Infertility Treatment Options
By Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies
July 13, 2021
Category: Women's Health

Getting pregnant may end up being more difficult than you may have expected. There are many issues that you may face when it comes to getting pregnant and it’s important to understand how infertility treatment can help you and your journey to pregnancy. Your South Florida physicians at Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies in Weston, FL, and serving patients from South Florida, Orlando, and throughout the state can help you find an infertility treatment that is best for you!

Treating Infertility

Infertility can occur in both men and women, and your South Florida physicians in Weston, FL, and serving patients from South Florida, Orlando, and throughout the state can perform tests to determine what the cause of infertility may be. Once your doctor is able to determine the cause of infertility, they can help you select the best infertility treatment to hopefully help result in successful conception and pregnancy. Usually, your doctor may recommend more than one form of treatment for the best results.

Some common forms of infertility treatments are:

  • Fertility drugs help stimulate ovulation.
  • Insemination of healthy sperm during ovulation.
  • Surgery to correct endometriosis or blocked fallopian tubes.

If none of the above infertility treatments help, in vitro fertilization, also known as IVF, can be done to fertilize the egg outside the uterus. Once the egg is successfully fertilized, it’s then implanted into the uterus to grow and develop on its own. Infertility doesn’t mean that all hope of conceiving a child is lost. When you work with your physician to treat your infertility, you may be able to get successfully get pregnant.

Contact Your Physician Today!

Infertility treatments can provide you with the hope and possibility of conception. Contact your South Florida physicians at Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies in Weston, FL, and serving patients from South Florida, Orlando, and throughout the state today at (954) 217-3456.

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