Fertility Treatment Made Convenient

According to the CDC, 13.1% of U.S. women in between the age of 15-49 have impaired fecundity which is the technical term for the ability to produce offspring. Additionally, there are countless more that encounter difficulty getting pregnant that do not fall into that 13.1%. The point being that infertility is a prevalent obstacle for a lot more people than most think. It is nothing that anybody should feel ashamed about and is something that is very treatable.

Causes of Infertility

There are many causes of infertility.  Some of these include untreated prior chlamydia and gonorrhea, lack of ovulation, blocked fallopian tubes, poor egg quality, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids are just a few.  Additionally, there are many causes that are sperm related.    On top of those, advancing age also negatively impacts both females and males such that it is not unusual for couples to attempt getting pregnant for a year or more without any luck.    There are a variety of other risk factors all of which can make getting pregnant a daunting task.

Access to Treatment

The good news is that fertility treatment has greatly evolved over decades and many people that have encountered trouble in the past, can successfully become pregnant when they seek help. However, this process is not straightforward and is wrought with myths and misinformation.  IVF options was founded to assist in this journey. Prospective parents do not have to struggle through this process alone.

Many couples that have tried for a year or more without becoming pregnant often experience a range of emotions that include sadness, anger, despair, a sense of failure and tremendous stress. This is normal but getting help and quality information can alleviate some of these difficult emotions.

One of the frustrating parts of this seeking fertility treatment is figuring out who to see and how much it costs. IVF Options can greatly help by bringing transparency and providing information that is next to impossible to find if you seek it on your own. There are countless variations of treatments available and costs can run a wide spectrum. Additionally, all doctors (Reproductive Endocrinologists are the specialists that provide fertility treatment) do NOT provide the same quality of care. Selecting a Reproductive Endocrinologist is unique for everybody. Quality of care (success rates), cost, location, make up of practice, and therapies offered are just a few of the vitally important variables that should be considered to find the best fit. Normally this information is incredibly hard to assemble on your own and that is assuming you know exactly what information you should even seek. IVF Options was created with all of this in mind. We can help educate you on what items are important and then provide information and data to help you make side by side comparisons of Reproductive Endocrinologists so you can find the ideal fit.

Lastly, IVF Options has created a benefits network that provides negotiated rates with many of the countries best physicians that save patients thousands of dollars. Fertility treatment can be expensive and insurance coverage, or lack thereof, make cost of treatment an important consideration.

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