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Fertility Blog Posts by Dr. Jessica Scotchie

Dr. Jessica Scotchie, reproductive endocrinologist & infertility specialist

About the author

Dr. Jessica Scotchie is a reproductive endocrinologist for Tennessee Reproductive Medicine and specializes in fertility treatments including in vitro fertilization (IVF), egg cryopreservation and egg donation, recurrent pregnancy loss, polycystic ovary syndrome and minimally invasive surgery.

Get to know Dr. Scotchie

Why Does Infertility Awareness Matter to Me?

“After 11 years in the field of infertility, and having cared for thousands of infertility patients, having listened to their stories, celebrated their pregnancies and cried with them during their losses, I feel just as dedicated and passionate about caring for infertile patients as I did when I chose the field.”

So You Want to Be an Egg Donor?

Egg donation is an incredibly altruistic opportunity to enhance the lives of others struggling with the pain of infertility. Deciding to donate is a complicated decision that should be carefully considered rather than accepted as an easy way to make money.

Does My Thyroid Matter?

Thyroid dysfunction is one condition affecting more women than men and many patients going through infertility. Dr. Scotchie discusses symptoms and treatment for those experiencing thyroid dysfunction and how it is associated with fertility.