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In Vitro Fertilization (ivf) in Cincinnati, Ohio (OH)

For people who have been unable to conceive on their own IVF is a successful solution. IVF or in vitro fertilization is a process to help men and women achieve the dream of having a child of their own.

IVF starts with a woman receiving hormones to stimulate the growth of eggs. These eggs are removed, then incubated with sperm in order to fertilize and hopefully develop into embryos. Once the embryos form they are then placed back into the uterus to create a baby.

If you are interested in learning more about IVF contact a local fertility specialist today.

About Bethesda Fertility Center

Treating patients of Ohio is the Cincinnati fertility clinic Bethesda Fertility Center featuring a strong and experienced team of medical professionals devoted to infertility conditions. Dr. Glen Hofman, MD, PhD and staff assist patients toward healthier new babies and families each day. Every day many families are affected by infertility concerns and having the latest medical technology available has created many opportunities. This Cincinnati fertility clinic is devoted to offering a number of complex and state of the art fertility treatment options which support the well being of patients. Surrogacy and tubal reversal are two common sought procedures, as well as egg donation programs. In vitro fertilization is a common procedure as well which enhances the bodies ability to conceive. Patients are also offered intrauterine insemination and preimplantation genetic diagnosis, which both enhance successful and healthy fertility. This Cincinnati fertility clinic treats patients facing fertility concerns from within Cincinnati and beyond.

Bethesda Fertility Center
Toll Free: 866-574-3795
Glen E. Hofmann, MD - Medical Director
Pradeep Warikoo, PhD – Director IVF lab

10506 Montgomery Road
Suite 303 and 305
Cincinnati, OH 45242

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