Coronavirus Updates

Important Notice About Coronavirus and COVID-19 To Our Patients: As your healthcare provider, we value—and are committed to—your health and the health of your family. We also understand that you have concerns about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which has now been designated a global pandemic.  At all times, we prioritize optimal health, safety and … Continued

What If I Don’t Have Any Eggs? How to Grow Your Family Through Embryo Adoption

At Reproductive Gynecology & Infertility we offer advanced fertility services like embryo adoption. Some parents have healthy, viable embryos remaining after in vitro fertilization. While many choose to cryopreserve their eggs for future use, some opt to donate their embryos to give them a chance for life. This provides other women the opportunity to experience … Continued

Oh, Baby! Five Ways Cleveland Reproductive Medicine Is Changing Families Lives Forever

Reproductive Gynecology & Infertility in Cleveland helps you maximize your chances of having a child with leading-edge fertility services. We’ll provide you with the exact fertility treatment and preservation technique you need to optimize your fertility. Whether you want to preserve your fertility before starting cancer treatments, delay starting a family until your career is … Continued

Searching for ‘IVF Near Me?’ Reproductive Gynecology and Infertility Is Now in Cleveland

Like our patients, Reproductive Gynecology & Infertility is expanding its family with a new Cleveland area location now open in Independence, OH joining our family of clinics already located in Columbus, Akron, Canton and Youngstown. RGI is known for offering the most advanced fertility therapy and in vitro fertilization with a 100% IVF guarantee. If … Continued

Embryo Donation Success Rates: What to Expect

Infertile families who choose IVF and achieve a healthy pregnancy may have additional embryos once they’ve finished growing their family. Many of these couples choose to donate their unused embryos to another person or couple for implantation. This helps other infertile families grow and supports the life of the embryo. Today, there are an estimated … Continued

Ectopic Pregnancies & Fertility: Can You Still Get Pregnant After One?

Approximately one in every 50 pregnancies in the United States is ectopic. Ectopic pregnancies, also known as tubal pregnancies, occur when a fertilized egg grows in the wrong place (e.g., ovary, fallopian tube, cervix or abdominal cavity). Most ectopic pregnancies—nearly 98 percent—occur in the fallopian tube. Unfortunately, ectopic pregnancies cannot move or be moved to … Continued