Does Matcha Cause Infertility? (Spoiler Alert: No!)

If you’ve perused TikTok recently, there’s a good chance you’ve come across a video suggesting that matcha can lead to infertility. Take, for example,...

June 16, 2024

What's New in Fertility

More and more, donor eggs are becoming a normalized part of the fertility conversation. Several celebrities have revealed they needed donor eggs to...

Sarene Leeds • Jun 11, 2024

What's New in Fertility

Welcome to 2024, when it’s (sarcasm incoming) apparently still considered acceptable, at least by some people, to speculate about whether someone is pregnant....

Zara Hanawalt • Jun 7, 2024

Anyone who has been through fertility treatments knows that it’s a lot of hurry-up-and-wait. Hurry up: Make the appointment, contact your provider, pay...

Kristyn Hodgdon • May 27, 2024

You’ve decided you want to grow your family, and that using a sperm donor is on the path to getting there. Like with...

The Rescripted Team • May 20, 2024

If you ask “the interwebs” if ovarian cysts cause infertility, you’ll be led down a windy, confusing road of Yes…No…Maybe? Truthfully, it is...

Johanna Modak • May 14, 2024

No one's journey to becoming a parent is the same. For some people, it may involve IVF, and part of that might mean...

Mara Santilli • Apr 28, 2024

  In the past few months, a few social media users have taken to social media to share some unexpected news: That they got...

Zara Hanawalt • Apr 28, 2024
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For patients undergoing “traditional” fertility treatments, the protocol for, say, in-vitro fertilization (IVF), is relatively straightforward: A routine egg retrieval cycle consists of...

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