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Fertility Clinics


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Business Listing   Bosley Roger E MD - Lafayette, IN - Phone: (765) 447-6969


Business Listing   Henry Michael A - Lafayette, IN - Phone: (317) 817-1300


Business Listing   New Beginnings - Lafayette, IN - Phone: (765) 420-8080


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Helpful Definition for: Fertility Clinics

Fertility clinics, in Lafayette, are the medical organizations with specialized staff to assist sterile couples or individuals, who are willing to have kids but are unable to conceive through the natural course. To achieve desired pregnancies or conceptions, the patients are made to undergo a series of diagnostic tests and often very advanced medical treatments in these clinics. Highly qualified Sonographers, Reproductive Endocrinologists, Embryologists, Gynecologists and Nurses constitute the majority of the staff in such a clinic. The team may involve additional specialists from the fields of Hypnotherapy, Acupuncture and Nutrition as well.

Diagnostic tests are mainly carried out to find out the reason behind infertility, which may arise in 35% cases from females, 35% from males, 20% for both & the remaining 10% from unknown causes. The major diagnostic tests involve laparoscopy, analysis of ovulation, fallopian-tube x-rays, etc., in females and semen analysis in case of males.

Treatments offered in a fertility clinics in Lafayette include intrauterine insemination, induction of ovulation, use of an egg donor or sperm donor, surgical interventions or most significantly the application of Assisted Reproductive Technology to carry out in vitro fertilization or IVF. It is the success rate of the IVF that compares the fertility clinics. Since patient needs vary among programs, it is always advisable to consult with a number of clinics before making the choice of clinic for undergoing a treatment process in Lafayette.

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