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Infertility Awareness Week

Renew your pregnancy strategies during Infertility Awareness Week

April represents a time for renewal, and spring is the perfect season for raising infertility awareness. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recognizes National Infertility Awareness Week, April 23-29, and Midwest Reproductive Center continues to promote awareness for the disease and educate legislators about the need to expand insurance benefits.

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Fertility Numbers

A review of important fertility numbers from our Kansas fertility center expert

With an estimated 1 in 8 couples struggling with infertility in this country, Dr. Dan Gehlbach understands the feelings of frustration and hopelessness our Kansas fertility center patients may experience. Dr. Gehlbach wants to arm patients with knowledge about infertility and treatment options so that they can move forward on the path to parenthood.

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Infertility and Romance

Valentine’s Day advice for rekindling your relationship during infertility treatment

Trying to conceive can be a challenge, physically and emotionally. When you are struggling to get pregnant, you can easily shift focus away from each other. For Valentine’s Day, Dr. Dan Gehlbach and the team at our Kansas fertility center want to remind patients to put infertility treatment on the back burner and reconnect with their partners.

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Optimize Your Natural Fertility

Planning a family in the New Year? 5 ways to optimize your natural fertility

Is trying to have a baby part of your plans for 2017? This year, and every year, our Kansas City fertility center doctor, Dr. Dan Gehlbach, resolves to provide his patients with the most useful fertility advice, including ways to optimize your natural fertility.

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Obesity and Infertility

Obesity and infertility are issues that men and women need to consider when trying to build their families

Obesity rates are increasing in the United States among men and women. Obesity is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) of 30.0 or higher. Obesity and infertility can go hand-in-hand, and fortunately, they are issues that you and your partner can control.

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Tubal Reversal

Pregnancy is not impossible after you have your tubes tied: Tubal reversal surgery can help restore your fertility

We know that life takes many twists and turns, and women who have had a tubal ligation for permanent birth control may decide that they want the opportunity to get pregnant after all. For many women, tubal reversal surgery may be the answer.

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Fertility Apps

Trying to get pregnant? Fertility apps may not be the answer says our Kansas City fertility specialist

Fertility apps have flooded the market in the last few years—there are currently almost 100 available. They seem like a good idea because we love our phones, so why not use technology to help predict the days when we are most fertile?

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Combining PGS with IVF provides hope

Eager to start your family? Our Kansas City fertility doctor explains how PGS with IVF may accelerate your pregnancy journey

“Before IVF embryo transfer, preimplantation genetic screening provides a very important tool to identify chromosomal abnormalities,” says our Kansas City fertility doctor and founder of Midwest Reproductive Center. Dr Dan Gehlbach is happy to provide this service to his patients,

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