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Resources for Employees

ARC Fertility provides employees with detailed resources for employees 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 250 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’s employee benefits include 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.

Contact your Human Resources department to find out how to download the app.

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. 

“Your team was phenomenal in what seemed to be one of my darkest moments. Thank you for your kindness and professionalism.” – Rosalinda C.

“That’s rare in any company to feel that level of support on a personal level. ARC was there each step making things go seamlessly. ” – Campbell R.

“Ms. Yury has the best attitude. You can hear her smile over the phone. She reflects ARC’s motto (compassionate care) wonderfully!” – Eyitayo O.

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Blogs and Articles

Finding Support Through Infertility

Finding Support Through Infertility

Infertility is not a journey meant to be embarked upon alone. The physical and emotional toll it takes on you feels like you’re constantly carrying a weight around with you. If you have someone or a group of people to give some of that weight to, carrying it starts to...

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How I Knew I Was Ready to Become a Mom

How I Knew I Was Ready to Become a Mom

I have wanted to be a wife and a mother my entire life. I never once pictured my life without a husband and children of my own. I remember being in high school and wanting to fast forward to the part when my life was focused on taking care of my children. I didn’t get...

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Early Testing…To Test or not to Test?

Early Testing…To Test or not to Test?

The two week wait can be excruciating for some of us. You take every little thing you feel in your body as a potential sign of a pregnancy and you’re just so anxious to find out if this cycle will be the one that works! You see these early detection pregnancy tests...

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Fertility Treatments for Baby #2

Fertility Treatments for Baby #2

My husband and I are undergoing fertility treatments in hopes of conceiving our second child. I’ve noticed a few differences between going through treatments from our first vs. now trying for our second. There are still a lot of emotions and it’s not easy, but I don’t...

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First IUI? What to Expect

First IUI? What to Expect

Through my fertility journey as a whole up to this point, I have done 8 medicated and monitored cycles and 5 medicated IUI’s. I remember feeling very hopeful and excited when we started our medicated and monitored cycles and even more excited about my first IUI cycle...

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Getting Through the Holidays While TTC 

Getting Through the Holidays While TTC 

The holidays are painted as a time of joy and celebration and for a lot of people they are, but what if you’re not feeling joyous or like you don’t have the one thing that you actually want to be celebrating? When you’ve been struggling to try to conceive and/or are...

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How to Advocate for Yourself During Treatment 

How to Advocate for Yourself During Treatment 

In doctors we trust! But we also need to trust ourselves and not be afraid to speak up or bring something to the table. Your doctor is seeing dozens of patients every week and while they will take copious post-visit notes in your chart, they aren’t going to personally...

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Trying for Baby #2

Trying for Baby #2

When I found out that I had fertility issues in my 20s, it really threw me for a loop. I didn’t know anything about the topic at all, and I had to get up to speed as quickly as possible so that my husband and I could make the necessary choices to try to grow our...

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The Financial Side of Fertility

The Financial Side of Fertility

Aside from the physical and emotional difficulties surrounding my diagnosis of infertility in my 20s, my husband and I were also confronted with the daunting financial costs associated with seeking medical assistance to form our family. This is something that no one...

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Two to Tango

Two to Tango

Hi! I’m Steven, Katie’s Husband. Katie has been sharing a lot about her fertility journey and our path to having our daughter, and she’s asked me to share some of my perspectives as someone who was there every step of the way. I’d like to start by saying how...

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What I Wish I Knew About Fertility in My 20s

What I Wish I Knew About Fertility in My 20s

When I was in my mid-20s, I was diagnosed with medical conditions that I knew could make it difficult for me to conceive and carry a baby to term. Not only was this emotionally difficult for me and my husband, but I quickly realized that I didn’t know anything about...

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Understanding Embryo Grading

As embryologists, one of the most common questions that we get from patients is "What do the grades of my embryos tell us about my chances of becoming pregnant?" The answer to this question is not a simple one. The objective of this article is to explain how we grade...

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Endometriosis and Fertility

A condition affecting 5 million American women, endometriosis derives its name from the word endometrium, the lining in the uterus that your body produces each month in case of egg implantation. If conception does not take place during a given month, then your body...

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Dr. David Adamson to Speak at thINc360 2022 

Dr. David Adamson to Speak at thINc360 2022 

ARC Fertility Founder will Join Panel on Using Innovative Benefits to Foster Equity and Inclusivity   Dr. David Adamson, founder and CEO of ARC Fertility, will be appearing as panelist at thINc360 in Baltimore, MD on May 24, 2022. thINC360 is the annual Healthcare...

