Understanding Infertility

Infertility can be caused by a number of factors. We will conduct a complete diagnostic assessment and evaluate the possible reasons for infertility.

  • Egg Quality
  • Hormone Levels
  • Sperm Quality
  • Infectious Disease & Genetic Testing
  • Structural Aspects Of The Fallopian Tubes & Uterus

Not only do we want to help you understand the cause for infertility, but you should know that there are a variety of treatment options and interventions available, such as timed intercourse, intrauterine insemination, IUI, and in vitro fertilization, IVF. 

Donor eggs or donor sperm may be used in conjunction with IUI or IVF therapies. PGD and PGS are types of genetic testing that may be used to increase the chances of a successful pregnancy and delivery, avoid a genetic disease and assist with family balancing.

New Fertility has the full spectrum of services available to assist you in understanding infertility and your treatment options and help you realize your dream of building a family.

When to See an Infertility Specialist

If any of the following apply to you, we recommend a visit to an infertility specialist:

  • Under 35 years old and have tried to conceive for over one year
  • Over 35 years old and have tried to conceive for over six months
  • Four or more unsuccessful cycles with Clomid
  • Are in premature menopause naturally, or due to chemotherapy or surgery
  • Have been told you will need assistance conceiving due to hysterectomy, blocked tubes, uterine damage, egg quality issues, or problems with ovulation
  • Wish to have a baby after surgical sterilization such as tied tubes or vasectomy
  • Have had two or more miscarriages
  • Have a family history of genetic disease including chromosomal translocation, Huntington’s disease, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, sickle cell anemia, or cystic fibrosis
  • Have an FSH level or 10 or higher

How to Cope with Infertility

Dealing with infertility may be an unexpected turn in your journey to building your family, but know that you are not alone. Millions face infertility and thanks to advancements in infertility treatment technologies, most are able to conceive.

Infertility can become a cause of unwelcome stress that can affect your life in a variety of ways. Your family life, social life, marriage, relationships, finances, and work life can all take a toll when infertility is weighing on your mind.

Over time, prolonged stress can lead to anxiety, depression, and other health problems. And while stress does not cause infertility, it is always a good idea to find healthy ways to reduce your stress.

We recommend seeking support during your infertility treatments to help manage your stress. Take the time to learn and understand all that you can about infertility and the options to help keep the medical processes in perspective. 

You are not alone. And New Fertility is here to support you every step of the way.

Visit our FAQ section to get answers to some of our most commonly asked questions regarding surrogacy, egg donation, infertility treatments, and building a family.

We’ve had many families who have successfully become parents through New Fertility Center,

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our Fertility program or the process involved.

We look forward to hearing from you!