- Posted On: November 27, 2012
- Categories: Fertility
Millions of people struggle with reproductive problems or other issues pertaining to becoming pregnant. Choosing the right clinic for reproductive services will ensure your best chance in a viable pregnancy, and Oregon Reproductive Medicine (ORM) has one of the highest success rates for live births for women under the age of 35.
Finding answers to the questions and technical complications surrounding infertility, reproductive services, or procedures such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or in utero fertilization (IUI) can be just as daunting as facing an infertility diagnosis itself.
When it comes to pregnancies, each client needs to have a individualized assessment as to the possible reasons behind their difficulties in becoming pregnant or carrying the pregnancy to term.
The first thing our reproductive services specialists at Oregon Reproductive Medicine will do is to perform a complete exam to diagnose any problems that may result in infertility. Tests will be given to identify any reproductive issues, including assessing the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix, and overall sperm quality. Once the reproductive services specialists diagnose the problems (if any), options for treatment will be discussed, and the clients will take an active decision-making role in their reproductive services choices.
After a diagnosis is made, reproductive specialists at Oregon Reproductive Medicine will guide each patient through treatment options to increase their probability of producing a viable embryo. If the reproductive services fail to produce an embryo, a patient can move to the next level of treatment, which is in vitro fertilization.
Other things the specialists at Oregon Reproductive Medicine will help you consider: the treatment services and options, comprehensive financial and insurance information, success rate statistics, and in-depth information about how each reproductive service is performed. 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.