Canadian Infertility Awareness: FREE ONLINE EVENT

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April 1, 2022 by Dr. Alda Ngo

SATURDAY, APRIL 302 – 4PM MDT FREE ONLINE EVENT: IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PCRM Are you Trying To Conceive? #1in6 people struggle with fertility in Canada. April 24 – 30 is Canadian Infertility Awareness Week – an opportunity to honour and empower those struggling with infertility. Join us for this free online event to de-stigmatize infertility and… Read more »

Endometriosis Awareness Month

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March 15, 2022 by Kassidy Finch

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. Endometriosis affects an estimated 1 in 10 people around the world. Many people have received a delayed diagnosis due to a lack of awareness. Often healthcare professionals can assume this pain is a normal part of menstruation. Unfortunately, there is a negative stigma surrounding people’s reproductive health and discussions surrounding… Read more »

COVID Update – Mask Requirement

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March 11, 2022 by Dr. Alda Ngo

Dear friends, We are aware that the City of Edmonton Bylaw has been lifted and as a healthcare setting – we will continue to require masks in the clinic. As a healthcare setting, we will keep maintaining a safe environment for our vulnerable community members.  We will also continue to follow our current COVID guidelines… Read more »

Support for Lining Thickness

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February 18, 2022 by Christina Pistotnik

I have been seeing a number of patients in the clinic recently that have had issues in the past with their Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) because their uterine (endometrial) lining has not been thick enough for embryo implantation. The optimal uterine lining is at least 8 mm in thickness and has a three-layer (trilaminar) appearance. … Read more »

No Resolutions? No Problem!

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February 9, 2022 by Kassidy Finch

Let me first start off by saying I have nothing against the culture of “New Year, New Me”, but making a list of resolutions can be daunting, unrealistic, and unenjoyable. If you’re not big into making New Year’s Resolutions that is completely okay. Unfortunately, societal pressures and obligation is what drives a lot of people… Read more »

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