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Fertility Treatment | Our Doctors | TTC | Advocacy | Affording Treatment

By: Illume Fertility Care Team
December 5th, 2018

One infertility patient shares her story about insurance, the open enrollment time period, and being her own advocate. A story of success, hope and empowerment.

Infertility | Male Infertility | Support | Semen Analysis | Fertility Treatment | TTC

By: Kyle Tzanetis
November 30th, 2018

I’d like to introduce myself. My name is Kyle Tzanetis and I’m here to represent and support you; all the men involved in the fertility treatment journey. I feel honored to have 2 very special roles at RMA of Connecticut, I am both the Team Lead of Andrology and the Andrology Patient Liaison. Andrology is a field of medicine that is specific to male fertility and reproduction; a field in which I have been in for over 4 years now. As a firm believer that no person should be alone in infertility and family building process, these roles are a very good fit for me. Here’s what you should know...

Support | Fertility Treatment | TTC | Reproductive Health | Affording Treatment

By: Illume Fertility Care Team
November 29th, 2018

You may be running out of time. Not about fertility treatment and conceiving, but about changing or amending your medical insurance coverage. Think of Open Enrollment as the days ticking down until on December 15, it’s a done deal.

Family Building | Infertility | pregnancy | Reproductive Endocrinologist | Donor Conception | Fertility Treatment | IVF | IUI | TTC | egg retrieval | Reproductive Health | Egg Donor

By: Lisa Rosenthal
September 28th, 2018

This September, RMA of Connecticut is intrigued with transitions, particularly in how they reveal themselves in fertility treatment and decision making. Investigating aspects and questions like these, “I really don’t want to need a doctor to get pregnant but it’s not working at home." “I know it’s time to move on to a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist, but I’m hoping that this is the month I get pregnant, so why make an appointment?” “No way am I ever sticking a needle in me.” “How do I move from one type of fertility treatment protocol to the next when I don’t feel ready for more treatment."