Treatment Options ... Overcoming Infertility

Nearly 90% of all infertility cases, both male and female factor, are overcome through treatment, including surgical and medical techniques. The physicians at Georgia Reproductive Specialists are committed to developing a treatment plan specific to each patient's needs that will lead to the desired result of conceiving a child. We treat the patient as a partner in treatment and work with them to determine the treatment option that will be most fitting for their situation based on financial, social, religious, ethical and medical factors. Treatment options include assisted reproductive techniques such as IVF and ICSI, ovulation induction to enhance the production of eggs, surgery to repair reproductive organs and intrauterine insemination to increase the chances for egg fertilization by the sperm.

Ovulation Induction
Ovarian Drilling
Intrauterine Inseminations
Surgery
IVF






Quick Facts.
Did you know?
Nearly 90% of infertility cases are treated with drug therapy or surgical procedures. Fewer than 5% need advanced reproductive technologies like IVF.
In the majority
Of the women who seek medical intervention for infertility, approximately 65% give birth.
Ovulation support
For infertility caused by anovulation, up to 80% of patients can be treated with simple drug therapy, and 65% of those will conceive.
The first IVF baby
Louise Brown was the world’s first baby to be conceived with infertility treatment, and was born on July 25, 1978, in England.
Babies born
Since 1981, more than 200,000 babies have been born in the U.S. from IVF and more than 400,000 have been born from all assisted reproductive technologies.
American College of Embryology

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