Initial Consult First Step to Starting Family

When it comes to infertility, scheduling an initial consult can be the first step towards starting a family. Dr. Singleton of The Fertility Center of Charleston explains, “We love to see patients for an initial consultation. It gives us a chance to get to know the patient. It allows us to talk about the testing and to potentially talk about treatment.”

The Fertility Center of Charleston team is dedicated to providing highly individualized care and … Read More

TFCOC Top Choice for Savannah Couples

The Fertility Center of Charleston (TFCoC) in Savannah is quickly becoming the top choice for patients who are struggling with infertility in the coastal Georgia and surrounding areas. Patients are often choosing The Fertility Center of Charleston in Savannah to help them realize their dreams of starting a family. One Savannah TFCOC family pinpoints why, “They are amazing and truly special people.”

Dr. Singleton, a Georgia native, saw the need for a fertility center in … Read More

Affording Infertility: Costs Vary, Insurance Coverage Increases

The one question that The Fertility Center of Charleston team hears often is, “How much is it going to cost?” The team is committed to making sure that fertility treatment is possible for any couple or individual seeking help with conception. However, there is not a simple answer to cost. Dr. Stephanie Singleton explains, “Not every patient situation is the same, cost and coverage varies depending on each patient’s specific situation as well as insurance … Read More

Same Sex Couple Shares Their Infertility Journey

Malinda and Shena Crocket-Fife are now the parents of three children under the age of five. As a same sex couple, starting a family took a lot of thought and consideration. The Fifes turned to The Fertility Center of Charleston for guidance. Malinda explains, “From day one, they did not see a same sex couple. They saw two people that wanted to start a family and made the dream come true.”

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Infertility in your 40’s

For couple Becca and Tim Mottley, meeting in their 40’s meant the clock was ticking on starting a family. At first, they tried naturally to conceive. But two years and miscarriages later, they decided to turn to Dr. Stephanie Singleton and The Fertility Center of Charleston for help. Becca explains, “From the day we walked in and sat down with Dr. Singleton, she was honest, straightforward and tells you exactly what you need to do.  … Read More

It’s Family

Summerville couple Malinda Fife and her partner Shena-Crocket Fife, are expecting twins any day now. This happy family would not be here without The Fertility Center of Charleston. Explains Malinda Fife, “We started with a phone call, from the first ring it was personable. They were intrigued, engaged and they wanted us to be successful. We started with another place and it was not that way. We felt like a number.”

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Through a Father’s Eyes

Often women share their fertility journeys with others, but you don’t always hear from the men. Recently, two of The Fertility Center of Charleston fathers share their fertility stories, and give an inside look at fertility through a father’s eyes.

Jeff Yandle, will be celebrating his first Father’s Day this weekend. He and his wife had been trying for several years on their own and then decided to seek help. He explains, “We had been … Read More

Lucky, Blessed, Full of Joy

“Lucky, blessed, full of joy,” this is how Sarah Yandle describes her life now that she is a mother to 9 month old Wesley. Getting to this point, however was not easy. Yandle and her husband Jeff tried to start a family for several years with no luck and then turned to The Fertility Center of Charleston. She explains, “You feel like ‘Why me?’, but Dr. Stephanie Singleton reminded us of the reasons we could … Read More

Mother’s Day Letter: A Graduated Patient Shares Her Journey

Anita Shaw plans to spend this Mother’s Day with her children including a brand new baby girl. But not along ago, this was a holiday filled with frustration. Shaw had a son, but when it was time to expand her family, she and her husband could not conceive. Anita’s infertility journey inspired her to write a book about the experience: Why I Wait: My Journey Through Infertility. She explains, “I had no idea that infertility … Read More

National Infertility Awareness Week is April 21st-27th

National Infertility Awareness Week is April 21st-27th. This week helps bring awareness to infertility and the number of people that it affects. Anyone can be challenged to have a family. No matter what race, religion, sexuality or economic status you are, infertility doesn’t discriminate.

With locations in Mt. Pleasant & Savannah, The Fertility Center of Charleston (TFCoC), Dr. Stephanie Singleton and her staff compassionately guide each patient to parenthood using the latest advanced reproductive … Read More