Choosing a NJ Fertility Clinic
Selecting a NJ Fertility doctor is an important decision that shouldn’t be left to chance. Look for a reproductive endocrinologist who fits your needs, values compassionate care, has a reputation for going above and beyond for patients, whose expert staff is sensitive to the emotional nature of infertility. You’ll want to choose a doctor who has locations close to home, since most fertility treatments involve frequent visits to the office for ultrasounds and bloodwork. You’ll also want to make sure the doctor and his team produce the very best success rates.
Infertility Treatment Options
While a larger, more corporate NJ fertility clinic might have a tendency to rush into expensive fertility treatments such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), there are many less expensive, less invasive fertility treatments available. An estimated 40% of infertility cases are caused by male infertility factors. Another obstacle may be fibroids or polyps in the uterus, or something as simple to treat as the thickness of the uterine lining. Some patients never need IVF, becoming pregnant through artificial insemination (IUI) or relations at home with the added boost of fertility medications cycle monitoring for just the right moment to try on your own. This is why it is important to select a fertility doctor who takes into account each patient’s unique set of circumstances when creating a plan of action.
Tubal Reversal vs In Vitro Fertilization
If you had a tubal ligation at another NJ fertility clinic and are now considering a reversal, you may want to consider In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) first. You’ll have a higher chance at successfully becoming pregnant through IVF, and will have the added benefit of planning for future pregnancies – either avoiding them, or freezing embryos for later use. IVF does not make sense for everyone. But, at roughly the same cost as Tubal Ligation Reversal, IVF could save you thousands of dollars, give you better chances at becoming pregnant, and also solve the problem of future pregnancies at the same time. It’s best to book an appointment to discuss your options before rushing into a decision. You may even qualify for a free consultation if you contact us today.