Medical experts estimate that about 10% of American women have difficulty either getting or staying pregnant.
Infertility impacts countless couples wanting to conceive every year. But infertility doesn’t always mean you can’t get pregnant and have the family you desire. It may simply mean that you might need a little medical intervention to help you achieve your goals.
Because a number of underlying issues affect your fertility success, and even your pregnancy, it’s important to have a comprehensive evaluation to get to the root of your infertility as soon as possible.
To get pregnant, you must release an egg from your ovaries, which then travels down your fallopian tube and joins with a sperm. Then, this fertilized egg has to attach itself to the inner lining of your uterus. If there are any abnormalities or issues with any of these organs or processes, it can be challenging for you to become pregnant.
Sometimes, infertility may be linked to the size, movement, or shape of sperm. No matter what’s causing your infertility struggles, you can get the compassionate care you need at Garden OB/GYN.
Absolutely! At Garden OB/GYN, your dedicated practitioner runs one or more fertility screenings, such as ovulation testing, hormone testing, or a hysterosalpingography, to pinpoint the cause of your infertility.
These infertility medications are taken either orally or through injections, depending on the drug. As an alternative, if sperm quality is of concern, your practitioner at Garden OB/GYN may recommend an in-office intrauterine insemination (IUI) to insert your partner’s semen directly into your uterine cavity.
Garden OB/GYN also offers a full range of infertility treatments and fertility preservation options, to give you even more options to conceive.
Schedule your infertility evaluation at Garden OB/GYN today. You can conveniently book your appointment online or over the phone.