Advanced Fertility Solutions for Patients Unable to Conceive

There’s no question that infertility issues can have a major impact on couples trying to conceive. The emotional toll has the potential to cause serious strife, and in the case of this couple in Tennessee who faced extended infertility issues, could even cause partners to go their separate ways. Infertility is a common condition that affects many couples in the United States, but doesn’t necessarily get the attention that it deserves.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, six percent of women under the age of 44 are unable to get pregnant after a year of trying. About 12 percent of women aged 15–44 will have trouble but will eventually conceive. This isn’t just a female issue either. The CDC estimates that as much 7.5 percent of men under the age of 45 with sexual experience had gone to a fertility specialist to assess their condition.

There are so many different issues for women and men that could potentially cause infertility. In addition to aging, smoking, and excessive alcohol use, endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome can potentially affect fertility for women. Besides lifestyle concerns, men could have fertility issues due to varicoceles, diabetes, cystic fibrosis, testicular malfunction, and trauma, among others.

Any couple under the age of 35 who has tried getting pregnant for over a year and any couple over 35 who has tried for six months should seek the health of fertility specialists who can offer advanced fertility solutions. The dedicated and caring doctors, nurses, and staff members at Chicago IVF are proud to offer compassionate, results-oriented care throughout the entire process that hopefully ends with a new member being added to the family.

Our advanced fertility care solutions include

· In Vitro Fertilization (IVF),

· Intrauterine Insemination (IUI),

· Fertility Preservation and others.

The first step in determining what treatment options may be best for a patient’s particular situation is to make an appointment with one of our expert fertility specialists. Our doctors and nurses can assess your medical history, complete a thorough diagnostic exam, and answer any questions that will lead to a diagnosis and treatment program. The type of treatment recommended will be dependent on the underlying conditions that are affecting fertility of one or both partners.

If you have tried to conceive in the past with no success, schedule an appointment today to learn more about what options may be available to you.