leadership, Consulting with Industry

When a patient of mine recently moved to California, she asked me to refer her to a specialist who could continue her care.  Drs. Vaughn, Hansard, Burger, and I have each noticed that when we provide our patients with a couple of names, they frequently ask us why we chose those particular specialists over many others in the same area. 

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