Resources for Employees

ARC Fertility provides employees with detailed medical resources to support their fertility journeys. This promotes greater understanding and access to high quality, cost-effective fertility care with the best outcomes.

ARC represents the largest, most established, physician-led network of vetted and board-certified fertility specialists across the U.S. With more than 220 locations, employees will be able to find the right physician close to their homes.

From personalized education through our Concierge service to a full range of digital tools, ARC has a comprehensive database of resources for a complete employee fertility support system.

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Apps

Developed by medical experts, FertilityNow helps you assess your fertility and provides in-depth resources to build your family. Complete surveys to estimate your chances for pregnancy with and without fertility treatment, and receive customized articles based on your responses. 

 

Download the FertilityNow app for iOS and Android.

What Our Customers Are Saying About Us

“I just wanted to express how helpful Sophia Kieri has made this process. With so many steps that can feel very overwhelming she’s made things feel clear and in my control. So grateful for her! Thank you.” – Jennifer T. 

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Blogs and Articles

Videos

TeleHealth for Infertility

An overview of telehealth (telefertility) and its impact on infertility treatment for those beyond easily accessible treatment facilities.

Male Infertility

Male infertility is actually a bigger issue than many people would like to think.

How Old is Too Old to Have a Baby?

Women are having babies at much older ages than they used to. In 1970, the average age of a first-time mother was 21. Now, it’s 30. And in certain populations, it is even older than that.

The Economic Report: ARC Offers Affordable Infertility Care

“ARC’s mission is to provide patients with affordable financial solutions and give patients access to good educational support services.” ~ Dr. David Adamson

Stress Reduction and Pregnancy

Many studies, as well as the experiences of countless women, suggest that stress is associated with attempts to become pregnant.

Treatment Options for Infertility

Your fertility solution is unique to your specific needs, and depends largely on what is causing your difficulty getting pregnant.

About ARC Fertility

“Infertility is a life crisis that impacts every area of your life. This is where crisis becomes an opportunity and infertility becomes a journey.” ~ Psychologist and former infertility patient

What is the Cost of IVF?

“In-vitro-fertilization (IVF) is often not covered by health insurance, and yet the cost of IVF is actually very comparable to other types of medical services.” ~ Dr. David Adamson

Fertility IQ Course:
What Is Endometriosis?

Fertility IQ Course:
Diagnosing Endometriosis

Fertility IQ Course:
Treating Endometriosis

Podcasts/Webinars

Impact of Covid-19 on Fertility Treatment and Pregnancy

What do we know about how Covid-19 affects infertility treatment and pregnancy. Are pregnant woman more at risk? What happens if the mom has Covid-19 while pregnant? We interview Dr. David Adamson, a reproductive endocrinologist and surgeon, Clinical Professor at Stanford University, and Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF. He is Past President of the ASRM, SART, AAGL, the Committee on Reproductive Medicine for FIGO and is Founder, of Advanced Reproductive Care (ARC Fertility).

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256 Modern Fertility and The Covid Impact with Dr. David Adamson

The most essential driving force of nature is to procreate. 

We need healthy babies. And Dr. David Adamson knows more about baby-making than nearly everyone on the planet. 

David Adamson is a consulting reproductive endocrinologist and surgeon, Medical Director of Equal3 Fertility, Clinical Professor ACF at Stanford University, and Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF.

In this episode we cover: 

• The avergage age of first birth is 30 and getting older

•Cultural differences in fertility

•The importance of fertility insurance and support from employers

•Why it’s important to begin family planning conversations early

•Intercourse 2-3 times a week when you’re trying to get pregnant

•Benchmarks for when you should consider seeing a fertility doctor

•Trying to have a baby for a year, and under 30, go see a doctor

•Dr. Adamson sets me straight on me thinking the pill is detrimental to hormones

•Key fertility tips

•Effects of covid on fertility

•Current study shows that covid does not from pregnant mothers to babies

Listen to the podcast here

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