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Egg Donation in Orlando: Learn Your Options

If you are between the age of 21 and 32 and living in or around Orlando, Florida you can help a woman who has egg quality issues complete her family. Recipients are generally older women who have diminished ovarian reserve and have not been able to conceive using their own eggs. As a prospective donor […]

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5 Misconceptions about Male Infertility

There is a lot of information and resources available online for females dealing with infertility, but what about those men who are struggling with infertility, or women who suspect their partner may need some help? Let’s get to the truth of male infertility. Misconception #1: male infertility does not exist – only women are infertile […]

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LATEST TRENDS IN INFERTILITY REPORT RELEASED

At Reproductive Medicine Associates of Florida (RMA-FL), we are known for innovative and evidence-based infertility care. Our Infertility Trends National Survey is designed to shine light on the vast gap between awareness about the advances for success and the economic filter that guides decision to seek treatment. The survey of more than 1,000 people revealed an emotional […]

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Dr. George Patounakis Featured on Parents.com

Sometimes bleeding occurs following an embryo transfer. Implantation bleed is often a sign of early pregnancy. The issue is that the blood is nearly indistinguishable from normal menstrual spotting. Dr. George Patounakis explains that, “there’s no way to tell the difference between intermenstrual bleeding and implantation bleeding just by looking.” Dr. Patounakis further explains that […]

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Is It Time to See a Fertility Specialist?

How long should you try to get pregnant before speaking with a fertility specialist?  Typically, women under age 35 should attempt pregnancy for about 1 year prior to scheduling an appointment with an infertility specialist. Women older than 35 should be evaluated after attempting pregnancy for 6 months without success. This is because a woman’s […]