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Talking about infertility with your friends and family

By: Center for Reproductive Health | July 18th, 2018 | Tags:

An estimated one in every eight American couples struggles to conceive. If you are one of these couples, you know that it can be an emotional and sometimes isolated journey. At Center for Reproductive Health, we encourage patients to find people (friends, family, other couples, counselors) to talk to and share their feelings with. Our team wants to help you start the conversation about infertility with your selected community. We’ve seen celebrities and bloggers speak out their TTC struggles, but there is still a stigma surrounding the topic of infertility, making it difficult to have a productive, two-way conversation. Ideally, you will feel loved and supported before, during and after any conversation about […]

Now Seeing New Patients in Tri-Cities

By: Center for Reproductive Health | June 11th, 2018 | Tags:

The team at Center for Reproductive Health is excited to announce that Dr. Edwin Robins is now seeing new patients in the Tri-Cities! Men and women from around the country have started their families at Center for Reproductive Health in Spokane, but we understand that traveling for an appointment can be difficult. We are partnering with local physicians in Richland, Washington to bring the fertility experts to you. The next date available for Richland appointments is September 10, 2018. That day, Dr. Robins will be seeing new patients inside the Columbia Shores OBGYN building: 138 Keene Rd, Richland, WA 99352 New patient consultations are free of charge. To schedule an appointment, call (509) […]

Thinking about IVF?

By: zburt | May 27th, 2018 | Tags:

Depending on a couple’s response to traditional fertility treatments and other health factors, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) may be the best option for a successful pregnancy. IVF treatments are highly technological and complex. Each person’s experience and treatment will vary, but there are some common things for all couples to consider before starting IVF treatment. The Center for Reproductive Health team provides couples with several strategies that help couples prepare for IVF treatment: Become informed about fertility treatments and the process. Be realistic about your expectations during IVF treatments. Study success rates and understand that each IVF cycle contributes valuable information that can be of assistance in subsequent cycles. Make decisions ahead of time. […]

Fertility Treatment Q&A with Dr. Robins

By: Tamara Dower | April 30th, 2018 | Tags:

Dr. Edwin Robins, Center for Reproductive Health’s Medical Director and Board Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist answers your top questions about fertility treatment. Q: What types of medications are available to treat infertility? There are a number of fertility issues that can be addressed with medication – in particular, irregular ovulation. Normally, the menstrual cycle has a two-week period when you are getting an egg ready, then ovulating the egg, then another two-week period of time when you are waiting for the next menses and you could potentially be pregnant during that time. If you don’t have a regular menstrual cycle, it is likely that ovulation is not occurring. There can be […]

Mental Health During Fertility Treatment

By: sdib | March 19th, 2018 | Tags:

Undergoing an infertility journey can take a toll on you physically and emotionally. In times of stress, it can be easy to forget about your mental health, but paying attention to your emotional well-being is crucial to helping you thrive throughout fertility treatment. Many aspects of infertility are outside of your control and the doctor’s control. This can lead to self-blame, feelings of ineffectiveness, and comparing yourself to everybody else. Negative thinking can lead to more stress and magnify unfavorable circumstances. Anxiety is another common mental health issue experienced by those facing fertility challenges. Center for Reproductive Health patients have shared their anxieties about whether or not treatment will work, a lot […]

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