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Let’s Talk about Infertility – And Hope

Let’s Talk about Infertility – And Hope

April 24-30 marks National Infertility Awareness Week, an annual opportunity to highlight a topic that is often ignored and marginalized. Katie Hurst was diagnosed with fertility issues in her 20s and received treatment that allowed her to give birth to a daughter...

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How Fertility Issues Can Impact Your Family

How Fertility Issues Can Impact Your Family

One of the quirks of dealing with infertility is how it’s so personal and yet so public at the same time. What could be more private than something happening (or not happening) to your body? But it doesn’t just stay in your body, and it will have an impact on those...

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How Can Your Business Support LBGTQ+ Families?

How Can Your Business Support LBGTQ+ Families?

As employers begin to recognize the benefits that a diverse workplace brings, savvy companies are seeking ways to attract and retain a more diverse workforce. Some of the progress made is due to the changing demographics of the American industrial landscape. As Baby Boomers reach retirement age, Millennials, Gen Xers and Gen Z expectations are increasingly coming into focus for companies. Young workers expect more work-life balance opportunities than their predecessors. Also, the younger workforce needs to work for a company that holds the same values.

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The Truth About Stress and Fertility

For anyone trying to conceive, the journey towards pregnancy can be a stressful one. The science of fertility is complex,  unique to each individual, and emotionally challenging--so what do we know about stress and its impact on fertility? Excessive stress is...

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The Truth About Stress and Fertility

The Truth About Stress and Fertility

For anyone trying to conceive, the journey towards pregnancy can be a stressful one. The science of fertility is complex,  unique to each individual, and emotionally challenging--so what do we know about stress and its impact on fertility? Excessive stress is...

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Who do I trust?

When it comes to getting medical information, the Internet can be a wonderful thing. If you have a tickle in your throat or a sore knee, all you need to do is pick up your phone and type in a few words to get more information. “Doctor Google” has become a first line...

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Who Do I Trust?

Who Do I Trust?

When it comes to getting medical information, the Internet can be a wonderful thing. If you have a tickle in your throat or a sore knee, all you need to do is pick up your phone and type in a few words to get more information. “Doctor Google” has become a first line...

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How Picsart Integrated Family Building Benefits with ARC® Fertility

How Picsart Integrated Family Building Benefits with ARC® Fertility

Picsart is a privately held software developer whose self-named product is the #1 creative platform and social editing app in today’s creator economy. Picsart serves more than 150 million active creators who present, remix, and share nearly 1 billion images a month, using one of the largest open-source collections of content worldwide, featuring stickers, free-to-edit photos, and more. Attracting and retaining the best personnel means competing with the Apples and Googles of the world, not just in salary and prestige, but in ways to make each employee’s life easier.

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Planisware: Supporting Inclusiveness, Diversity, and Families with ARC® Fertility

Planisware: Supporting Inclusiveness, Diversity, and Families with ARC® Fertility

Planisware is a worldwide leader providing project portfolio management software designed to support engineering, product development, and IT business practices. Active for over 20 years, Planisware has assisted clients in raising the value of their portfolios through innovation, forward-thinking strategies, and considered business decisions. Over 500 companies worldwide manage their projects, resources, and portfolios using Planisware products and software.

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How is IVF Done—Step by Step?

How is IVF Done—Step by Step?

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the most effective, commonly performed and final infertility treatment in the world. Still, unless you have actually gone through it, most people don’t actually know what’s involved with the steps involved with this assisted...

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Fertility and Vaccines: What’s the Scoop?

Fertility and Vaccines: What’s the Scoop?

To describe the last year as confusing would be an understatement. There have been so many different — and contradictory — pieces of information about the COVID-19 pandemic that it’s hard to separate them from the facts. This is true in every aspect of our lives, from...

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The Equality Act and Reproductive Rights

The Equality Act and Reproductive Rights

In the wake of the recent U.S. election, there have been a number of changes at the national legislative level, both big and small. While certain bills, such as the COVID relief package, have gained the most media attention, there have also been several other...

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Videos

Taking Care of Yourself During the COVID 19 Pandemic

Learn practical self-care tips and how to access needed resources during this unprecedented time. ASRM/ Mental Health Professional Group of ASRM

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

Advice to Couples on Getting Pregnant

Fertility expert Dr. David Adamson discusses how long a couple should try to conceive before seeking help from a doctor.

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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