Local WFAA news analyst, Sonia Asad, turns 40 and talks with Dr. Kathy Doody about age and fertility.
CARE Fertility is featured in Fort Worth Magazine’s Top Docs 2021 issue.
North Texas healthcare workers, including Dr. Kathy Doody, share thoughts on one year of battling COVID-19.
"The good news is, it looks like if women who get COVID when they're pregnant, that these antibodies will cross the placenta and there’s actually some evidence it could also be conveyed in the breastmilk," Dr. Kevin Doody said.
The CDC lists pregnant women among those who need to take extra precautions to avoid COVID-19.
Over the last several years, Dr. Doody has been an integral part of SART and ASRM’s efforts in international collaboration, including serving as SART’s president.
Dr. Kevin presents on two topics during this online meeting. The first topic is “Assisted Reproduction and IN VIVO Embryo Development” and the second topic is “Streamlining and Affordability of Assisted Reproduction.”
Parents Magazine names innovative fertility treatment options and methods being used to help couples conceive in fertility centers around the world.
Interview of Bliss and Ashleigh Coulter who are the first same sex couple in Texas to use Reciprocal effortless IVF®. Beginning 35 minutes into the recording, Dr. Kathy Doody describes the benefits of effortless IVF.
Dr. Kathy Doody is renowned as a reproductive endocrinology specialist with more than 25 years of service to her patients. In 1989, Dr. Doody established CARE Fertility, along with her husband, Kevin Doody, M.D., to increase accessibility to assisted reproductive technologies for patients struggling with infertility.
Dr. Kevin Doody speaks with NPR on advances in IVF and assisted reproductive technology. "When it comes to twins — it's not 'buy one, get one free.' From a medical standpoint it's a risk."
PCOS is a complex hormonal and reproductive disorder and is a leading cause of infertility in women. effortless IVF® is an effective option for women with PCOS because the innovation requires lower medication dosages.
CARE Fertility co-founder Kevin Doody, M.D., continues to conduct research on the causes of infertility. Dr. Kevin presented findings from the latest research on HHV-6A and HHV-6B.
Dr. Kevin Doody joins Dr. Mark Trolice’s podcast to discuss the latest advancements in IVF and how recent research could significantly decrease the cost of IVF treatment.
“We are proud to be the presenting sponsor for Dallas Walk of Hope because we have seen first-hand the benefits provided by RESOLVE to families struggling with infertility,” says Kevin Doody, M.D., CARE Fertility co-founder.
When patients come to us, they are looking for new options that will give hope for the future of their families. For this reason, Dr. Kevin supports the SART Registry for Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology.