SpringCreek Fertility Blog

We are pleased to welcome you to the SpringCreek Fertility Blog! Our blog is one of the many ways the SpringCreek Fertility team communicates with patients who have chosen our facility. SpringCreek Fertility invites you to discover all of the educational information our blog has to offer, including posts on ovulation, medical conditions that contribute to infertility, gestational surrogacy and more.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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We understand that infertility is often a private struggle. Unlike looking for an auto repair shop, or even a general practice doctor, most couples have

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Dear SpringCreek Family and Friends:

Unfortunately, COVID cases are on the rise.

As of August 5, here are the updated COVID guidelines:

  • Regardless of vaccination status, everyone must wear a mask inside the building.
  • Patients can no longer bring a support person, except for retrievals, transfers (recovery room only), and OB scans.
  • We are not allowing children in the office at this time.
  • Temperature and COVID status should be reported for each SpringCreek associate, patient, and visitor.
  • Patients should remain in their car until a SpringCreek associate calls them in for their appointment. The check-in person will call patients in accordance with appointment times while maintaining appropriate spacing in the waiting room and based on the needs of the office. Please contact our office for special arrangements, as there is limited capacity in the waiting room.

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!