Fertility Memphis News

The St. Jude’s Dream Catchers

St. Jude and Fertility Associates of Memphis Give Kids a Fertile Future with Fertility Preservation St. Jude founder Danny Thomas often said: “No child should die in the dawn of life.” Fertility Associates of Memphis (FAM) is committed to preserving fertility prior to cancer treatment so that young patients and long-term survivors have options for…Read the Rest of Article

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A Mother’s Day Miracle Baby meets his brother

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We love a long guest list for the Miracle Baby party at the Memphis Zoo. The Fertility Associates of Memphis team is devoted to helping every couple overcome infertility so that they can join the bi-annual event. Some are still undergoing treatment; others can’t make it this year because they have a new Miracle Baby…Read the Rest of Article

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Infertility Awareness Week 2015

by | April 24th, 2015
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An Insider’s Guide to Infertility Awareness Week The Fertility Associates of Memphis physicians have practiced reproductive medicine for a combined 75 years. Our team works with couples after they have tried for months or years to get pregnant, so these men and women have a heightened awareness of the disease of infertility. Our mission as…Read the Rest of Article

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Miracle Baby Party May 9th 2015

by | April 1st, 2015
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Hot dog! It’s time for the Miracle Baby Party at the Memphis Zoo! One of the newest babies at the Memphis Zoo arrived after 222 days of incubation and weighed just 99 grams. The Komodo dragon is not nearly as cuddly as the giraffe and camel babies born last year, but all eyes will be…Read the Rest of Article

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Minimally Invasive Surgery and Fertility

by | January 8th, 2015
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During a fertility evaluation, many women are diagnosed with anatomic problems that make it difficult for them to conceive and deliver a healthy child. These problems may include uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps, uterine septa, and problems with the fallopian tubes.  Thankfully, the vast majority of these issues can be addressed and corrected through minimally invasive…Read the Rest of Article

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