Celebrating National Infertility Awareness Week® April 18-24th, 2021

In the quest to conceive, about 1-in-8 couples are dealing with infertility while trying to conceive naturally. In fact, over six million women are diagnosed with fertility issues just in the U.S. alone. April is Infertility Awareness Week and our Fertility Center team wants to help our parents-to-be understand that you are not alone in your struggles to conceive and... read more »

Join Us in Recognizing Endometriosis Awareness Month This March

Every March, our Utah Fertility Center team recognizes Endometriosis Awareness Month, which was created in 1993 by the Endometriosis Association. The goal is to shine a light on this condition which impacts around 200 million women around the world as well as one out of every 10 women in the U.S. In July of 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives... read more »

What You Can Expect with your Frozen Embryo Transfer?

Frozen Embryo Transfer, or FET, is a fertility cycle where frozen embryos are taken from an earlier IVF, (in-vitro fertilization) and thawed so they can be transferred back into a woman's uterus. FETs make up more than 90% of the embryo transfers performed at Utah Fertility Center (versus using fresh, stimulated cycle embryos). Often times that is due to pre-implantation genetic... read more »

Benefits of Fertility Support

Planning to add children to your family is an exciting time but can lead to frustration when pregnancy does not easily occur. As infertility specialists, we understand that facing infertility often comes unexpectedly. We recognize that seeing a fertility specialist is not on most peoples wish list, but we are happy we can offer solutions to restore your family building... read more »

Age and Fertility: Conceiving in Your 20’s, 30’s and 40’s

Age is an important factor for a woman trying to conceive. There are unique challenges to keep in mind when trying to conceive in your 20's, 30's and 40's. Egg quantity and egg quality are directly affected as a woman ages. Did you know that a woman is born with all the eggs she will ever have, somewhere in the... read more »

Nurture Yourself this Holiday Season

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 Conceive!

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 »