Infertility treatment options in Mesa, Tempe, and beyond can vary greatly. The cause of your infertility and the length to which you’re willing to go to become pregnant could affect the options that are available to you. To have someone from Arizona Associates for Women’s Health contact you about fertility care, take this brief five-question fertility questionnaire. Learn more about infertility treatments below.
3 Infertility Treatment Options
- Fertility drugs are a first-line therapy in many cases of infertility – for both men and women. For women, fertility drugs may be used to regulate ovulation. Having a regular cycle with successful ovulation can sometimes improve a couple’s chances of conception. Even with drugs, you still may have to wait several months to see results.
- Intrauterine insemination is another infertility treatment option. During this in-office procedure, healthy sperm are inserted directly into the uterus near or during the time of ovulation. When combined with fertility drugs, intrauterine insemination can sometimes help achieve pregnancy. Still, this therapy doesn’t work for all couples.
- Surgery is sometimes necessary if you have fibroids, cysts, endometriosis, or another condition that’s interfering with conception. Women seeking infertility treatment in Mesa or Tempe – who also have one of these conditions – may be candidates for da Vinci® cyst/fibroid removal. da Vinci is a minimally invasive, robot-assisted surgical tool; procedures are almost always done on an outpatient basis. As with any gynecologic surgical procedure, there is always a risk that surgery could make pregnancy impossible later on.
There’s no single fertility treatment that serves as a one-size-fits-all therapy. At Arizona Associates for Women’s Health, we work to help you achieve your goals, recognizing that each woman and couple has a unique circumstance. Not sure when’s the right time to see a fertility specialist? Read this post.
Schedule Your Fertility Care Appointment
To learn more about fertility and infertility treatment in Tempe and Mesa, call 480-257-2700. Why wait to start growing the family you’ve dreamed of having? Schedule an appointment with a fertility specialist in Mesa or Tempe today.
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