January 2015

 
Colorado Women's Health
Don't Go It Alone | Infertility can be an overwhelming experience, but you are not alone! UCARM offers a support group for patients to connect with others and learn how to manage this stressful time. Join a support group>>

 
The Infertility Stigma

The Infertility Stigma

The American Psychology Association reports that couples of Hispanic and Latin American heritage are less likely to seek infertility treatment due to cultural reluctance. CU’s Advanced Reproductive Medicine is working to break down this “infertility stigma” so that everyone can have a chance at a family.

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Test Yourself for PFDs

Test Yourself for PFDs

Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs), such as urinary incontinence and uterine prolapse, affect as many as one in three women in the U.S. If you are worried that you might be suffering from one of these disorders, take our short self-assessment to determine if you should schedule an appointment with one of our doctors. 

 

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Should You Worry About Ovarian Cysts?  

Should You Worry About Ovarian Cysts?

Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can form on or inside a woman's ovary. While these cysts typically do not cause symptoms and should go away without treatment, this is not the case for every woman.


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Let’s Talk – Russian!


Dr. Alex Polotsky of University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine speaks Russian. Seeking to help both male and female patients, he specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of infertility

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