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Here at the Reproductive Medicine and Surgery Center of Virginia, we’re honoring the first week of PCOS Awareness Month. The official aim of this federally designated event, hosted by the National Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association, is to, “...

For many, an intrauterine insemination (IUI) cycle is the first step in the fertility treatment path. It is most used in conjunction with Clomid (a safe, effective oral fertility medication). IUI can support multiple infertility factors such as irregular ovulation, PCOS, and poor sperm count. While...

Did you know Clomid (chemically named Clomiphene Citrate) has been around since the 1960s? Its historical safety record and efficiency at helping women conceive is one of the many reasons why Clomid is considered a first-line fertility treatment for most women with an infertility diagnosis. The...

RMCVA is proud to announce that we are recognized as an Optum Fertility Center of Excellence. In order to achieve this acknowledgement, fertility specialists and treatment facilities must meet or exceed best-practices criteria. To be considered as part of the Center of Excellence network, facilities...

Couples trying to get an infertility diagnosis are often frustrated and dismayed when they hear the results are, “unexplained infertility.” Don’t get too discouraged, however, because the diagnosis should inspire hope. Studies have shown that as many as 43% of couples told they have unexplained infertility...

RMSCVA COVID-19 RISK MITIGATION STRATEGIES Your safety is our utmost concern. We at RMSCVA are taking serious and comprehensive measures to reduce the risk our staff could become exposed and infected and reduce the patient risk to become exposed and infected. We want you to be...

We are pleased to announce that we have resumed all aspects of our care- medical, surgical, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), and Egg banking. Your safety and health are our utmost concerns. Many of our processes have been redesigned to minimize any risk related to COVID-19 and...

Did you know that men and women are equally susceptible to infertility factors? That’s right. Of all the couples diagnosed with infertility, half of them are infertile as the result of male fertility factors. The most common cause of male infertility is poor sperm count, quality,...

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A two week vacation in the Bahamas feels more like two days, while the anticipated two week wait (TWW) can feel more like two years. It’s hard to let those hours, days and weeks tick by without feeling like you’ll lose your mind. But, you can,...

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