OUR SUCCESS RATES
Success rates are complicated, but we're proud to have incredibly high single baby birth rates. We'd love to encourage you to learn more at SART.org.
The inability to conceive can be caused by a variety of factors. The key is assessment--- we have a number of ways to help you identify that factor in order to create a clear personalized plan.
Infertility is defined as the inability to achieve pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse. Because age can have a significant impact on fertility, women who are 35 years or older should see a reproductive specialist after six months of trying to conceive without success.
Other reasons for seeking a fertility evaluation may include:
Irregular menstrual cycles (less than every 25 days or more than 35 days), which may suggest that a woman is not ovulating
Previous pelvic surgery or infection(s), which may suggest fallopian tube disease
Painful periods, which may suggest endometriosis
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Our expert staff understands that not being able to conceive on your own timeline can be incredibly stressful. Feelings of anxiety, frustration, guilt, and insecurity are completely normal.
The good news is that simple fertility testing is available and, if treatment is needed, we'll be able to help guide you.