Fertility and Reproductive Health Blog

“Happy holidays” rings hollow when you are struggling through infertility.

Seeing all those “baby’s first” pictures popping up in your social media newsfeeds can bring a daily dose of pain.

What you need to know about male infertility

One in eight couples struggle with infertility, and in half those cases, male infertility plays a part. As couples work

Trying to conceive? Here’s what you need to know about Zika

Many concerns have been raised about the potential threat the Zika virus poses to pregnant women and the children they

Christopher P. Montville, M.D. joins Tennessee Fertility Institute

Tennessee Fertility Institute is excited to announce our practice is expanding as we welcome Christopher P. Montville, M.D. to their

Weight Loss and Infertility

If you’re like most women, you probably spend a fair amount of time focusing on your appearance.  A recent study

Thyroid Disease and Infertility

If you’ve been diagnosed with a thyroid disorder you are not alone. Approximately 20 million people in the U.S. are

Endometriosis 101

What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a disorder involving growth of  endometrial (inside lining of uterus/womb) tissue outside the uterus. It

How Much of a Role Do Genes and Family History Play in Fertility?

Can you blame your parents if you’re having trouble getting pregnant? The short answer is probably not. Your family history

The Truth About The Zika Virus and Infertility

  Here are the facts about the Zika virus. What is the Zika virus? The Zika virus may have been