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Infertility Treatments near Universal City, CA (California)

Pacific Fertility Center Los Angeles
10921 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700

Los Angeles , California 90024
Distance: 7.24 Miles
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Toll Free: 310-773-5505

USC Fertility
1127 Wilshire Boulevard
Suite 1400
Los Angeles, California 90017
Distance: 7.86 Miles
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Toll Free: 866-467-9636

Fertility Friends
10425 Santa Monica Blvd
Suite 300
Los Angeles, California 90025
Distance: 8.65 Miles
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About Infertility Treatments

Countless hopeful parents have found themselves unable to conceive on their own. Infertility comes in many different forms, but the frustration and heartbreak are almost always the same. In the past, many of these individuals were unable to ever become biological parents. Thanks to today's advanced infertility treatments, however, millions of people who struggled with infertility now have healthy, happy children.

When it comes to infertility, the treatment options are just as numerous as the causes. Treatment can range from non-invasive fertility drugs to advanced artificial insemination procedures. In most cases, your doctor will try the simplest treatment methods first before moving on to the more complex ones. When it comes to advanced procedures, the most common are intrauterine insemination, also known as artificial insemination, and in vitro fertilization. Both procedures have proven to be very effective in treating a broad spectrum of infertility related issues. During the artificial insemination procedure, specially washed sperm is carefully inserted in the uterus. Often the hopeful mother is given fertility drugs prior to this procedure to increase her egg count. In vitro fertilization requires that the eggs be removed from the mother's body. They are then fertilized before being replaced in the uterus. Though there is no way to guarantee the success of such procedures, they have helped countless people conceive.

Advanced infertility treatments have made it possible for millions of people to become biological parents even though they were previously unable. If you think these treatments may help you, contact a facility to learn more.

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