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When to See a Fertility Specialist

  • Age: If you have been trying to get pregnant for one year and are under 35, or for six months and you're over 35, you should consult a Fertility Specialist. Age>35 warrants prompt evaluation and referral after 6 months of trying naturally. One of the basic tenets of reproduction is that loss of eggs (oocytes) accelerates over the age of 35 and particularly over 37, causing age-related infertility. A family history of early menopause especially below 40 is another reason to refer to a fertility specialist sooner as there is a hereditary component to age-related infertility.

  • If you have had In Vitro Fertilization Cycles that have failed, a Fertility Specialist should be able to help.

  • Moderate to severe male factor infertility: An abnormal semen analysis showing low counts, motility, or morphology can require further evaluation or treatment with a Reproductive Endocrinologist with experience in male infertility, intrauterine insemination (IUI: placing washed sperm in the uterus),FSP: fallopian tube sperm perfusion, or IVF with ICSI (fertilizing eggs and sperm in the laboratory).

  • You are a young single woman or couple who is involved in your career and do not want to put it on hold while you have a baby. We can preserve your eggs or your embryos and save them for later when you decide the time is right for you.

  • Tubal abnormalities on HSG: Any evidence of tubal blockage may warrant surgical evaluation by laparoscopy or in vitro fertilization.

  • You have just been diagnosed with cancer and your oncologist recommends that you speak with a specialist about fertility preservation.

  • Recurrent miscarriage: Two or more first trimester miscarriages (in first 12 weeks) or one second trimester (after 13 weeks) miscarriage are reasons for further evaluation. There are certain genetic, immune and blood clotting disorders that can be tested for and treated to prevent future miscarriages./li>

  • History of genetic disorder: A strong family history of any genetic disorder (i.e. thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, familial breast cancer) can mean that the genes responsible can be passed on to children. With the advent of IVF with preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), embryos can be created and tested for specific genes to avoid pregnancy with an embryo with the abnormal gene.

  • Pelvic pain/endometriosis/fibroids/irregular cycles: Menstrual cycle irregularities and pain can indicate the presence of PCOS, endometriosis, or fibroids, all of which can contribute to infertility.

  • Chronic medical problems: A significant medical history such as hypertension, obesity, diabetes, autoimmune conditions, or blood clotting disorders can lead to pregnancy complications and contribute to infertility. When the initial infertility evaluation is performed in a timely fashion and a prompt referral is made when abnormalities are found, most infertile couples have a good prognosis.

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Since 1995, we have been an innovator in, IVF, infertility treatment, and genetics care, and have helped thousands of patients worldwide realize their dreams of starting a family.

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Why Choose Embryo Adoption

A more private way to adopt

The process of receiving donated embryos is less obvious to the public which allows for more privacy than traditional adoption.

  • Greater degree of privacy
  • Anonymous
  • More control of timing

More convenient than IVF

Some intended parents may choose embryo adoption for its speed and convenience

  • Fewer procedures than IVF
  • No surgical retrieval
  • Fewer medications

More cost-effective

Embryo adoption is a fraction of the cost of traditional adoption and less than the average cost of IVF

  • Lower cost than traditional adoption
  • Lower cost than most IVF options
  • Lower cost medications

Less waiting

The waiting period for embryo adoption can be shorter than that traditional adoption and often quicker than IVF

  • Shorter waiting times
  • Quicker than IVF
  • Fewer clinic visits

Genetic diversity

In some cases, intended parents may wish to have a child who doesn't share their genetic material for medical reasons or personal ones.

  • Avoid passing on a hereditary disease
  • Choice of genetic makeup
  • Increased potential for a healthy baby

High success rates

Compared to IVF with you own eggs and sperm, using donated embryos often has a similar or higher success rate

  • Typically better outcomes

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