Pregnancy is Possible with Endometriosis
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by admin-digia
4M ago
Living with endometriosis comes with many challenges. Symptoms can be far-ranging and painful – and treatment can be complex. Beyond this, fertility can be a concern. Many women wonder: Can I have a baby naturally? If so, what are my chances? Do I need to explore reproductive technology options? The short answer is yes – you CAN become pregnant with endometriosis. This can be achieved through many different avenues. Let’s dive into this topic deeper.   What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a condition in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus. These ar ..read more
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Remembering Dr. Shannon Corbett
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by Patient Communications
1y ago
With heavy hearts we are remembering Dr. Shannon Corbett, who passed away unexpectedly earlier this month. We are thinking of her family, and all those whose lives she has touched so positively. Dr. Corbett was known for her kindness, compassion, and utmost commitment to her patients. She was an unwavering beacon of hope, expertise, and support through every patient’s care. In the words of a patient, “I was shocked and very saddened to learn of Dr. Corbett’s passing. Dr. Corbett exuded empathy and understanding while simultaneously presenting herself as the consummate medical professional she ..read more
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Enhancing Fertility: The Importance of Familiarizing Yourself with Your Body
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by leeroy
1y ago
Are you hoping to become a mother or are currently trying to conceive without success? At RCC clinics, we know that fertility concerns can be a source of stress for many individuals and couples. Here are some tips to help you better understand your body and increase your chances of getting pregnant. Track your ovulation cycle It’s essential to track your ovulation cycle and engage in sexual activity during this time for higher chances of conception, with a 20-30% probability of fertilization per cycle. To increase the likelihood of pregnancy, it’s recommended to have regular intercourse during ..read more
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Mindfulness Meditation: Another Way To Get Pregnant
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by leeroy
1y ago
In recent years, the practice of mindfulness meditation has gained popularity for its ability to reduce stress and increase overall well-being. However, what many people may not realize is that mindfulness meditation can also have a profound effect on the ability to conceive a child. Studies have shown that practicing mindfulness can improve fertility, both in women and men, by reducing stress and increasing relaxation. This article will discuss the power of mindfulness meditation for those trying to conceive a child. Mindfulness meditation to release stress and promote pregnancy First, it is ..read more
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How Can Endometriosis Affect Fertility ?
RCC Fertility Blog
by leeroy
1y ago
One-third to one-half of women with endometriosis have difficulty getting pregnant. Many people may have heard of endometriosis, but they are unaware of how this condition can have an effect on fertility. The Mayo Clinic describes endometriosis as, “an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes and the tissue lining your pelvis” (1). There are women who develop endometrial tissue in other areas of the body, but this is ..read more
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Information about using sperm donors
RCC Fertility Blog
by leeroy
1y ago
One subject of  great importance in fertility is using sperm donors. It allows many infertile or homosexual couples to fulfill their dream of having a family. In the case of proven male infertility, it is often an abnormality or a qualitative defect in the sperm that is at fault, and the use of sperm donation then becomes necessary. RCC clinics use sperm banks with many anonymous and voluntary donors to allow in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intrauterine insemination (IUI). As well, it is possible to do directed donation at RCC. In this article, we explain more in depth about sperm donors ..read more
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How to have a better fertility and sperm health?
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by leeroy
1y ago
Improve the sperm quantity, quality and mobility to have a better fertility. Male fertility is strongly related to sperm quantity, quality and mobility. By adopting effortless daily habits, you can improve the quality of your sperm and increase your chances of conception. In fact, sperm health, and therefore fertility, relies on a balanced diet and lifestyle, just as it does for women.    The development of healthy sperm through its quality and quantity. Have healthy meals Diet has a significant role to play in male fertility. If you are planning to have a child in the near future, i ..read more
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Fertility Preservation Following Cancer Treatments
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by leeroy
1y ago
Some treatments for cancer can damage the reproductive system and lead to problems with fertility. As a result, women may have trouble bringing a pregnancy to term, or even getting pregnant at all. When it comes to men, his pregnancy plan with his partner may face difficulty to succeed as well. Fertility specialists at RCC Fertility have identified the following clarifications to help inform patients on available guidance and solutions.  Repercussions of radiotherapy and chemotherapy on fertility Impacts on women:  With regard to radiotherapy, which is significant in gynaecological t ..read more
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In Vitro Fertilization: Understanding the different steps.
RCC Fertility Blog
by leeroy
1y ago
What is in vitro fertilization?  Artificial insemination is based on the very fact of depositing sperm in a woman’s uterus. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) goes beyond this procedure by fertilizing the woman’s egg with the man’s sperm outside the woman’s body. A child born as a result of IVF is commonly referred to as a “test-tube baby”. It is important to understand the different stages of IVF in order to better understand this fertility treatment.   The four stages of in vitro fertilization :    1- Stimulation of the ovaries  This treatment most frequently starts at the ..read more
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RCC joins The Fertility Partners
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by leeroy
1y ago
The news has just been announced, we are now part of The Fertility Partners (TFP) network of fertility clinics. The Reproductive Care Centre Mississauga is proud to join the network with Procrea Québec, Procrea Montreal, Procrea Gatineau, Procrea Vaughan, Procrea Newmarket and Heartland Fertility Winnipeg ! In order to know everything about this great announcement and the contribution that it represents for our teams, but also for our patients, find the press release by clicking here ! The post RCC joins The Fertility Partners appeared first on RCC Fertility ..read more
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