New Fertility Preservation Benefits for Military Personnel

Some exciting news for our military heroes. The Department of Defense recently announced that the Pentagon will start covering ‪fertility preservation for ‪‎military personnel as part of a two year pilot program. The new benefit will be available to any service member who requests it, including those anticipating deployment. This program will also examine ways Read More read more

On February 8th, 2016, posted in: Blog

Third Party Reproduction: The lawyer’s role in your ART process

By Tiffany L. Palmer, Esq.   Why do we need a lawyer? Beginning a journey to conceive through third party reproduction involves working with skilled medical professionals, but it also requires working with knowledgeable legal professionals. “Third party reproduction” means working with donors (sperm or egg) to conceive and/or gestational carriers to carry the pregnancy. Read More read more

On February 1st, 2016, posted in: Blog

Free Fertility Live Chat with Dr. Caleb Kallen

RMA is hosting complimentary live chat sessions with one of our fertility specialists every month. Our latest live chat will be held on Thursday, February 18th with Dr. Caleb Kallen. You do not have to be a current patient to participate. Invite your friends to be a part of the chat as well. Space is Read More read more

On January 28th, 2016, posted in: News and Events

Anti-Depressant Use During Pregnancy

Co-authored By Dr. Arthur Castelbaum & Dr. Kara Nguyen Anti-Depressants and Pregnancy The use of anti-depressants by both men and women has skyrocketed over the last decade, and there have been many articles about the side effects of these drugs. One area in particular that has received a lot of attention is the impact these Read More read more

On January 27th, 2016, posted in: Blog

What Is an Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Blood Test and Why Is It Important for Predicting Your Reproductive Potential?

By Dr. Arthur Castelbaum   What Is an Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Blood Test? Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is a protein made by the cells that surround each egg. The more eggs a woman has, the higher her AMH level should be. A simple blood test can determine a woman’s AMH levels. A woman is born with Read More read more

On January 11th, 2016, posted in: Blog