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Fertility Treatments During the Coronavirus Pandemic

While “social distancing” constraints are gradually being relaxed, many people have remaining questions about what activities they should or should not engage in to help “flatten the curve.” As the Dayton, OH area’s premier fertility experts, we are frequently asked if it is safe to start or resume fertility treatments during these unusual and challenging …

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The Pain of Living with Infertility during the Coronavirus “Baby Boom”

The coronavirus pandemic has undeniably been stressful for everyone, but there is a hidden and painful level of even deeper stress for men, women, and couples who are privately dealing with infertility during these already challenging times. The media and many well-meaning people are having a field day with jokes about the upcoming “baby boom” …

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3 Overlooked Factors to Require in a Fertility Center

Infertility is a highly personal, and often very private, journey. Yet choosing a fertility center for your reproductive assistance is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. At SpringCreek Center in the Columbus, OH area, we believe that educated and supported fertility patients will experience the best results as they work toward …

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Gestational Carriers Help Dreams Come True for Male Couples

For any couple, beginning the journey toward building a family is a big step. But, unlike cis or lesbian couples, the process is a little more complicated for male couples as neither partner has a uterus in which to carry a child. Fortunately, with the assistance of a gestational carrier,  male couples’ dreams of having …

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Gestational Carriers vs. Traditional Surrogacy

When beginning your fertility journey, you are faced with a whole new world of scientific terminology. One term that can be confusing for potential patients seeking fertility treatment is the term “surrogate” – because people use it to refer to any woman who carries a child for someone else; however, there are really two types …

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Egg Freezing: When Your Biological Clock is Ticking

In today’s complex and demanding society, the path to parenthood is not always a straightforward one. As a woman progresses through her reproductive years, her family-building timeline may suddenly start to close in on her. Career, financial and family obligations, travel, education, illness, and even finding the right parenting partner can cause unavoidable delays in …

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Egg Donation: 5 Things Egg Donors Should Know

Egg donation can be a tremendously rewarding endeavor. In fact, the majority of egg donors decide to undertake the process not because of the momentary compensation – but for the altruistic satisfaction of helping someone else have a child. Indeed, many women’s decision to become an egg donor has been inspired by a friend or …

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Waiting for Cosette

For nearly four years, Cosette’s mom and dad—Leah and Jeff—did what many of the 7 million couples with infertility do: They tried. Tried again. Tried some more. Talked to the gynecologist, then the endocrinologist. Underwent months of fertility treatment. Smiled through excruciating pain as other couples announced pregnancies. Tried again anyway. Leah and Jeff’s fertility clinic, …

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Dear SpringCreek Family and Friends:

Unfortunately, COVID cases are on the rise.

As of July 21, 2022, here are the updated COVID guidelines:

  • Regardless of vaccination status, everyone must wear a mask inside the building.
  • Temperature and COVID status should be reported for each SpringCreek associate, patient, and visitor.

SpringCreek Fertility will continue to revise our policy to ensure we are parallel to the CDC recommendations.

Feel free to call our office at 937-458-5084 if you have any questions or concerns.

We are here for you!