Our Kansas fertility doctor believes PGS can increase IVF success rates
If you are suffering from the heartbreak that accompanies failed IVF cycles, recurrent pregnancy loss and unexplained infertility, preconception genetic screening (PGS) may provide you with the hope, help and answers you are looking for to start or add to your family.
PGS is a form of genetic testing that identifies chromosomal abnormalities in an embryo during a critical part of the IVF cycle.
The old saying — eat like a prince at breakfast and a pauper at dinner — may apply to those trying to get pregnant.
A new study out of Tel Aviv University found that, for women of a normal weight, consuming larger meals earlier in the day helped control PCOS.
Dr. Dan Gehlbach treats women with polycystic ovarian syndrome PCOS with a combination of drug therapy (Metformin) and wellness strategies.
Search “nutrition for fertility’ right now and you will likely come up with a plethora of theories on the correlation between food and fertility. Bookstores devote entire sections to diets, and your inbox probably has a special offer tempting you with an easy-fix claim.
Dr. Dan Gehlbach helps his fertility patients separate fact from fiction with nutritional counseling and nutritional plans that target male and female infertility related to ovulation dysfunction and sperm disorders.