Dr. Craig Sweet, April 20th 2011 |
Each year, physicians such as myself, fertility patients, their caregivers and families dedicated to raising awareness about the disease of infertility which affects 7.3 million Americans. RESOLVE, the national infertility association, has coordinated this week, April 24 through the 30 and we fully support it and encourage you to speak up in support as well. For information on how you can get involved in infertility awareness projects around the country and upcoming Advocacy Day on May 5, visit RESOLVE at www.resolve.org/takecharge.
At SRMS, we are committed to providing the highest quality care and support to patients and their families. Infertility is a disease, it is important and we are working to raise awareness on your behalf. For more information, visit www.dreamababy.comor call 239-275-8118.
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admin, April 9th 2010 |
It was an honor to meet Dr. Snyderman at the American Medical Association's National Advocacy Conference.
This was taken up in Washington DC on Tuesday evening, March 2, 2010, at the AMA National Advocacy Conference.
Going from left to right:
Kelli Sultan; Shahid Sultan, M.D., President-Elect, Lee County Medical Society; Nancy Synderman, M.D., Chief Medical Editor, NBC News; Craig R. Sweet, M.D., President, Lee County Medical Society; and Vicki E. Sweet, R.N.
admin, April 5th 2010 |
During April, Family Planning Awareness Month gives those of us in the reproductive medicine a good reason to promote healthy living and the importance of family planning.
Good parenting begins even before conception with proper prenatal care including good nutrition, regular health exams and practicing safe sex to avoid the risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases which when left untreated, can cause pelvic inflammatory disease, an infection that causes scarring of the fallopian tubes which can lead to infertility. It is important to protect your health by engaging in protected sexual intercourse, getting tested regularly by your physician and talking with your partner about their current and past sexual history.
To learn more about causes and treatments of infertility or to schedule an appointment, call 239-275-8118 or visit my Web site at DrSweet.com.