Surgery is an important tool used in treating women's health conditions that contribute to infertility. Minimally invasive and robotic techniques can lead to improved outcomes and quicker healing.
Fertility Treatment & Testing
IUI is an artificial insemination procedure in which a doctor transfers sperm from a man directly into a woman’s uterus to help her get pregnant. Individuals needing donor sperm and people with some infertility conditions may consider using IUI to get pregnant.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the most successful fertility treatment for male & female infertility issues such as endometriosis or low ovarian reserve.
Preimplantation genetic testing refers to the two types of tests that may be performed on embryos during IVF: PGS and PGD. Learn more about genetic testing.
Surrogacy and donation used with assisted reproductive techniques allow patients to become biological parents when not otherwise possible.
Women & Infants’ Fertility Center provides highly successful third-party reproduction treatments for LGBTQ couples and individuals.
For medical & social reasons, men & women may choose to preserve their future fertility. Learn about our Fertility Preservation Program & cutting-edge lab.
Patients undergoing certain fertility treatments are prescribed injectable medications that are to be self-administered at prescribed intervals between appointments. Refer to these tips and videos for self-injection.
If a woman is unable to get pregnant after more than a year of trying she should consider fertility testing. Learn about fertility testing and diagnosis for women.
If a couple is unable to get pregnant after a year of trying they should consider fertility testing for men. Learn about testing options.
Ovulation induction is a treatment for anovulation, an infertility condition in which follicles in a woman’s ovary do not mature and release eggs.
Conceive at Women & Infants’ Fertility Center and continue with pregnancy, labor and delivery with an obstetrician or midwife at Women & Infants Hospital.