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Elva Vasquez

FREE Mini IVF Cycle or New Patient Visit

June 29th, 2011 | by

  

FREE Mini IVF Cycle Or New Patient Visit

With the Center of Reproductive Medicine

ENTER TO WIN: 

  • One free mini IVF (or a credit of equal value towards conventional or donor egg cycle)  to any person who visits the Center of Reproductive Medicine booth at the Beaumont Baby and Family Expo, requests a chance to win, and is present for the drawing.  .

 

  • One free New Patient Visit for anyone who is considering fertility treatment and visits the Center of Reproductive Medicine booth at the Beaumont Baby and Family Expo, requests a chance to win, and is present for the drawing.  .

 

  • One free New Patient Visit for anyone who is considering fertility treatment visits the Center of Reproductive Medicine booth at the Beaumont Baby and Family Expo, requests a chance to win, and is present for the drawing. 

 

  • And other small door prizes visits the Center of Reproductive Medicine booth at the Beaumont Baby and Family Expo, requests a chance to win, and is present for the drawing. 

 

INCREASE YOUR CHANCES TO WIN!

  • Open to all locations

 

  • For every person you bring who would be willing to help an infertile couple through becoming an egg donor another ticket with your name on it will be added to drawing.

 

  • For every person you bring who may be considering fertility treatment and would be interested in scheduling a New Patient Consult with us, additional tickets with your name will be added to the drawing!

 

DETAILS:

Where:  Cumulus Baby and Family Expo

              At the Beaumont Civic Center

When:   Saturday July 9th, 2011

             From 10 a.m. to 4p.m.

More Info: Call Elva at 281-332-0073 or email: evasquez@infertilitytexas.com

 

Tell all of your friends and family – this is a great opportunity DON’T MISS OUT!

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Jennifer Escobedo

Your insurance benefits: Do you know your coverage?

March 9th, 2011 | by

Did you know that majority of patients pay for an insurance policy but have no idea what they are paying for? Unfortunately, they find out it does not cover what they need until it is too late. This is especially common in patients who are seeking infertility treatment. One key element to remember is every insurance policy is different; your employer usually has the option to opt in or out of infertility coverage.  A patient should always take the initiative to know their benefits. You can do this by calling the member service number located on the back of your insurance card and start by asking them the basics:

When was my coverage effective?

Can you tell me my specialist copayment?

I am seeking treatment to achieve pregnancy, that will be considered infertility treatment can you tell me if that is covered?

Is my doctor in network?

If you should have any conerns regarding your infertility benefits, please feel free to call we’re happy to assist. 

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Anne Duplissey

Drinking Alcohol During Pregnancy

February 16th, 2011 | by

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, birth defects affect about one in every 33 babies born in the U.S. each year. They are the leading cause of infant deaths, accounting for more than 20% of all infant deaths. Babies born with birth defects have greater chance of illness and long-term disability than babies without birth defects.

Drinking alcohol during pregnancy, CDC asserts, can cause a baby to be born with birth defects and have disabilities. When a pregnant woman drinks alcohol during pregnancy, so does her unborn baby. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), described as a continuum of permanent birth defects caused by maternal consumption of alcohol during pregnancy, which includes, but is not limited to fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) can cause birth defects of the heart, brain, and other major organs likely to last a lifetime. The good news is that by not consuming alcohol while pregnant, this condition is likely preventable.

About one in 12 pregnant women in the United States continue to drink alcohol during pregnancy. What’s worse is that 1 in 30 pregnant women in the U.S. reports binge drinking, i.e. having 5 or more drinks at one time. Some may argue that consuming a little amount of alcohol may not be bad. Such speculation or assumption is too risky to even consider. While that could be true, no one really knows for certain. Is there really a safe amount of alcohol to consume? Is there a safe time to drink while pregnant? Even if that is remotely true, would you really put your unborn baby in such risks?

To learn more about birth defects, visit www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/bd

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Elva

Nominate a Nurse

January 31st, 2011 | by

Has one of our CORM Nurses touched you in a special way?  Please nominate that special nurse at: 

http://www.fertilityauthority.com/nominate-a-nurse-of-the-month

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Nicole Krajewski

Compassionate Care

January 25th, 2011 | by

As a former patient, I sincerely believe that what truly separates CORM from other fertility clinics out there is the care and compassion given to a patient by its doctors and staff.  I have personally walked in these shoes, having experienced multiple pregnancy losses and the trauma of infertility. If it were not for all the love and encouragement I was given, I would not be the happy mother of two beautiful girls. This has been an inspiration to me all these years.


As an employee of CORM for over 15 years, I made it my personal cause to make someone else’s fertility journey less painful and less stressful. Whether there are tears of joy or tears of sorrow, I am here to cheer and help our patients reach their goal of parenthood. When I accomplish that, I know I have done my job. Nothing can beat that.

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