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Sincera Speaks

Fertility care can at times feel full of uncertainty. Our specialists are pleased to partner with you on your reproductive journey, providing you with education and support along the way. Sincera Speaks is a space for our providers to share information and knowledge that can help you feel confident in both the care you receive and the choices you make during this important time.

Q&A with Annu Mathew, PA-C


Q: Why did you go into the field of reproductive medicine? A: Reproductive medicine actually found me as I was looking to specialize and work in women's health when I graduated from physician assistant school, and I cannot see myself working in any other field of medicine. It is such an honor to...

Endometriosis: Myths & Facts


March is endometriosis awareness month. Awareness is crucial to help the 1 in 10 women who are diagnosed each year – many of which have been previously misdiagnosed. Endometriosis is caused when the endometrial tissue (uterine lining) grows outside of the uterus and into other areas of the body....

PCOS: 5 Common Myths & Misconceptions


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that causes hormonal imbalances, metabolism issues, irregular menstrual cycles and infertility. PCOS is a syndrome, or group of symptoms that affects the ovaries with three primary features. These features include cysts in the ovaries, excessive...

Fertility & COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions


Sincera has helped families in the region for over three decades and we remain committed to the treatment and care of our patients throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We understand that this has disrupted the lives of millions across the world, and we know first-hand the additional stress this has...

All About IVF


Science and technology truly amazed us all when the first in vitro fertilization (IVF) baby was born in 1978. Since then, IVF has gained significant traction as an excellent option to help women achieve pregnancy. However, those who pursue IVF often still feel as if there is a negative stigma...