I’m kinda afraid to admit this out loud. I haven’t even told most of my family I did it.
If you're an LGBTQ person who wants to have a child by pregnancy, you're far from alone. However, you may not be aware of the scope of possibilities or where to start when seeking fertility services.
In the latest episode of the popular “40+ Fitness” podcast, host Allan speaks with our own Hillary Wright, Director of Nutrition Counseling for the Domar Center for Mind/Body Health at Boston IVF, about the newest edition of her book, The PCOS Diet Plan: A Natural Approach to Health for Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
If you’re like most women in this country, you use some form of contraception. But whether that’s the pill or an IUD, we’re guessing you might not know *exactly* what's going on in your body while it’s working.
New local magazine "Boston Voyager" says "we respect people and organizations that take the path less traveled." Their mission is to "build a platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and entrepreneurs, local institutions, and those that make our city interesting."
Whether it's your annual physical, a dentist appointment, or an appointment with a fertility specialist, transparency and honesty on the part of both the doctor and the patient are essential for a productive visit and for your health. "Your doctor needs to know the honest truth about everything."
16 letters from Boston IVF patients were published in The Boston Globe's Salute to Nurses section!
We already know that infertility often corresponds with sky-high levels of stress.