Welcome to ReproMed Fertility Center
Fertility Center Dallas
If you and your partner are ready to start a family but are experiencing some difficulty conceiving, we invite you to learn more about ReproMed Fertility Center. ReproMed Fertility Center offers comprehensive and individualized reproductive care by highly qualified, well trained, compassionate professionals and two physicians at five convenient locations. Our offices are in Dallas, Grapevine, McKinney, Tyler, and Rockwall Texas. At our state-of-the-art center, patients receive leading reproductive health care in a warm, welcoming and compassionate environment.
Dr. Pinto and his dedicated team of professionals know that no two patients are the same, which is why we take the time to understand your unique needs before recommending the best course of treatment for you. Our goal is to help make your dreams of having or expanding your family a reality, and give you a pleasant and positive experience along the way. At our leading fertility center in Dallas and the DFW Metroplex, patients have access to an experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate reproductive health specialists. The ReproMed Fertility center's dedicated team will effectively diagnose any issues that are preventing you from conceiving naturally, and then will map out a treatment plan best suited for your individual needs.
Patients are offered a comprehensive approach for female and male infertility.
Infertility Evaluation and Treatments
Polycystic ovarian syndrome diagnosis and treatments
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Evaluation and treatment
Advanced Reproductive Techniques
IVF Clinical Success Rates
"For years I was told that I might as well come to terms that I will never be able to have kids. When I had complications you were right there ... I don’t know of any doctors that do that. You were my light and strength in the time that my days grew dark and my..."Continue Reading
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Few among us are not personally aware of the anguish of infertility, either from our own experience or that of a close friend or family member. Both as a clinical psychologist and a husband who has successfully achieved fertilization with my wife resulting in the birth of boy and girl twins, I have seen the problem from both sides. It is so widespread that in 1998, the Supreme Court ruled that conditions that interfere with reproduction constitute a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act..... Continue Reading