Having children was never in our plan until we both crossed the magical age line of 35 when the biological clock finally struck us and we decided to give it… moreabout:Y & I’s Story
Our experience with Genesis Fertility actually began many years ago in 2010, prior to treatment for testicular cancer and long before the thought of starting a family. The recommendation was… moreabout:Laura & Colin’s Story
With egg freezing becoming more and more mainstream in today’s society, there are a variety of reasons why a woman (or a couple) might consider fertility preservation. The facts: The… moreabout:Indications for Egg Freezing
After 5 natural miscarriages and a diagnosis of unexplained fertility, we were referred to Dr. Kashyap from our specialist at BC Women’s Unexplained Pregnancy Loss Clinic. We had losses with… moreabout:Diana & Colin’s Story
Natural cycle IVF is what we call the process of using minimal injectable medications (gonadotropins) to assist the natural recruitment and harvesting of 1-2 follicles / eggs. It differs from… moreabout:What is Natural Cycle IVF?
It never really occurred to us that it would be difficult. We just chose the timing and pretty much got pregnant right away. I was 36. Infertility wasn’t on the… moreabout:H & C’s Story
Helping individuals and couples build families is an incredible privilege and an awesome responsibility. At Genesis Fertility Centre our mission is to help couples and individuals safely build families with the latest evidenced-based technologies in a compassionate and individualized fashion and at a time that… moreabout:Modern Families
The answer is no. Fertility is a functional diagnosis. If your numbers are high but you don’t get pregnant, then you may have infertility. If your numbers are low but… moreabout:Does Low Egg Count Predict Infertility?
My fertility journey with Genesis and Dr. Sonya Kashyap started well before I was ready to start a family. After seeing countless doctors ever since I was 15, it wasn’t… moreabout:One Family’s Fertility Journey
My patients will often hear me say, “it just takes one good one”! Or that fertility is a functional diagnosis. What the latter means is that: until you try, you… moreabout:How Many Eggs is Enough?