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.”
The Fifes first came … Read More
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,” 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
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. 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
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month with a mission to raise awareness of a disease which affects an estimated 176 million women worldwide. Thirty to forty five percent of women with infertility can pinpoint endometriosis as a factor. Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus — the endometrium — grows outside of the uterus (endometrial implant). Endometriosis most commonly involves ovaries, bowel or the tissue lining … Read More
When Brooke Brennan and her partner decided it was time to start a family, the first step was finding the right reproductive endocrinologist. Says Brooke, “We had two good friends who had met with Dr. Stephanie Singleton of The Fertility Center of Charleston in Savannah and spoke so highly of her and the staff. We met with another physician in Savannah, but felt more at home with Dr. Singleton.”
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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. Below are several reason patients tell us they LOVE The Fertility Center of Charleston Savannah team.
A Georgia native, Dr. Stephanie Singleton of … Read More
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. While there are many complications that can arise with diabetes, often the correlation between diabetes and fertility are overlooked. Dr. Stephanie Singleton of The Fertility Center of Charleston provides individualized care through personalized treatment plans and works with diabetic patients. She states, “Diabetes can be a contributing factor to infertility. This can be the case if the female is diabetic, but also if the male is diabetic.”
For the … Read More
Breast cancer affects one in eight women. For women diagnosed at a young age, a major concern is the ability to conceive after treatment. Through fertility preservation offered at The Fertility Center of Charleston, women have a chance to start a family after cancer, despite the effects treatments can have on fertility. Dr. Stephanie Singleton explains, “Some treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can have an adverse affect on a woman’s fertility. At The Fertility Center … Read More
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