There’s a somewhat interesting article in the Jerusalem Post about a joint effort to examine IVF practices in the Middle East.
You can read the whole article here, but here’s my favorite part:
“Two well-known Israeli fertility experts who participated were Prof. Ariel Revel of Hadassah-University Medical Center and the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, and Prof. Zeev Blumenfeld of Rambam Medical Center and the Technion’s Rappaport Medical School in Haifa.”
When it comes to experts, I’m a fan. And Israel is full of them.
Meanwhile, I had a dentist appointment. X-rays taken = don’t need X-rays for a while now =no cavities = no dental work = all good to try and reproduce. The first appointment with an OBGYN is Sept. 19.
With the chagim right around the corner, I’ll likely not get a chance to post until after my appointment. In that case, L’shanah tovah to all my Jewish readers out there.