Today, there are a number of ways to start a family. Everyone’s journey is different, with some needing more assistance when it comes to having a baby. Assisted reproduction has helped many Canadians experiencing infertility. Dr. Kimberly Liu, medical director and...

COVID-19 vaccine doesn't affect IVF success rates - Israeli study Sheba Medical Center researchers ultimately found no difference in the rate of pregnancy between the vaccinated and unvaccinated test groups. The mRNA coronavirus vaccines have no negative effect on frozen-thawed embryo transfer,...

To Our Valued Patients,   Mount Sinai Fertility will be reducing services over the holiday period at all of our locations. Please see below for site specific closures and how this may affect you.   Downtown - 250 Dundas St W. This location will be...

IUI Funding is still available and we have removed any restrictions (number of funded attempts per year/needing to pause between cycles). This means a patient may do as many funded IUI cycles as deemed appropriate by their care provider consecutively...

Effective immediately: Each person using partner sperm will now have up to 3 funded IUI cycles per year, and those using donor sperm will have up to 5 funded cycles/year. Mount Sinai Fertility will also not require any month off between cycles, which means patients can do back to...

COVID-19 vaccines do not affect fertility There have been a number of stories suggesting that the COVID-19 vaccine can cause irregular menstrual cycles or affect fertility. These stories are not accurate. The Society of Obstetrician and Gynecologists of Canada(SOGC) released this statement: “There...