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  • What to Consider When Choosing a Fertility Clinic
    If you’re looking to start a family, it’s a good decision to visit a fertility clinic to help you along your journey and have a team to stand behind you Read more
  • Our LGBTQ Reproductive Services
    Learn more about the LGBTQ reproductive services we offer in and around Weston, FL.  If you are a same-sex couple or you are an LGBTQ+ individual who is interested in starting Read more
  • 5 Things to Know About Infertility Treatment
    Here are some things you should understand about undergoing fertility treatment. Here at Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies, we understand the struggles of infertility, which is why our Weston, Read more
  • Can I Use My Own Eggs if I Have DOR?
    How the fertility specialists in Weston, FL, can help if you have DOR Are you trying to get pregnant, but not having any success? You might have a condition known as Read more
  • Infertility Treatment Options
    Getting pregnant may end up being more difficult than you may have expected. There are many issues that you may face when it comes to getting pregnant and it’s important Read more
  • What Is In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)?
    Learn more about IVF, when it’s the ideal treatment and how it could improve your chances of getting pregnant. When couples or individuals have trouble conceiving naturally, they often turn to Read more
  • LGBTQ Reproductive Services
    Are you a same-sex couple interested in starting a family? Here at Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies, our team of embryologists and OBGYNs are some of the most Read more
  • What To Know About Becoming an Egg Donor
    Here are some of the most important things to understand about egg donation. Considering becoming an egg donor? If so, our Weston, South Florida, reproductive specialists Dr. Minna Selub and Read more
  • How an Infertility Doctor Can Help
    Your ideal time to pursue parenthood may not always coincide with your body's version of the ideal. The good news is that others have been where you are and have Read more
  • What Is Natural Cycle IVF?
    When you're ready to start a family, it can be stressful if conception doesn't come easily. Infertility, which can affect both women and men, can be emotionally and physically difficult to Read more
  • In Vitro Fertilization and You
    Here’s what everyone should know about getting in-vitro fertilization. If you are having trouble conceiving, then you may be ready to consider other options to improve your chances of getting Read more
  • When to See a Physician about Your Fertility Issues
    If you have dreams of being a parent, it can be heartbreaking when starting a family proves more difficult than expected. Infertility affects many women, but that doesn't mean it Read more
  • LGBT Friendly Surrogacy & Reproductive Services
    Dr. Minna Selub and Dr. Kimball Pomeroy, your physicians here at Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies (FIRST) in South Florida provide LGBT-friendly surrogacy and reproductive services to couples and Read more
  • About Becoming an Egg Donor
    Find out what it takes to become an egg donor. Are you interested in donating your eggs but unsure where to start? Maybe you have some questions about the process and Read more
  • Have You Been Struggling with Recurrent Pregnancy Loss?
    Recurrent pregnancy loss may make you wonder if you'll ever be able to expand your family. Fortunately, treatments provided by Dr. Minna Selub, your physician at Florida Institute for Reproductive Read more
  • What is Egg Banking?
    Find out if egg banking is a good option for preserving eggs for your future family. Not ready to get pregnant just yet? If you aren’t planning for a baby Read more

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