Fertility clinics are integral to understanding infertility and helping couples start families. MCRM Fertility offers various treatments geared toward helping you get pregnant. Our specialists conduct comprehensive assessments to identify the best fertility treatments for our patients. Here are the available fertility treatments provided at MCRM Fertility:
This treatment involves using medications to stimulate ovulation among women with ovulation dysfunction disorders like irregular ovulation or anovulation. Sometimes referred to as assisted timed-intercourse or TI.
Our fertility specialists may recommend ovulation induction after determining infertility isn’t caused by severe male factors or tubal issues. They may administer hormones like follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) to help induce ovulation and then monitor patients’ ovulation cycles using ultrasounds. Regular monitoring allows the specialists to determine the effectiveness of prescribed medications and to determine the optimum timing to attempt to conceive.
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
IUI, also referred to as artificial insemination, is a treatment option that may be right for you if your fertility difficulties are related to minor male factor and/or cervical factor. IUI uses the process of ovulation induction plus involves placing prepared sperm directly into a woman’s uterus. You can use your partner’s sperm for fertilization or choose a donor sperm. The latter is popular with patients whose partners have low sperm counts, single women, and same-sex couples. IUI can also be ideal for women with sexual dysfunction, as they don’t need to be intimate with their partners to get pregnant.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
IVF is the treatment option with the highest success rate. Patients inflicted by the following may want to consider this form of fertility care:
- Endometriosis: The growth of the uterine lining outside the uterus can affect reproductive organs’ functions.
- Fallopian tube damage: This may make it difficult for sperm to reach the egg or for a fertilized egg to move to the uterus.
- Poor sperm quality or quantity: This reduces the odds of pregnancy as there are few healthy sperms to fertilize an egg.
- Diminished Ovarian Reserve (DOR): Simply, diminished ovarian reserve occurs when one has less eggs within their ovaries compared to statistical age-based normal values.
- Recurrent Miscarriage
- Multiple Factors
- Desired use of donor eggs or a gestational surrogate
- Family Balancing (Gender Selection)
- Reduce Risk of a Carrier of a Genetic Disorder
Our IVF treatment process includes ovarian induction, sperm selection, egg retrieval, assisted hatching, and embryo transfer. Embryo freezing is also available as a way of preserving your fertility for the future.
Discover the Best Treatment for You
MCRM fertility clinics can help you conceive, making your parenting dream a reality. We can help you get the information you need to make an informed decision about your fertility options. Contact us today to schedule a fertility consultation.