In Vitro Fertilization

Where Science Meets Hope, Resilience, and Unwavering Love

IVF is the remarkable journey where science meets the deepest of human aspirations, where hope takes root in the laboratory of possibility, and where the miracle of life is woven from the threads of determination, resilience, and unwavering love.

Continue reading to learn more about the IVF process and determine if IVF is right for you.

What is IVF?

In vitro fertilization, or IVF, is the process of manually combining sperm with an egg in a laboratory dish for fertilization. The embryo is then transferred to the uterus. IVF is often used to treat infertility due to a decreased sperm motility or sperm count, ovulation disorders or uterine fibroids, or with individuals who suffer from a genetic disorder that results in infertility.

From stimulation to retrieval, in vitro fertilization (IVF) is a four-step process, which may be the best option for you and your partner. A consultation allows you to review all your pregnancy options and decide what next steps to take.

How Long is the Entire IVF Process?

Starting from the time of the initial consult with the doctor, it takes about 4-6 weeks, on average, to go through the treatment process. However, a pregnancy will not usually occur until approximately 8 weeks after the first consultation. If you’re aiming for a pregnancy within a certain month, consider this timespan when planning.

How Much Does IVF Cost?

Only 30% of most health insurance plans cover IVF, although they frequently cover a workup and subsequent diagnosis of fertility problems. The good news is that treating infertility at Red Rock Fertility is much more affordable than you think, with programs like a “lay-away” payment program, financing options through local banks, and specialized financial counselors for personalized budgeting.

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Is IVF For Everybody?

Not everyone is a good candidate for IVF. Some women can get pregnant on their own or with minimal assistance. It’s best to explore all alternative options first. Prior to undergoing the IVF procedure, there are several diagnostic tests which are performed:

A semen analysis is required for the male to measure the sperm count, check how they’re shaped, and see how well they’re moving. With this analysis, the doctor can check for any abnormalities.

For the female, an egg quality assessment is performed on the third day of the menstrual cycle. During an ultrasound, the doctor will count the number eggs on each ovary and match it with the FHS level. FHS is a follicle stimulating hormone produced by the brain responsible for developing the egg every month. This will determine where a woman is in her fertility status.

How to Decide if IVF is Right for You

Fertility treatment is a complicated process, so choosing the right fertility center is important if you want to ensure that your money is well-spent. In Vitro Fertilization or IVF requires the use of specialized and expensive equipment as well as a staff of professionals who are trained to handle each step of the process from start to finish.

The decision to undergo fertility treatments can be a stressful one. When you factor in the potential costs of those treatments, that decision can become overwhelming. Only 30% of most health insurance plans cover IVF, although they frequently cover a workup and subsequent diagnosis of fertility problems. The good news is that treating infertility is much more affordable than you think.

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About Us

Our Clinic

Our state-of-the-art facility is specially designed to better accommodate our growing patient base. The clinic, located at 9120 West Russell Road in Las Vegas, is 12,800 square-feet—twice the size of our former facility. The building, designed by Las Vegas architecture firm IZ Design Studio gives us the space and opportunity to better serve our patients.

Everything we do at Red Rock Fertility Center is aimed at providing patients with an unparalleled experience and the opportunity for the best chance of success. This new location gives us the tools to make this goal a reality for many more individuals seeking fertility treatment.