Fertility Treatment

For many couples, the journey to parenthood can be a difficult one, and men and women alike can be faced with challenging decisions to make when considering their family-building goals.  However, these decisions are much easier to approach when guided by the knowledge and expertise of physicians and clinical specialists that have helped thousands of couples achieve healthy pregnancies through the use of the most advanced treatments that assisted reproductive medicine has to offer.

The first step in understanding which fertility treatment is right for you is to make an appointment with a reproductive endocrinologist who can review your medical history and discuss your specific family-building goals with you.  Upon meeting with one of our fertility physicians, your initial consultation will be followed by a physical examination and medical workup to evaluate the overall health of you and your partner.

Ovarian reserve is one of the most accurate indicators of female fertility and can be measured in a few different ways. The fertility specialist may use several measures to assess your current ovarian reserve and determine your potential response to the ovarian stimulation medications used during fertility treatment. The results of these tests help the physician to gage the likelihood of success using IVF or other assisted reproductive technologies (ART). Whether you require a simple approach, such as ovulation induction or IUI (intrauterine insemination), or more complex infertility treatment, such as IVF (in vitro fertilization) or ICSI, RMA of New York physicians will recommend a customized treatment plan designed to yield your best chances of conceiving a healthy baby.

To find out more about which treatment is right for you, review our available treatment options and call (212) 756 – 5777 to schedule an appointment with a physician.



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