Everyone’s journey to becoming a parent is different, but we all are reaching for the same goal: to have a baby! Your fertility specialist will work with you to help overcome your infertility diagnosis and select a treatment option that best fits the individual needs of your growing family.

Medical Fertility Treatments

Thanks to modern medical science a number of infertility treatments are currently available to help you conceive, including the following:

  • Fertility drugs
  • High-tech assisted reproductive technology (ART)
  • In vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
  • Surgery

Other options for those with fertility problems include the following:

  • Egg donation: for women who are unable to get pregnant with their own eggs but would like to become pregnant and give birth to a child
  • Gestational carrier arrangements: for individuals and couples who are unable to, or choose not to, conceive on their own
  • Adoption: an option for those who are unable to, or choose not to, have a biologically related child

Alternative Fertility Treatments

Along with these medical infertility treatments, a number of alternative and complementary fertility treatment options also exist. These alternative fertility treatments can be used alone or combined with conventional medical fertility treatment. For instance, alternative fertility treatments like weight loss plans help many women get pregnant. Those dealing with the intense emotional stress of infertility also praise alternative fertility treatments like massage, acupuncture, yoga and counseling. These additions to your medical infertility treatment can help you relax and feel better on your family building journey.

With so many treatment options to choose from, many individuals and couples are able to find a way to overcome their infertility diagnoses, achieving the goal of one day having a family of their own.


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More often than not, ovulation problems can be solved with the use of fertility medications. Talk to your doctor to determine the best course of action for you.
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Infertility surgical procedures can help to correct many fertility problems and anatomical abnormalities that may lead to infertility or pregnancy losses.
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An alternative for male factor infertility, unexplained fertility, or the need to use a sperm donor.
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Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a popular form of artificial insemination and is used in most fertility clinics today.
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Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is involves your partner’s sperm injected directly into your egg(s) for in vitro fertilization (IVF).
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Thinking about a tubal or vasectomy reversal in order to get pregnant? Many women and men undergo reversal surgeries each year. If you choose to do so, there are important factors to consider.
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Whether you're recovering from an illness, or just aren't ready to have children, freezing your eggs is a great alternative for those who are waiting to build their family.
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A surrogate, or gestational carrier, is a great alternative for a gay male partnership or a woman who is unable to carry a baby on her own.
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With the help of IVF, a donor’s eggs are fertilized with your partner’s sperm (or donor sperm) and the embryos are transferred to your uterus for implantation and pregnancy.
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After doors have closed with infertility, adoption can give you hope of living a life with children of your own.
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Having a baby with the help of a sperm donor is a great alternative for single moms, lesbian couples or anyone struggling with infertility.
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Learn more about the procedure, risks and benefits of MPR, and how to find a solution that offers the healthiest future to you and your babies.