When getting pregnant is a challenge, we’re ready to help

We share your dreams for snuggling a newborn in your arms. And we have the training to help you make it happen. Our physicians offer years of experience and expertise in:

  • Endometriosis (when tissue that is normally in the uterus grows outside the uterus, which can affect the ability to get pregnant)
  • Evaluation of high levels of prolactin (hyperprolactinemia), a hormone that both men and women have that can impact fertility
  • Evaluation of the number and quality of eggs a woman has (ovarian reserve testing)
  • Genetic screening for inheritable diseases
  • In vitro fertilization (IVF), or removing a woman’s egg to fertilize it and then placing it back into the woman’s uterus
  • Identifying genetic defects, or conditions a baby might be born with, during IVF (preimplantation genetic diagnosis, or PGD)
  • Increasing the number of eggs that can get fertilized (inducing ovulation)
  • Insemination of a man’s sperm into a woman’s body
  • Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), used during IVF to help with fertility issues related to sperm
  • Loss of the normal function of the ovaries (including release of eggs) before age 40. Also called premature ovarian failure
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a condition that affects a woman’s hormones related to fertility and pregnancy
  • Treating conditions that result in multiple miscarriages
  • Care before or after cancer treatment, to help you have a baby
  • Microsurgery and other “assisted reproductive technologies” (ART) to help you become pregnant. These procedures include reconstructing the fallopian tubes (tubal anastomosis), reversing a tubal ligation (tubal reanastomosis) and in vitro fertilization