Fertility Blog


Why Recognize National Infertility Awareness Week?

Why do we recognize National Infertility Awareness Week® (NIAW)? It is a movement that began in 1989 with the goal to raise awareness about the disease of infertility and encourage the public to understand their reproductive health.

Dr.Joe Massey, Servy Massey Fertility Institute

Information About a Threatened Miscarriage

By Dr. Joe Massey – Approximately half of women who experience instances of bleeding and cramping during early pregnancy result in a loss of pregnancy. Learn more about the potential danger signs related to a threatened miscarriage.

Dr.Joe Massey, Servy Massey Fertility Institute

Picking an Ideal Egg Donor

By Dr. Joe Massey – Prospective egg donors undergo extensive testing processes designed to screen prospective donors based on physical and psychological conditions. Learn more about factors to consider when choosing the ideal egg donor.

Dr.Joe Massey, Servy Massey Fertility Institute

Disease Testing

By Dr. Joe Massey – If a person has a mutation that matches a mutation in a partner, there’s a risk that they would have a child with a severe disease. Using technology, many of the most common of these can be detected.

Dr.Joe Massey, Servy Massey Fertility Institute

Insurance Companies Could Help Avoid Twin Risk

By Dr. Joe Massy – Insurance companies covering cryopreservation and thawing would be a giant step towards helping some of their insured patients make sound choices in IVF treatment programs.