Welcome to Our Newest Team Member
Melanie Miranda, WHNP-BCLearn More
Important Information About COVID-19
SIRM® St. Louis Treatment Policy Updates During the COVID-19 PandemicRead More
Congratulations to our lead embryologist, Jen Hart
recipient of the Donor Egg Bank Seal of Quality Assurance
Introducing Our Podcast
The team at SIRM® St. Louis is excited to educate and inspire listeners to take control of their fertility health.
Molina Dayal, MD, MPH, FACOG
Dr. Dayal is an experienced and compassionate physician that is renowned for her personalized patient care. Dr. Dayal has received multiple awards and recognition based on ratings from both patients and peers in the field of medicine.Learn More
Maureen Schulte, MD, FACOG
Dr. Maureen “Moe” Schulte is passionate about building families through personalized care utilizing the latest technological advancements. Encouragement, empathy and a supportive care team are fundamental in her practice.Maureen Schulte, MD, FACOG
Dr. Dayal is an extremely competent doctor and has helped me with some difficult fertility problems. She also has great bedside manner and seems to genuinely care about patients. She’s very honest in her delivery and does not sugar coat things. I highly recommend her!
I have been working with Dr. Witten and his staff for 5 years. I'm so thankful my OB/GYN recommended him. When dealing with infertility, there are a lot of emotional factors as well as physical factors that need to be assessed. Their bed side manner and understanding of treating the patient as a person and not an illness is top notch. I would recommend this doctor/office to anyone.
Dr. Schulte is warm, supportive, and knowledgeable. Everything you want in a fertility specialist. She goes out of her way to check in on you during your journey and is there for you every step of the way. We were so lucky to have her help us get pregnant!
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Dr. Dayal discusses 5 well-studied methods to help maintain your mental toughness when times get difficult.
Dr. Dayal discusses how our attitudes and behaviors can spread just like viruses, and how staying connected, being grateful and laughter are the keys to getting through this period.
As of April 5, 2020, more than one million people have been confirmed to have COVID-19 worldwide. The center of the Pandemic is now the United States. Here are basic FAQ’s about COVID-19 as it pertains to fertility, pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Dr. Molina Dayal at SIRM St. Louis Fertility Clinic discusses Coronavirus risks on pregnant women and unborn babies, and how to reduce your chance of infection.