What’s Your Backup Plan?

Once you’ve decided upon a particular fertility treatment, you naturally envision everything going according to plan. Of course, life just doesn’t work that way. In this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility” at the link below, Dr. John David Gordon and IVF Coordinator Lynda McCollum highlight the importance of having a backup plan and walk you through some examples.

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

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What if I pee on the doc? (And other fertility fears.)

What if I pee on the doctor during my embryo transfer? What if, after struggling for so long to get pregnant, I become too pregnant? These are some of the more common fears among fertility patients. Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John Gordon and IVF Coordinator Lynda McCollum unpack six of those fears -and have a little Halloween fun- at the link below in a fresh edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility.”

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

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In Fertility Treatment, U-turns are Allowed

Once you’ve decided upon a particular course for fertility treatment, is it okay to change your mind and change direction? Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John David Gordon and IVF Nurse Lynda McCollum discuss U-turns in infertility, in this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility” below.

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Fertility Treatment: U-turns Allowed

U-turns are totally allowed in fertility treatment. More from Dr. G and Lynda, in this week’s Talk Fertility.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, October 2, 2020

Egg-Freezing Q and A

Egg-freezing is an increasingly popular fertility preservation option. So what are the possible pros and cons? Who might be a good candidate? Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John David Gordon and IVF Nurse Lynda McCollum tackle these questions about egg-freezing and more below in this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility.”

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Egg freezing Q and A, and some awkward moments, in this week’s Talk Fertility.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, September 25, 2020

About Sibling Embryo Transfers…

How does it work when you come back to Southeastern Fertility for a sibling embryo transfer? That’s the topic of this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility” (below) with Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John David Gordon, IVF Nurse Lynda McCollum and a special guest.

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

How does it work when you come back for a sibling embryo transfer? That’s the topic of this week’s Talk Fertility. Here are Dr. G, Lynda and a special guest.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, September 18, 2020

 

Possible Side Effects of Fertility Medication

Anytime you begin new medication, it’s only natural to wonder about the possible side effects. Certainly it’s very reasonable, when you enter the brave new world of infertility treatment involving medication, to ask about potential side effects. Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John David Gordon and IVF Nurse Lynda McCollum address possible side effects of some of the most common fertility medications below in this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility.”

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Possible Side Effects of Fertility Medication

What side effects can accompany fertility medication? Answers, plus some nice yarn-spinning from Dr. G, in today’s Talk Fertility.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, September 11, 2020

Just Reach Out…

You may remember the old TV commercials from AT & T back in the 1980s encouraging you to “reach out and touch someone.” They were memorable because they highlighted the irreplaceable power of human connection. Unlike the ’80s, when a phone call was often the only way to reach someone quickly, today’s options for reaching out and connecting are virtually limitless. Discover some of the easy ways you can connect with Southeastern Fertility below in this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility.”

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Looking for a new set of eyes on your journey to parenthood? There are so many ways to get in touch with the team at Southeastern Fertility! Lynda and fill-in host Mark Mellinger unpack some of them in today’s Talk Fertility.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, September 4, 2020

Is Stimulated Cycle IVF the Right Choice for you? Factors to Consider.

There are a few options when it comes to IVF: Natural Cycle, Mini-Stim, and Stimulated Cycle. While many patients find the lower expense and fewer medications of Natural Cycle or Mini-Stim attractive, Stimulated Cycle IVF is still an option to consider; one that will prove to be the optimal choice for many couples. Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John Gordon and IVF Nurse Lynda McCollum look into some of the factors to consider below in this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility.”

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Why you might want to choose Stimulated Cycle over other forms of IVF, in today’s Talk Fertility.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, August 28, 2020

Why You Need a Full Bladder for Your Embryo Transfer or Trial Transfer

Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John Gordon and IVF Nurse Lynda McCollum explain why you need to have a full bladder when you come in for embryo transfers and trial transfers. Check out the latest edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility” below.

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Why you need to have a full bladder when you come in for embryo transfers and trial transfers, in today’s Talk Fertility.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, August 21, 2020

Mini-Stim IVF: What You Need to Know.

Because it costs about half the price of Stimulated Cycle IVF and also involves fewer medications, Mini-Stim IVF can be an attractive option for many couples experiencing infertility. Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John David Gordon and IVF Nurse Lynda McCollum go into details, plus do a little clowning around and encounter a surprise guest, in this edition of our Internet show “Talk Fertility” below.

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

Mini-Stim IVF: What You Need to Know.

What is Mini-Stim IVF all about? That, plus a little clowning around and a surprise guest, in today’s Talk Fertility.

Posted by Southeastern Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery, PLLC on Friday, August 14, 2020