As treatments for infertility have advanced, so has our ability to help grow families through assisted reproductive technologies. For some, the process begins with identifying what may be preventing a healthy pregnancy and then treating an underlying cause. For others, it may begin with choosing a family building option that is the best fit like third-party reproduction, fertility preservation and more.
No matter your journey, we are committed to helping guide you through it each step of the way.
Our Assisted Reproduction treatment options are:
Embryo Creation & Testing
The eggs are then transferred to our laboratory for the next step of fertilization. A semen sample is specially prepared and “washed,” then mixed with the eggs. The eggs and sperm are carefully monitored for the next 18 – 24 hours to ensure that fertilization occurs. Several of the best resulting embryos are then chosen for transfer into the female partner’s uterus and she will be given additional medications to prepare the uterus for implantation.READ MORE
Embryo Transfer, Pregnancy & Delivery
The last step of the IVF process is transferring the embryo(s) into the uterus, which is also done in our office. The female partner will be monitored closely to maximize the opportunity for a successful implantation and a successful pregnancy. At this time, a couple can choose to cryopreserve other normally developing embryos for future transfers.READ MORE
Ovulation induction is a treatment that uses medication to help stimulate ovulation or increase the number of eggs released by the ovaries in one cycle. It can be used alone or in conjunction with other treatments such as IVF or IUI.READ MORE
Surrogate Match, Contracts & Approvals
Our Third-Party Coordinator will work with you on selecting a surrogate that works best for you.READ MORE
Research & Planning
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the most effective form of assisted reproduction. It is the method of combining sperm and eggs outside of the body in order to fertilize the egg.READ MORE
If you’ve been trying to achieve pregnancy without success, there are recommendations to consider when seeking care from a specialist.
Here are some guidelines for when to seek care:
If you are under the age of 35 and have been trying to conceive for more than 12 months
If you are over the age of 35 and have been trying to conceive for more than 6 months
If you have experienced recurrent pregnancy loss
If you have a known fertility diagnosis such as PCOS or Endometriosis that prevents you from achieving pregnancy naturally
If you are an LGBTQ+ family who will need the assistance of a third party