Infertility

According to the Office on Women’s Health approximately 10% of women in the United States have difficultly either conceiving or carrying a baby to term. Infertility used to be a taboo subject but the reality is that 6.1 million women (in the U.S. alone) will face some form of infertility this year.

Our providers will work with you to understand what may be causing your infertility and create a detailed plan to work toward a successful, full-term pregnancy. We provide counseling for both partners to determine what issues may be preventing them from conceiving. We offer ovulation induction (including the use of Clomid and Letrozole) for those who may need help ovulating. In addition to our in-office fertility work, our providers have close working relationships with the areas best reproductive endocrinologists to ensure each of our patients is getting the correct care.