Cancer Fertility Preservation
Today, many options exist for fertility preservation; your cancer diagnosis doesn’t need to ruin your dreams of having children. ReproMed Fertility Center works in coordination with oncologists to form a fertility preservation plan based on oncologists recommendations.
This common condition occurs when the tissue that typically lines the inside of the uterus grows outside of the uterus, on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, or other areas. Symptoms include infertility, painful periods, pain during intercourse, and abnormal menstrual bleeding. ReproMed Fertility Center has experience diagnosing.
Couples who have a hard time conceiving naturally, due to an irregularity of the woman’s uterus, may decide that a surrogate should carry the baby to full term instead. The first step in the process involves in vitro fertilization. The fertilized egg is then placed in the uterus of the gestational carrier, where it will mature.
IUI Intrauterine Insemination
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) may be necessary for couples who are having a difficult time conceiving due to low sperm count, ovulation problems, or unexplained infertility. Also known as artificial insemination, the process involves the placement of cleaned sperm, either from the patient’s partner or a donor.
IVF In Vitro Fertilization
If you have been trying to become pregnant for a year or more with no success, in vitro fertilization (IVF) may help. The procedure involves taking a man’s sperm and woman’s egg and creating embryo, zygote, or fertilized egg, in a laboratory. The fertilized egg is then placed in the woman’s uterus where implantation occurs.
There are cases when the cause of infertility is due to the male partner, rather than the female. ReproMed Fertility performs a series of tests to diagnose male factor infertility, and then presents the various treatment options for patients, which may include IVF, artificial insemination, or other therapies.
Minimal Stimulation IVF
ReproMed Fertility Center is among a limited number of fertility centers now offering Minimal Stimulation In Vitro Fertilization (MS- IVF). MS-IVF is a less invasive procedure than conventional IVF. The difference between conventional IVF and Minimal Stimulation IVF is the intensity of ovarian stimulation.
Polycystic ovary syndrome
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is caused by a female hormonal imbalance. ReproMed Fertility Center is particularly well-versed in diagnosing and helping women overcome this condition. Small cysts may form on the woman’s ovaries, resulting in fertility issues. Dr. Pinto will discuss any symptoms you are experiencing.
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Miscarriages are extremely common occurrences and can be devastating for any couple wanting children. There are a number of causes for recurrent pregnancy loss, the most common of which is a chromosomal abnormality in the baby. Repromed Fertility Center is dedicated to helping diagnose any fertility issues.
Tubal reversal (untying tubes) refers to a surgical procedure that restores patency of the fallopian tubes after their ligation. The procedure is highly successful, with average pregnancy rates in the 60-70% range, being higher in younger patients and lower in an older population. The success of the procedure is based on the couple’s.
What Is Egg Freezing?
Egg freezing, also known as oocyte cryopreservation, is an assisted reproductive technique that allows woman to preserve their eggs for later use. Egg freezing is a great option for women who wish to delay pregnancy to focus on their career, higher education, personal goals and relationships.
Individuals and LGBT
Most LGBT and Single people do not have infertility issues besides lacking a partner of the opposite sex. This makes the evaluation and treatment-plan more streamlined, and often the prognosis is better than that of heterosexual couples who have not been able to conceive on their own.
ERA is the first test developed to evaluate the patients optimal time, according to their unique genetics, for an embryo to be implanted into the uterus to achieve the goal of becoming pregnant. ERA helps reveal the patient’s personalized window to determine the best time during their cycle that the uterus is most receptive.