Fertility clinics help individuals become parents by offering specialized treatments to combat infertility. MCRM Fertility’s team of knowledgeable and supportive professionals are dedicated to helping patients achieve their dreams of having a family. Here are some FAQs about fertility clinics to help you better understand what to expect from us:
What Is a Fertility Clinic?
Fertility clinics specializes in diagnosing and treating fertility issues such as blocked fallopian tubes, low sperm mobility, and endometriosis.
At MCRM Fertility, we help individuals and couples struggling with infertility to conceive. Our doctors are experts in Obstetrics and Gynecology and specialists in reproductive medicine and infertility.
Who Can Benefit from a Fertility Clinic?
Anyone having trouble getting pregnant can benefit from a fertility clinic. MCRM Fertility assists individuals with infertility because of age, medical conditions, and genetic issues. Common conditions we assist include endometriosis, blocked tubes, poor sperm quality, low sperm quantity and low ovarian reserve. We also assist individuals from the LGBTQ community build their families.
What Treatments Can I Expect from a Fertility Clinic?
We offer fertility treatments like ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination (IUI), and in vitro fertilization (IVF). Our specialists determine the most effective treatment by conducting a comprehensive fertility evaluation to determine the cause of infertility.
Our specialists may recommend ovulation induction if you have ovulation dysfunction. A recommendation of IUI if may be made for minor male factor infertility. An IVF recommendation may be provided if there’s major male factor infertility, tubal problems, or medical conditions like endometriosis. IVF with donor eggs may be recommended for individuals with low ovarian reserve or a lack of egg supply.
How Does a Fertility Clinic Diagnose Infertility?
We diagnose infertility by assessing an individual or couple’s medical history, performing physical examinations, and conducting diagnostic tests. Tests to expect include:
- Semen analysis to determine if a problem with your partner’s semen may be causing infertility
- Ovulation test to determine if you’re ovulating
- Ovarian reserve testing to determine the number of eggs available for ovulation
- Imaging tests like pelvic ultrasounds to identify abnormalities in the reproductive system
What Should I Expect During My Initial Visit?
At your initial visit, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with one of our fertility specialists. The fertility specialist will review your medical and fertility history with you. They will also review any prior testing you may have recently completed with your OBGYN or general physician. Some general discussion of possible paths to treatment may also be discussed.
Next, the fertility specialist may recommend fertility evaluation testing. You and your partner will likely undergo tests for both female and male fertility factors to determine the cause of your fertility troubles. These tests help us understand your condition and determine the most appropriate treatment for you. Our specialists will then decide when to start treatment based on factors like hormone levels and your ovulation cycle.
How Much Does Fertility Treatment Cost?
The cost of fertility treatment varies depending on the type of treatment you need. Treatments like IUI and IVF are more expensive than ovulation induction. At MCRM Fertility, we aim to make whichever treatment your specialist recommends as financially manageable as possible.
We assign financial counselors to our patients to offer financial guidance. Your counselor will assess your insurance coverage and benefits and develop a unique financial plan to help you cover your costs.
We give patients access to reliable lenders who share our desire to help individuals become parents. To reduce the financial burden of fertility treatments, MCRM Fertility offers discount programs for educators, first responders, and active and retired service men and women.
How Long Do Fertility Treatments Take?
Treatment durations vary depending on the type of treatment and an individual’s unique circumstances. Treatments like ovulation induction may take a few weeks, whereas others, like IVF, may require several weeks or months. After assessing your situation, our specialists will discuss your treatment’s timeline and recommend the best time to schedule follow-up appointments.
Choose MCRM Fertility Clinics for Your Fertility Needs
At MCRM Fertility, we offer individuals or couples struggling with infertility the necessary medical care and support to achieve their dreams of becoming parents. We offer a range of services, such as infertility evaluations, diagnostic testing, fertility treatments, and emotional and psychological support. Contact us for the best fertility solutions.