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Amber & Michael

New York –

Infertility Diagnosis

  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Secondary infertility

Treatment(s)

  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI)

Location(s)

  • Albany

Physician(s)

  • Michael Grossman, MD

Amber & Michael's Story:

First I’d like to say I absolutely love all the staff at CNY Fertility. I struggled for years trying to have a baby myself and couldn’t understand why. Then I was referred to CNY fertility where I was diagnosed with PCOS and endometriosis and they made it happen for me not once but twice the first time took a lot longer it was a few years of trying and then about eight cycles of IUI with them and I finally had my baby boy who is now about to be five years old in August the whole experience can be trying mentally physically emotionally but they really do help you get through everything and give you any and all resources and support that you might need. My second time trying I had just started fertility treatments again and had to skip a month due to vacation and ended up achieving pregnancy on my own and they were gracious enough because I’ve had so many problems in the past and I had just come back to them for treatments again to follow my pregnancy for the first nine weeks to make sure everything was OK like they would’ve done if I achieved pregnancy through their procedure. I really can’t say enough about their office and their staff especially Nicole and Meghan anybody who talks about struggling with fertility I always refer over to CNY.

Favorite Team Member at CNY:

Nicole Davey and Meghan Nieminski

Helpful resources Amber & Michael found:

Working out

Unique Moments:

The whole experience has so many highs and lows especially when you’re trying for so long and you’re hoping and praying for a positive result and get a negative result it’s very trying mentally and physically but with their support it helps you get through everything they’re very caring and compassionate. I wouldn’t say that my stories unique because there’s so many people out there that struggles with infertility and some don’t know why and for a long time I didn’t until I was diagnosed with PCOS and endometriosis which I know a lot of people have the same problems and concerns

Hope, Inspiration and Advice:

My advice would be get a support group talk to other people that have been through it join support groups online get the resources from the office even if it’s people that you don’t know it’s so helpful to hear other peoples experiences and you never know you can gain lifelong friends out of it as well