A vital concept to remember while undergoing treatments is to know what to expect. Many fertility treatment options restore normal pregnancy rates per month and thus may take more time to achieve success. In vitro fertilization (IVF) exceeds the natural biologic monthly conception rates and IFC offers some of the top success rates in the nation. Discussing specific treatment options with your physician and setting appropriate expectations will help you make informed decisions and reduce frustration. Reviewing results and conclusions at specific set points can also help you transition to new treatment option or stop a certain treatment.
IVF and Fertility Treatment Services
IVF and Related Techniques
IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization) is the fertility treatment that many people are most familiar with. The process has many related aspects and treatments that we use when discovering the best way to serve you and help you in your journey to parenthood.
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Finding another way
We have many patients that have undergone the IVF treatment, but we also have helped many others who have seen great improvements from different techniques such as the following.
Once a diagnosis has been made, we have specific treatment plans that will overcome every cause of infertility. While there are common elements, each plan is customized to the individual patient.
What to Expect
A vital concept to remember while undergoing treatments is to know what to expect. For example, the normal ability for a couple to conceive approximates only 20% per month. It is not as easy as most people think. Only 1 in 5 couples are pregnant per month when everything functions correctly. It takes an average of 3 to 6 months for most to conceive. Thus, if a treatment effectively overcomes the barrier causing infertility, then we typically expect only 20% to get pregnant. This is the reason why all treatments extend over a 3 to 6 month time frame.
How Long to Continue Treatment
The second concept that is equally important is to know when to quit a certain treatment plan. Too many people quit too soon or extend ineffective treatments too long leading to further frustration and hopelessness. It is crucial to see a skilled physician properly trained in treating infertility for the highest rate and least cost of achieving a successful pregnancy.