Early Fertility Solutions

Early Fertility Solutions

Finding and choosing the right Reproductive Health Clinic early in your process can ensure your best chance in becoming pregnant. Oregon Reproductive Medicine has one of the highest success rates in the nation for live births for women under the age of 35.

Diagnosis and addressing fertility issues early can save years of uncertainty and frustration for both males and females. Reproductive specialists at Oregon Reproductive Medicine will first perform a complete exam to diagnose any physical problems that may result in infertility. Tests of the sperm, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and cervix will help identify possible fertility problems, and specialists can then help form a fertility treatment plan early, giving our patients the best options to plan the family they want.

A clear diagnosis early on will guide fertility specialists at ORM through individualized treatment plans, and help patients increase the chances of producing a viable pregnancy. If the fertility services fail to help produce an embryo, treatments can be adjusted or a new treatment implemented until a pregnancy is forthcoming.

Oregon Reproductive Medicine will also help you consider and guide you through the entire process, comprehensive financial and insurance information, success rate statistics, and in-depth information about how we help our patients with their fertility needs. We encourage you to consider everything and feel free to ask questions as you work toward a conclusion about what to do after unsuccessful attempts at conceiving a child.

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