Nature vs. Nurture: Reflecting on Genetics

Posted on Thursday, June 20, 2019
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​The documentary ‘Three Identical Strangers’ sheds light on an incredible story: identical triplets separated at birth in 1961 for adoption into three different families who found each other accidentally at age 19.

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The Other Half: What about Men

Posted on Thursday, June 13, 2019
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Men contribute half of the genetics of pregnancy and suffer alongside their partners with loss, but they are so often left out of the research, the care, and the discussions surrounding miscarriage and recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL).

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Your Embryo Transfer: Tips for Maximizing

Posted on Wednesday, February 13, 2019
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The embryo transfer is the final step in a long journey toward building your family. Preparing for this day and knowing what to expect can decrease your worries and maximize your chances of success.

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The first thing I put in my baby's baby book was a pasted in sheet of paper showing that we were pregnant, from PNWF.  Below it I wrote, "Mom and Dad worked HARD for you." We deserve it even more, I say. Because the baby that comes from PNW Fertility and their crew of helpers is one loved baby. That is a pretty amazing legacy to be able to tell that kid someday.

Morgan
Pacific NW Fertility Patient

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