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Due to the recent rise and concern of Coronavirus, we are taking every measure to protect our patients. In addition to following CDC guidelines, please note that we will only be allowing new or active female and male patients in our facility at this time. For any upcoming procedures, we will only allow one escort for transportation into the facility.

We are now offering virtual consultations through ferTELEty©, Kofinas Fertility Group's telemedicine program!

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    Really Painful Periods and What You Can Do

    Apr 12, 2021
    Posted by: George Kofinas
    Topic: PCOS, Topic: Fertility, Topic: Endometriosis
    You notice a tell-tale feeling of cramping in your lower belly. It's your period. However, you know that this is just the beginning. Soon, the pain will be excruciating, and no amount of Midol, heating pads or tea will help you.  So, what's going on? Most women experience mild cramps around the...
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    PCOS and Endometriosis: What’s the Difference and Can You Have Both?

    Dec 1, 2020
    Posted by: George Kofinas
    Topic: PCOS, Topic: Fertility, Topic: Pregnancy, Topic: Endometriosis
    Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis are very different conditions that can affect women in their childbearing years. Although both PCOS and endometriosis are two different diagnoses, they are both difficult to diagnose, and about 5-10% of women experience either one or both in...
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    Does Insurance Cover Fertility Testing or Treatments?

    Nov 20, 2020
    Posted by: Meagan Gass
    Topic: PCOS, Topic: IVF, Topic: Fertility, Topic: Pregnancy
    The Different Types of Fertility Insurance and What Is Covered   Most health insurance plans consider maternity and newborn care to be essential benefits. However, fertility care may or may not be covered. Fertility coverage depends on what your employer chooses to offer. So, how do you know if...
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    Types of PCOS and What to Look For

    Nov 4, 2020
    Posted by: Meagan Gass
    Topic: PCOS, Topic: Fertility, Topic: Pregnancy
    What is PCOS, and why is it relevant? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or PCOS, is an endocrine-based condition that affects about 5-10 percent of women in their reproductive years. Because of its effect on the endocrine system, hormonal imbalances are often found in those who are diagnosed with PCOS....
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    How Can I Get Pregnant with PCOS?

    Sep 17, 2019
    Posted by: George Kofinas
    Topic: PCOS
    With September being Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month, it's important for women everywhere to understand its challenges when trying to conceive.  Whether you're currently trying to start a family or you're planning for the future, PCOS is a possible hindrance that you can overcome...
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    Main Signs of Infertility for Men and Women

    Nov 13, 2018
    Posted by: George Kofinas
    Topic: PCOS, Topic: Fertility, Topic: Pregnancy, Topic: Men's Fertility, Topic: Endometriosis, Topic: Fibroids
    Deciding to start a family can be an exciting chapter in your life, but when success doesn't come easily, the excitement can quickly turn into frustration. Although you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed with each failed attempt, you can find relief in knowing that infertility is a common issue for...
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    Female Fertility Challenges

    Sep 24, 2018
    Posted by: George Kofinas
    Topic: PCOS, Topic: Hysterectomy, Topic: Fertility, Topic: Endometriosis, Topic: Fibroids
    If you're having trouble getting pregnant, you can find support in knowing that you're not alone.  Female fertility challenges are actually more common than most people think. It's estimated that roughly 10% of women in the U.S. between the ages of 15-44 have issues with achieving or maintaining...
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