If you have been unable to get pregnant, IVF may be the best first treatment option for you – skipping IUI altogether – especially if you have blocked Fallopian tubes.
Two Men – or – Two Women? You want to start the process of building a family of your own. You must become well-informed about your options for choosing the most successful and financially feasible LGBT fertility treatment plan.
You can supplement your fertility by increasing your intake of foods rich in Vitamin B-6 – such as fortified grains. Vitamin B-6 has been scientifically linked to positive pregnancy tests. NOTE: No more than 100 milligrams of a Vitamin B-6 supplement daily is recommended according to the National Institutes of Health.
Finding a source to finance your upcoming IVF treatment may seem like a daunting process. But – it doesn’t have to be – when you find a streamlined approach from a vast array of financing options. Your stress level before, during, and after IVF will be reduced and – therefore – your chances of pregnancy success will be increased.
A complete IVF treatment plan requires the expertise use of advanced ancillary treatment options to increase the odds of conception. Advanced IVF ancillary procedures greatly improve your chances of conceiving successfully and giving birth to a healthy baby.
The successful use of key fertility medications is the backbone of any infertility treatment plan. There are many medical conditions that can be corrected through key fertility medications alone, such as ovulation disorders due to PCOS. Fertility medications greatly increase a woman’s chances of conceiving and carrying a baby to full term.
Reciprocal IVF — also known as partner-assisted reproduction or partner IVF — is a form of IVF that allows both female partners to be physically involved in the conception of their baby. This is an appealing option for many lesbian couples who do not have fertility issues.
An often undiagnosed reproductive condition – Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) – is symptomatic among young girls. PCOS is a lifelong hormonal disorder appearing during a woman’s early reproductive years. It is one of the most common causes of female infertility.
Let’s walk through your fertility preservation options – based on your personal needs. Fertility preservation allows both women and men to extend their option of conceiving biological children into the future. With the expertise help of Dr. Laurance A. Jacobs, you can cryopreserve – freeze – your eggs, sperm, and embryos for future conception.