Head Into the Holidays by Nurturing Yourself With Self-Care and Honoring the Emotional Impact of Infertility

During the holiday season, people normally feel a higher level of stress. But for couples struggling with infertility, this family and child-oriented time can be especially difficult. You may be grieving your own fertility losses or disappointments. The holidays are a time when families are typically celebrated and emotions can certainly run higher.  Social Media Exposure  Social media can assault... read more »

Intrauterine Insemination May Be the Right Choice to Help You Achieve Your Goals!

There are a variety of reasons a couple may find themselves struggling with infertility. No matter what the cause, not being able to conceive can leave you feeling anxious, uncertain and frustrated with your efforts of expanding your family. It can be taxing mentally, emotionally and even physically. The good news is, the fertility journey can continue, and there are... read more »

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. How to Find Relief.

September is PCOS Awareness Month, which stands for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. This disorder impacts more than 10 million women worldwide, and it is estimated that more than half don't even know they have it! PCOS is a condition that is caused by hormones in women who are in their childbearing years. In helping to bring attention to this disorder, we... read more »

The Power of Egg Donation:

Egg donation has become a heartfelt way to contribute to families going through infertility treatment. There are a variety of reasons an individual may need to use an egg donor and for this reason, Utah Fertility Center provides options. While egg donation can create immense hope and gratitude for a family who may have spent years prior trying to conceive,... read more »

Practical Solutions For Secondary Infertility

There are two kinds of infertility for women - primary and secondary. Primary infertility is when a woman can't get pregnant, after trying for a year without using contraception, or six months if she is over 35. Secondary infertility can arise in women if they have had one or more successful pregnancies but can't seem to get pregnant again. Utah... read more »

Celebrate Men’s Health & LGBTQ Gay Pride Month This June to Help You Reach Your Dream of Building a Family

In honor of June's National Men’s Health Month, Utah Fertility Center would like to share some ways you can take better care of yourself for better health and wellness (which boosts fertility). Many men are often so busy taking care of others that they neglect their own self-care. Raising awareness of men's health issues helps prevent and detect problems earlier... read more »

Covid-19: Updates to our office policies due to the ongoing Coronavirus concerns.

                    September 23, 2020 Utah Fertility Center has re-evaluated our policies in response to the ongoing pandemic. We have reviewed updated recommendations from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. We are continuously monitoring data and requirements from our state and local officials and all local regulations. We are also weighing our... read more »

Aspire Study (Assessing the Safety of Pregnancy in the Coronavirus Pandemic)

Utah Fertility Center is encouraging all pregnant patients to participate in the ASPIRE study that is listed below. Please visit the website and let us know if you have any questions. . The ASPIRE (Assessing the Safety of Pregnancy in the Coronavirus Pandemic) study is spearheaded by Drs. Marcelle Cedars, Heather Huddleston and Eleni Jaswa at the University of California,... read more »

Beat Infertility by Understanding and Tracking Your Menstrual Cycle

If you have been trying to conceive and it's taking longer than you expected, you are not alone. One in eight couples experience infertility.  The better you can understand your cycle, the better you can determine if you simply need to give it more time, or if you should seek the help of an expert.  You can chart your fertility... read more »

Join Us for National Infertility Awareness Week April 19-25.

Here at the Utah Fertility Center in Pleasant Grove, Murray, Ogden, and St. George, Utah, our caring team of infertility specialists work tirelessly on your behalf to provide you with the care you deserve on your infertility journey. You are not alone! We also support National Infertility Awareness Week® (NIAW) that runs from April 19 – 25, 2020. We promote... read more »