Here are the most commonly asked questions so we can hopefully answer some questions before your visit. If you don’t see an answer you’re looking for, please contact us. We are happy to answer all of your questions and concerns.

Infertility FAQs

Infertility is a reproductive system condition that causes difficulty or inability to conceive a child. Approximately 1 in 8 couples struggle with infertility, which can be attributed to both male and female factors.

Infertility can be caused by many reasons including hormone disorders, genetic conditions, birth defects, lifestyle or environmental factors, which can affect the male or female partner. About 30% of the time, both partners have conditions contributing to infertility. Even if a cause can’t be determined, most couples can successfully overcome infertility through skillful evaluation and treatment.

You may be diagnosed with infertility if you and your partner have been trying to conceive for at least one year with unprotected, timed intercourse and/or have had multiple miscarriages. A variety of tests are available including semen analysis, ovarian reserve assessment, uterine assessment and other hormone and lab tests.

Lots of research has been done on this subject, and the good news is that, in most cases, stress does not impact infertility. So, generally there is no need to “stress about your stress”. Only in extreme cases of stress, such as anorexia nervosa, does stress affect infertility, and is generally obvious because of menstrual irregularity.

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We are happy to see patients at any point in their fertility journey. Whether you have experienced recurrent miscarriages, are younger than 35 and have been trying for a year or 35 and been trying for 6 months with no success seek counseling sooner. If you are already aware of any health issues that could be preventing your pregnancy seek guidance early in your process.

Treatment FAQs

Treatment of infertility will be unique to each couple and vary depending on test results. Some of the options for treating infertility include emotional and lifestyle changes, timed intercourse, ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, in vitro fertilization or frozen embryo transfer. Learn more 

Ovulation is when a mature egg is released from the ovary. The egg then moves down the fallopian tube where it can be fertilized. If sperm are in the fallopian tube when the egg is released, there is a good chance that the egg will be fertilized, creating an embryo, which can grow into a baby.

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In Vitro Fertilization, or IVF, is an infertility treatment where an egg is fertilized by sperm outside of the body and then transferred into a woman’s uterus to establish a successful pregnancy.

At Conceptions Fertility Center, we offer various IVF treatment techniques to ensure the process will be as stress free, cost effective and as invasive-free to your life as possible. Every journey to parenthood is different and we have cultivated a dynamic range of services for us to truly customize your experience and give you the best possible chance of a successful pregnancy.

Financial FAQs

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We understand the many questions associated with fertility health. At Conceptions Fertility, we are here to answer all of your questions and concerns. To learn more, schedule a consultation with us.