Our clinic’s in-vitro fertilization process is an effective fertility treatment with high success rates for those facing a range of fertility diagnoses.
Fertility Treatments & Services
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
Intrauterine insemination is a reliable and affordable fertility treatment to aid in cases tied to male infertility, sperm donors, and endometriosis.
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We offer egg, embryo, and sperm freezing fertility preservation options to help men, women, and couples have a greater range of reproductive freedom.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Can I Do To Improve My Chances Of Getting Pregnant?
One of the most common questions that I am frequently asked is “what can I do in order to increase my chances of getting pregnant” and I would say that depends on your general state of health at this point in time. If you are technically overweight, then the process of losing weight to a BMI of about 25 or less, between 20-25 is most optimal, that will help tremendously because estrogen and other hormones are stored in the fat cells and sometimes when you have excess fat cells, these hormones can inhibit the process of ovulation and therefore cause you to be infertile […] View the full post here >>
What Should You Avoid When Trying To Get Pregnant?
I would say some of the most detrimental toxins that can be hazardous to your fertility are pesticides, also BPA, like things that are found in a lot of the plastics that are used on a regular basis and then in sunscreens. The Oxybenzone, Dioxybenzone, all of those things have been shown, if you go to SkinDeep.com, to be reproductively hazardous. The safer sunscreens are the ones that contain zinc-oxide and things like that where it reflects the sunlight rather than absorbing the UV rays into the body. These Benzones can be kind of estrogenic and can cause fertility problems.
When you look at organic products, you really have to scrutinize whether they’re truly organic or parading it as organic. There are a lot of things that are labeled organic, which are not 100% organic. In order to get the certification, unfortunately you don’t have to have 100% of the contents to be organic. You just have to have the majority, or like 80%, and so therefore, there can still be toxic contaminations such as pesticides and other toxins in organic products. I know it’s a lot of research and everything that has to go into it and time and such. People don’t have the time to put into it, but it’s really worth it if you can look up some of the manufacturers, some of the producers and see how the produce is being developed and exactly what is going into it. How your meat is being developed.
Now there are meats that are being paraded around as organic because there’s no testing for other hormones that are in the meat, such as Zerinol. Zerinol is a progesterone like substance that causes cows to grow faster, but doesn’t get detected in the usual tests for growth hormones. There’s a lot of ways around the system and therefore you have to be very careful when you’re picking out your meats, your vegetables, and your produce.
Anything that’s going to go into your body can cause a toxic or hazardous reproductive reaction you definitely want to start avoiding if you’re getting ready to conceive.
Why Is Infertility Increasing?
The infertility population is growing drastically and I am not very happy with what I am seeing. I think that it’s a result of the environment, the toxins that are being placed into our environment on a daily basis. Those things are directly contributing towards infertility, and I’m getting busier and busier with every passing year and I definitely believe that is a result of worldwide toxins because we’re seeing infertility increase not just in the United States of America, but I see a lot of patients from Canada, from the UK, from Japan, everywhere and I think it’s the result of increased manufacturing in order to make things more convenient and in order to do that, they have to institute preservatives of other toxic substances that will allow our produce, our skin creams, all of the things that we use and intake into our bodies on a regular basis, those products contain things that are toxic to fertility.
Start To Finish, How Long is the IVF Process?
From the time of the initial consultation, on average it takes about 4-6 weeks to get through the testing process and then start treatment. Therefore a pregnancy will not take place usually about 2 months afterwards, after your initial consultation visit.
I know a lot of my patients try to time their visits so that they’re not carrying through the hot summer and whatnot, but the initial consultation visit usually is about two months prior to actually undergoing therapy so if you are one of those people who wants to deliver in a certain year or would like to try to aim to deliver in a certain month, you need to consider that when you’re scheduling your initial consultation visit.