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Our Approach to Fertility Health

Our experienced team will work relentlessly to help you meet your needs—all in an environment of compassionate intervention, sophisticated technology, and goal-oriented reproductive care.

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Treating Female and Male Infertility

Both women and men can have conditions that cause infertility. About one-third of infertility results from women's challenges; another third from men’s. The remaining cases are a mix of issues or circumstances that may never be completely understood. If you are having trouble getting pregnant, both partners can benefit from an evaluation.

For women, there are several different reasons why you might be having trouble conceiving, and diagnostic procedures can help identify the cause of infertility. Sometimes, diagnosis can be easy—just a matter of conducting a few simple tests. Other times, pinpointing the cause requires time and patience. And, in many cases—about 1 in 3—no cause of infertility can be found.

We also offer comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for male infertility. Conditions we treat include male-factor infertility, andrology and male sexual dysfunction. We provide an individualized approach to care and collaborate with the Department of Urology to offer you the most advanced treatments available.

In This Section...

Secondary Infertility

Assistance for couples who have trouble conceiving a second child.

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

We conduct a thorough evaluation of both partners to help determine why maintaining a pregnancy is difficult.

PCOS

Services for women to manage their polycystic ovary syndrome symptoms and related conditions.

Endometriosis

If you have been diagnosed with endometriosis and haven’t gotten pregnant after six or seven months of trying, we can help.

LGBTQ Family Building

Services to help same-sex and transgender individuals and couples become parents.

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