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Infertility affects millions of people, both men and women. Although there is no one cause for the inability to have children naturally, many causes have been identified and can be treated. Today, fertility specialists offer many infertility treatment options such as in vitro fertilization (IVF). In vitro fertilization is a procedure in which the sperm and embryo are united in the lab. Other infertility treatment options include intrauterine insemination (IUI), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), the use of donor eggs or donor sperm, surrogacy, and tubal reversal (an operation to “untie” fallopian tubes). In addition to this, advances in genetics allow couples to select the gender of their child or children or to help ensure that their child will not be genetically predisposed to certain disorders (preimplantation genetic diagnosis, or PGD).
If you are infertile, a fertility specialist will be able to diagnose fertility problems, recommend treatment options and perform infertility treatments. While no advanced reproduction technology is 100% effective, thousands of children have been born because their parents received infertility treatment. We recommend that you browse the site for more information on specific causes of infertility and different treatments available, and then contact a fertility center in your area.
FertilityProRegistry.com is a leading resource and directory for patients seeking information on infertility treatment, fertility clinics and infertility specialists who provide infertility treatment options. Our free directory will help you find a fertility clinic or fertility doctor in your area that will be able to answer your questions and explore your infertility treatment options. Please email the infertility specialist directly from this web site in order to get a quick response.
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