Endometriosis is a health problem that affects more than 6 ½ million women in the U.S.; it is most common among women in their 30s and 40s. Endometriosis occurs when the endometrium, tissue that normally lines the uterus or womb, grows outside of the uterus and on other areas in the body.

Affecting approximately 10 million women in the world, Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a health condition in which there is an imbalance of reproductive hormones, creating problems in the ovaries.

One of the main reasons that family and friends have trouble helping their loved ones who are struggling with infertility is that they know so little about the emotional aspects of it. From the shocking diagnosis and demanding treatment to the disruptive day-to-day experiences, this emotional assault can leave couples depressed, angry and guilt-ridden. Unfortunately, […]

Embryologist at ART Fertility Program of Alabama

Our patients spend a good amount of time with our doctors and nurses with many developing very strong relationships with each other. But aside from those who are out in front of our patients each day, we have many healthcare professionals behind the scenes who are also working to make your dreams come true. For […]

Receiving the news that you’re pregnant means that you’re no longer affected by infertility. You’re full of nothing but happiness, excitement and well-being, right? Not always. Many who’ve suffered with infertility feel a wide range of emotions that they may not have expected.  These can include feelings of disbelief, anxiety and even fear after achieving […]

Parents Pick Awards 2015, ART Fertility

ART Fertility Program of Alabama has yet again been named Best Fertility Specialist in Birmingham in the 2015 Parents’ Picks Awards from Birmingham and Alabama Baby & Child magazines! It is such an honor to be recognized as Best Fertility Specialist for the third year in a row. The Parents’ Pick Awards aim to help […]

I got married in August of 1987 when I was 33 years old. I thought I had plenty of time left to get pregnant, but that didn’t turn out to be the case for me. I was already an infertility specialist working at St. Louis University as an assistant professor, so after a year went […]

Thanks to all of the votes from our amazing patients and supporters, we have once again been named Best Fertility Specialist in the 2014 Parents’ Choice Awards presented by Birmingham and Alabama Baby & Child magazines!

This Friday, February 28th will be the last day to vote for ART Fertility of Alabama as the best fertility specialist in the 2014 Parents’ Choice Awards! For the third year in a row, Birmingham Magazine and Alabama Baby and Child Magazine have partnered to produce the Parents’ Choice Awards. If you’d like to vote, […]

Trying to conceive can make you feel as if nothing is in your control. While that is true for many aspects of fertility, we know it’s not the best feeling. The good news is that technology may now be able to help women feel more in control of their fertility. Simply knowing what’s going on […]