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What Are the Different Types of Miscarriages?

For an expecting mother or couple, a miscarriage can be a traumatic event. In addition to having lost a child who they will never know, the sense of loss, sadness, and despair is often compounded by the confusion and lack of information surrounding miscarriages and their causes.

Understanding the different types of pregnancy loss can help […]

What Are the Do’s and Don’ts during Pregnancy?

Getting pregnant and starting a family is one of the most exciting times during parents’ lives. The preparation to welcome a new life into the home is cause for celebration for the entire extended family. Still, many patients ask, “what are the do’s and don’ts during pregnancy?” 

This information may, at times, be confusing and even […]

Just Announced: We Are Only One of Three Clinics in Florida to Achieve a 70% Live Birth Rate

WINTER PARK, Fla. (May 2, 2018) – In its latest bulletin, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) released Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) preliminary data from IVF cycles completed in 2016 and final data from 2015 cycles performed in the United States and Fertility CARE: The IVF Center bested the national average in three major […]

What Are the Concerns Around Testing Embryos?

Genetic testing of embryos goes back some fifteen years, but its use has become more popular recently due to method enhancement and better detection of disease-causing genes.

However, medical and ethical concerns have arisen in the reproductive medical community around the screening of embryos. The issue was a central topic of focus during the American […]

How Can You Preserve Your Fertility?

Today, family building is radically different than a generation ago. Increasingly, women are putting off childbearing for non-medical reasons, e.g. pursuing a career, lack of a stable relationship, and financial considerations. As a result, over the past forty years, the age of a woman’s first pregnancy has been gradually rising.

A key question: by when do […]

Celebrating 15 Years…We Couldn’t Have Done it Without You!

Fifteen years ago, we opened our doors with a vision — to help women and couples in central Florida realize their dreams of starting a family.

Who would have thought that over the next fifteen years we would become the most established and successful IVF program in Central Florida, not to mention garnering national and international […]

Fertility Care: The IVF Center and Johnny’s House on XL106.7 Give You a Chance for a Baby

Fertility CARE: The IVF Center, a leading-edge fertility clinic offering the most comprehensive reproductive healthcare available in the southeast, and Johnny’s House on XL106.7 have partnered to offer one lucky winner the chance to have a baby.

Fertility CARE: The IVF Center will provide the contest winner with in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. The prize IVF […]

XL 106.7 FM’s Johnny’s House Gives You a Chance for a Baby – IVF Contest

We partnered with Johnny’s House on XL106.7 to provide in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment for one lucky winner.

For those that enter the contest but do not win, we will be offering a 10% discount toward their IVF cycle as a thank you for entering.

To enter, fill out the form on the XL106.7 website and tell us […]

SART Webinar: Dr. Trolice Explains the Difference Between IUI and IVF

Mark P. Trolice, M.D., recently gave a presentation on “The Difference Between IUI and IVF.” This presentation was featured on the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) website.

With more couples across the U.S. turning to the use of fertility treatments and assisted reproductive technologies, one of the most common questions patients ask their fertility specialist […]

What You Need to Know About Egg Freezing

In vitro fertilization (IVF) has been helping women and couples overcome fertility challenges for almost 40 years. Up until recently, IVF has traditionally used fresh eggs retrieved from a woman, which were fertilized ‘in vitro’ in a laboratory with a spouse’s or donor’s sperm to create an embryo. The embryo was then transplanted back into […]