There are many possible treatments for infertility. Not all treatments are appropriate for all couples, and your physician will direct you towards the best approach for your specific situation.
In general, we encourage patients to be as aggressive as they feel comfortable. This comfort level can change with time. Many patients may start with conservative treatments and then proceed to more aggressive treatments if they do not get pregnant.
Exactly how aggressive any one couple should be will depend on a number of factors such as the woman’s age and what the couple is willing to tolerate from an emotional, physical, financial or religious perspective.
Additional tests may also be needed depending on the treatment. Your physician will advise you on what testing you require.
Learn more about fertility treatments offered at TRM by browsing through the topics below.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) involves placing sperm into a vagina, cervix or uterus by means other than intercourse. IUI has a high rate of pregnancy.
Infertility affects men nearly as much as it does women. Fortunately, infertility treatments are available for men to improve their chances of conceiving.
Ovulation inductions are oral and injectable medication fertility treatments that involve stimulating ovulation for women who don't regularly ovulate.
Robotic surgery is an advanced form of minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopy) that's changed the way TRM treats complex gynecologic disorders.
Superovulation or controlled ovarian hyperstimulation means inducing a woman to release multiple eggs in a month in order to increase the odds of pregnancy.
Tubal reversal surgery, or tubal reanastamosis, is a procedure to reverse a tubal ligation –tubes that are tied, cut or clipped– a method of birth control.
Two main types of fertility treatment - tubal ligation reversal and IVF - can make getting pregnant after sterilization possible for some women.