Patient Q&A

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in vitro fertilization
OpenNeway Fertility answered 12 months ago • 
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What are the chances of getting pregnant the first time with …
OpenDr. Daniel Kort commented 9 months ago • 
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Unable to have a child but I have one ovary left. What’s t …
ResolvedDr. Daniel Kort commented 10 months ago • 
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PCOS
ResolvedDr. Daniel Kort answered 11 months ago • 
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I have irregular periods. What does that signify for me in t …
AnsweredNeway Fertility answered 12 months ago • 
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IUI costs and donor sperm
AnsweredDr. Daniel Kort answered 12 months ago • 
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What is the main indication of IVM?
OpenJin Ho Lim asked 1 year ago • 
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What is PCOS?
AnsweredNeway Fertility answered 1 year ago • 
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How can I schedule an appointment with Neway Fertility?
ResolvedNeway Fertility commented 1 year ago • 
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What are the most common causes of infertility?
OpenAnonymous asked 1 year ago • 
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