Women’s Health Care specializes in the diagnosis and first line treatment of infertility. Infertility refers to the inability to get pregnant after actively trying for a period over 12 months.
If you are over the age of 35 and have been actively trying to get pregnant for 6 months without success, an evaluation is recommended. Approximately 12% of heterosexual couples in the United States are affected by infertility.
In nearly 85% of cases, infertility can be treated with medication or surgery. There are many possible causes of infertility including ovulation disorders, endometriosis, problems with egg/sperm count or quality, hormonal imbalances or blocked fallopian tubes. Often, infertility can be unexplained with no specific cause.
Infertility is a very complex and emotional problem that requires individualized treatment. We understand that most couples do not expect to face challenges with fertility. Our providers will ensure you are part of the process in developing a treatment plan and that you have our utmost support during this physically and emotionally demanding process. At our practice, all treatment plans are individualized specifically to your needs and revisited at every appointment because we are dedicated to your treatment and fertility success.