Struggles and Self-Care

What You Should Know About Endometriosis

National Endometriosis Awareness Month is observed annually in March to recognize the effects of endometriosis: a chronic condition that affects millions around the world. The month-long observance aims to educate the public and healthcare providers about the signs and symptoms, promote early diagnosis and effective management of the condition, and advocate for better research, treatment, …

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9 Detox Lifestyle Recommendations

A detox can be as simple as changing our habits. Many at-home products can expose us to harmful toxins – pollutants, chemicals, and metals – which can negatively impact our health. By eliminating toxin intake, our body’s natural detoxification system can promote weight loss, fortify reproductive health, and improve the overall quality of life. Although …

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How to Deal with ~Those~ Questions During the Holidays

There’s a bitter breeze in the air. The charity bells are ringing outside of supermarkets. You can’t escape Bing Crosby’s crooning or the glare of your neighbor’s light displays no matter how hard you try. In tandem, these can only mean one thing: the winter holidays are here again. Which – for many – doubles …

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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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Living with Infertility During the Pandemic “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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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness

 Alison went through two miscarriages before her pregnancy. She eventually gave birth to two more children after working with SpringCreek’s Dr. Jeremy Groll. She talked about her experiences with medical professionals—some were more sensitive than others—and about how she healed with time and connection to other women who’d miscarried. During this National Pregnancy and Infant …

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Speaking Up About Endometriosis

If television is talking about it, that usually means the general public is ready to acknowledge it, if not embrace it. Exhibit A: endometriosis. Endometriosis, which affects an estimated 200 million women around the world, is the subject of at least two TV commercials right now—bringing to the forefront an often excruciating condition that women have been …

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Fertility Food Facts: Getting Down to Basics

What do avocados, olive oil, and bee jelly (yep, bee jelly) have in common? Possible fertility food. They might make an interesting salad—they’ll also pop up in the results if you ask Google, “What should I eat if I am having in-vitro fertilization?” It takes more than pregnancy-friendly nutrition to boost your chances of successful …

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Secondary Infertility: Seeking the Sun during the Storm

By Dayton Moms Blog My husband and I both grew up in large families. We loved it and wanted to recreate that feeling in our own family. We wanted four kids and just assumed that’s what we would have. Babies one and two came with minimal “trying” and nothing during my pregnancies suggested our family journey …

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Dear SpringCreek Family and Friends:

As of February 6th, 2022, here are the updated COVID guidelines:

  • Staff and employees are no longer required to wear a mask inside the building. If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask, feel free to do so. 
  • Please wear a mask if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms.

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!