Blog Posts Tagged Coastal Fertility

  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and An Opportunity to Discuss Fertility Preservation

    When a person is facing a new cancer diagnosis, having children may not seem like a top priority.  However, an important part of the treatment plan includes evaluating how this cancer treatment can potentially affect other aspects of life including fertility.

  • How to Manage PCOS

    September is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness Month and its goal is to empower women with PCOS to prioritize their health and open doors to get their questions answered.

  • Vitamin D Deficiency and PCOS

    Many women who struggle with infertility have an underlying condition called PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). Studies now show that women who have PCOS may also have low levels of vitamin D, a crucial component needed to conceive. In this month’s blog, Dr. Jessica McLaughlin discusses these studies along with the connection between vitamin D and pregnancy.

  • Why Your Fertility is Safe in Our Hands

    Today I wanted to take some time to share a little about Coastal Fertility Specialist and tell you why we do what we do. Coastal Fertility Specialists is a physician owned and operated fertility practice. Early on in developing Coastal Fertility Specialists it was clear to us that the diagnosis of infertility and the desire for a family is a tremendous stress to a couple. In fact, several studies…

  • How to Keep Your Fertility Treatments on Track When Traveling for the Holidays

    The holidays are here and many of you will be traveling during a cycle in which case, planning is key. It’s important to check with your nurse if you are going to need monitoring, additional medications or your trigger shot during your trip. All of these things can be arranged as long as you plan ahead before you leave.

  • National Infertility Awareness Week: Honoring Those Suffering With Infertility

    Coastal Fertility Specialists honors our infertility patients during National Infertility Awareness Week 2019. In this month’s blog, we focus on the debilitating disease called infertility and all those who are affected by it.

  • Personhood Bill Defeated…..for the Moment

    The spring 2018 Senate session of our state Legislature ended without this year’s version of the Personhood Bill coming to a vote in the full Senate. But it was a battle. And the battle is not over. Nor will it likely be anytime soon.