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PGT-A and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

By: Dr. Sony Sierra, MD, FRCSC, REI

January 7, 2020

Dr. Sony Sierra, talks about how Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidies (PGT-A) can help reduce the chance of miscarriage and who should consider this option.  

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Cycle Monitoring Understanding the process, its advantages, and limitations.

By: Dr. Kaajal Abrol, MD, FRCSC, REI

October 24, 2019

Cycle monitoring is a process of observing a woman throughout her menstrual cycle to observe a range of factors, such as how a follicle in the ovary develops during the cycle; to measure blood hormone levels throughout this process; and to determine whether and when ovulation is occurring. Timing is Everything Timing is very important…

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The Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Program at TRIO

By: Dr. Sony Sierra, MD, FRCSC, REI

September 12, 2019

Recurrent early pregnancy loss affects about 5% of women. At TRIO we have a comprehensive program that focuses on all aspects of recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL), this program is the largest in Canada and includes a personalized management strategy for each patient or couple to optimize the probability of a successful pregnancy. Heading up the…

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What is Polycystic ovarian syndrome and how is it treated?

By: Dr. Sony Sierra, MD, FRCSC, REI

August 26, 2019

PCOS or Polycystic ovarian syndrome affects about 5-7% of women. PCOS involves both anatomical or structural changes in the ovaries as well as hormonal changes.  In the following videos Dr. Sony Sierra explains what PCOS is, how it affects fertility, and how it can be treated.

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Blocked Tubes and Fertility

By: Dr. Kaajal Abrol MD, FRCSC, REI

July 23, 2019

diagram of sperm and egg meeting in fallopian tube

In the following videos, Dr. Kaajal Abrol explains how blocked fallopian tubes can affect fertility and what tests and treatments are available.

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What is PCOS and What Are the Options for Fertility Treatment?

By: Dr. Sony Sierra, MD, FRCSC, REI

July 3, 2019

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a fairly common condition that affects about five to seven percent of women. Essentially, PCOS involves both a structural and a hormonal change in the function of the ovary. Ovaries in women who have PCOS are bigger in volume, they’re denser in tissue and they are hormonally active in different ways.…

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