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Tips for Improving Your Fertility

By: | January 29th, 2018 | Tags:

Dr. Robins at Spokane’s Center for Reproductive Health (CRH) has been helping Inland Northwest families grow for over 20 years. With the most advanced technology and distinguished medical experts, the CRH team works tirelessly to help you achieve a healthy pregnancy quickly and safely. Before and during fertility treatment, there are steps you, the patient, can take […]

Why Am I Not Getting Pregnant?

By: | November 30th, 2017 | Tags:

An estimated 1 in every 8 couples struggle to conceive. While infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after having regular, unprotected intercourse for 1 year, it is considered “normal” for an average fertile couple under 35 years of age to try for 1 year before conception occurs. But for those individuals who are […]

Do’s and Don’ts this Holiday season

By: | November 13th, 2017 | Tags:

End-of-the-year Holidays can be daunting, even in the best of circumstances. For those trying to conceive, holidays often add additional emotional stress to an already complicated situation. By planning in advance and acknowledging that holidays may be uncomfortable or emotional, you can better prepare yourself and improve your chances of thriving through the celebrations. Our friends at  Resolve have […]

6 signs you should see a fertility specialist

By: | October 23rd, 2017 | Tags:

Thinking about your future family? These 6 Signs may indicate it’s time to see a fertility specialist. You have a history of inconsistent periods. Irregular periods typically mean irregular ovulation or no ovulation, making conception an uphill battle. If you have tried consistently for six months to a year with no luck – and you have a […]

Are you taking a vitamin D supplement? It might be time to start.

By: | October 16th, 2017 | Tags:

Among women of reproductive age, more than 40 percent are insufficient in vitamin D. Recent research claims that Vitamin D deficiency may be linked to infertility. According to the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, women with sufficient vitamin D intake are more likely to become pregnant and/or produce high quality embryos if undergoing […]

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