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Diagnosing infertility

The first step to working towards your family goals is to gain a full understanding of your fertility. We provide comprehensive testing for females and males, beginning with your medical history and a physical exam. Specific testing includes:

  • Hormonal blood tests: We check hormonal levels that tell us about your ovarian reserve as well as the quantity and quality of your eggs.
  • Ultrasound: We perform an ultrasound of the ovaries, endometrial lining, and uterus.
  • Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT): If you plan on in vitro fertilization (IVF), your physician will be able to select embryos predicted to be free of a specific genetic condition or chromosome abnormalities for transfer.
  • Semen analysis: We evaluate your sperm count, sperm motility and shape, and volume of ejaculate.
  • Hormonal blood testing: We check levels of hormones that affect sperm production and overall health.
  • And more: With many factors in play, we will comprehensively test your reproductive health to optimize your fertility and inform your treatment plan.

Learn more about fertility testing and diagnostics .

Treatment

From noninvasive treatments to surgical procedures and family planning, we are here to give you the most advanced treatment and support every step of the way.

Intrauterine insemination and low-tech fertility treatments

Low-tech fertility treatments are minimally invasive, lower cost, and do not involve fertilization outside of the uterus. Treatments include the use of oral medications, as well as natural and medicated intrauterine insemination (IUI).

Learn more about Low-Tech Fertility Treatments

In vitro fertilization (IVF)

In vitro fertilization (IVF) can treat a variety of female and male causes of infertility. Achieving pregnancy by retrieving eggs and sperm in order to create embryos in a laboratory setting before placing the embryo into the uterus.

Learn more about IVF.

Egg freezing and fertility preservation

Fertility preservation involves cryopreserving (freezing) eggs, sperm, or embryos for use in the future. These options are often motivated by personal reasons, or for medical purposes such as preserving fertility prior to undergoing cancer treatment.

Learn more about egg freezing and fertility preservation.

Egg donation

Egg donation can help a variety of patients achieve their family-building goals, including women with impaired ovarian function, same-sex male couples, and single men.

Learn more about egg donation .

LGBTQ+ family building

Our team has been helping LGBTQ+ individuals and couples become parents since 2001. We help you navigate the many aspects of treatment and building your family using egg and sperm donation and gestational carriers.

Learn more about LGBTQ + family building.

Medical care and help

Our experienced physicians will work with you every step of the way to ensure your health and the health of your future child.

To find a reproductive specialist near you, visit our providers page.

Contact us if you have any questions.