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The causes and treatment for infertility vary from one couple to the next. The physicians and staff of The Reproductive Medicine Group are fully equipped and integrated to provide every aspect of evaluation, diagnostic testing, surgical procedures and treatments to help you achieve a pregnancy. We offer a complete array of interventions – from treating basic and complex reproductive disorders to overcoming infertility with the most advanced Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) such as IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), ICSI, PGD, blastocyst transfer, MESE, TESE, oocyte cryopreservation, tubal reversal, sperm cryopreservation, and many others. We have a very active donor egg program. Our in vitro fertilization success rates are among the highest in the country.

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Tubal Reversal is now offered as an outpatient procedure at The Reproductive Medicine Group’s IVF/Surgery Center. We are able to streamline many of the steps involved in treating infertility within our center; thus saving costs to our patients, while providing services in a warm and nurturing environment.

The Reproductive Medicine Group is the exclusive provider of the Attain® IVF Flex Plans in our region, which provides you multiple IVF cycles for a single, discounted fee. We are excited to offer these plans to our patients, because we are committed to making IVF care as accessible as possible – including patients with limited or no insurance coverage for treatment.


Education is Key in Helping Minority Couples Struggling with Infertility

Education is Key in Helping Minority Couples Struggling with Infertility.  Cultural and financial barriers can keep couples from seeking treatment, but help is available.

In the U.S., one in eight couples and more than 6.5 million women struggle with infertility. While 15% of caucasian women seek treatment, only half of minorities visit a specialist in their effort to conceive, despite the fact that married African American women have nearly twice the odds of infertility. (Source: Department of Health and Human Services and the National Center for Health Statistics.)