Seattle Reproductive Symposium
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Gerard S. Letterie, DO
Family is incredibly meaningful to Dr. Letterie; helping others build theirs is one of the most rewarding aspects of his work.Meet Our Team
Amy R. Criniti, MD
Dr. Criniti strives to provide comprehensive and personalized care to all of her patients, and believes there are many ways to build a family.Meet Our Team
Brenda S. Houmard, MD, PhD
Dr. Houmard enjoys helping people through the emotional ups and downs of the fertility treatment journey, and describes it as one of the most gratifying aspects of her work.Meet Our Team
Paul S. Dudley, MD
Dr. Dudley is dedicated to reducing the anxiety patients feel during fertility treatment and believes education and open communication play a key role in successful outcomes.Meet Our Team
Nichole M. Barker, DO
Dr. Barker is devoted to helping her patients build their families at the pace with which they feel most comfortable.Meet Our Team
I have had the best care possible throughout this process and no matter the outcome, I feel blessed that we chose to work with SRM. Thank you so much for all of your attention and care.
PCOS was introduced to me at the age of 25. I was gaining weight, shaving my neck, and lamenting over my thinning scalp. When I was diagnosed, I had just gotten engaged and the news was unsettling, but the reality didn’t sink in until we started trying to grow our family.
About 1 in 8 couples have difficulty getting pregnant, 50-60% of these couples will have a cause that is related to the male partner. Kevin Ostrowski, MD reproductive urologist at SRM answers common questions about male infertility.
The reality is that even after treatments and failures and successes, the diagnosis and experience of infertility will never leave you. Regardless of the outcome, you will arise after the dust settles. What you do with yourself after that is up to you. Dust off, take a deep breath, and take your first steps to seeking help and support.
Whether you are the one in treatment, or the one showing support, appreciating your partner can help keep your relationship stable for the long run. Gretchen Sewall RN, LICSW, at SRM shares 6 tips to help stay connected and show your partner appreciation through fertility treatments.