- Posted On: July 2, 2012
- Categories: Fertility
When looking to start or add to their families, many couples turn to a fertility resource organization such as Oregon Reproductive Medicine.
When looking to start or add to their families, many couples turn to a fertility resource organization such as Oregon Reproductive Medicine. The fertility resources available can range from changes in lifestyle to improve fertility, to in vitro fertilization or artificial insemination.
Doctors at a fertility resource clinic like ORM are called Fertility Specialists, and they are experts in reproductive medicine. Oregon Reproductive Medicine, located in Portland, Oregon, is among the highest in the nation for providing pregnancy resources that successfully end in a live birth for women under 35 years old.
Which Fertility Resource Option Is Right For Me?
Fertility resource specialists at ORM will first do a complete workup to diagnose any physical problems that may result in infertility, and then advise the couple on which fertility resource option is available for each individual client.
- Interviews that cover health and reproductive history
- Tests of the uterus
- Tests of the fallopian tubes
- Tests of the ovaries
- Test of the cervix
- Semen analysis
Once a complete examination is completed, our fertility resource specialists will discuss with you the options that can best increase your chances of pregnancy, including.
- Oral Medications or Injectable Medication
- IUI (Intra-Uterine Insemination)
- IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)
- Male Factor Treatments
- Egg Preservation
- Egg and/or Sperm Donation
Learn More About Fertility Options
In addition to the fertility resource options themselves, we urge you to consider your timeline, comprehensive financial and insurance information, success rate statistics, and in-person visits when choosing what fertility clinic to entrust with your future.
You can find out more at a free informational seminar, where doctors from Oregon Reproductive Medicine answer all your questions.