After failing IVF treatment multiple times, Megan traveled to CCRM Colorado to try a different fertility treatment, which led to the birth of her second son.
Kendra and Blake share what it's like to struggle with infertility in your 20s and finding happiness in the end. Submit Your Success Story
After suffering from a grapefruit-size ovarian cyst and difficulty getting pregnant, the Deckers turned to CCRM for help. Submit Your Success Story
A Healthy Start at Life Christie knew she was a carrier of muscular dystrophy, so pre-implantation genetic screening (PGS) at CCRM ensured that her children would be free of the disease. Christie and her husband, Eric, discuss their decision to use PGS, as well as their incredible birth story. Submit Your Success [...]
Overcoming PCOS and Infertility After gaining 100 pounds in a short period of time and not shedding any weight with diet and exercise, Lauren knew something was wrong. Lauren is one of 10+ million women worldwide who struggle with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a leading cause of infertility in women. Weight gain is just [...]
The Gore Family Chelsea Ritchie and her husband, Josh, came to CCRM Minneapolis in the spring of 2016, after battling infertility for nearly a decade. Chelsea suffers from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), which can make it extremely challenging to conceive and carry a successful pregnancy to term. The Ritchies had seen this firsthand. Prior [...]
Allen - Starting a Family After Cancer Men undergoing treatment (radiation, chemotherapy or surgery) for testicular cancer often causes permanent or temporary infertility. However, a recent study in the U.K. found that “many men do not know how cancer treatment can affect their fertility or the likelihood of fertility recovery over the long-term.” [...]
Brooke’s success over 35 with endometriosis! Advanced endometriosis and an associated laparoscopy as a teenager, led me to always believe having children would not be in my future. As a young college student, starting a family was the furthest from my mind, thus I never anticipated how significant that early diagnosis would be for [...]