Cervical cancer, overcoming fertility challenges & more.
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Cancer Doesn’t Have to End Fertility

This Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, learn why

Cancer and its treatment can impact fertility in both women and men. For women, breast, ovarian and cervical cancer can decrease fertility potential. This month, TRM addresses the steps one can take to preserve their fertility and afford treatment. 

Fertility preservation options

Game-Changing Info

Ovulation is key to conceiving naturally. Learn how ovulation predictor kits can provide an edge when trying to get pregnant, as well as tips on how to use them effectively.
Get in sync

When Hormones Hinder Fertility

Hyperprolactinemia – a condition characterized by elevated levels of the hormone prolactin – can impact fertility. Understand the warning signs and treatment options.
Hormone harmony


TRM is so good at what they do. They all care and love you! I’ll forever be thankful for each person there!

- Holly Bearden


Tennessee Reproductive Medicine is a full-service reproductive endocrinology and fertility clinic providing the most advanced medical and surgical care to patients suffering from infertility and other reproductive conditions. 

Our team of professionals is dedicated to delivering the highest quality care in a compassionate environment. 
Please note: Information conveyed via this email is not intended for diagnosis, treatment or prescription. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

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