Why is it so hard for us to get pregnant?
Why is it so easy for everyone else?
Why can’t my partner and I just get pregnant after a month of trying, like our friends did?
These thoughts may be running through your head, and chances are, that’s why you’re reading this.
A fertility clinic may not exactly have been on your list of things you expected to visit in life, but let’s turn to the good news.
You Are Not Alone
Our team is ready to help you. We promise that we will assist you in every possible way to have a positive and successful experience as you proceed along your reproductive journey. Whether you desire a second opinion, or this your very first visit to a fertility center, get started by scheduling an appointment today!Schedule Your First Appointment Today!
Yes! When you feel like you’re completely alone, it’s easy to beat yourself up with bad news. So let’s start with this.
Fertility Problems are Common!
Impaired fecundity (the inability have a child) affects 6.7 million women in the U.S. — about 11% of the reproductive-age population. Almost one-third of couples over the age of 35 need some assistance conceiving. This means that if we filled the old Giants Stadium with reproductive-age couples, many thousands in the seats would have difficulty conceiving. Getting pregnant isn’t easy for hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
You Have More Options Now to Build Your Family Than Ever Before
7.4 million women, or 11.9% of women, have received infertility services in their lifetime. These technologies have improved dramatically over the last twenty years, and continue advancing every year. For almost 40 years, in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment has helped millions of couples worldwide overcome a wide variety of infertility diagnoses and enabled them to realize their dreams of becoming parents. Help is available!
The part of your fertility journey where you are alone is over. We can help!
Whether you’re just beginning the process of starting a family or have been trying for a while, our reproductive specialists provide the experience and care that can help your family grow. We will answer your questions, lay out a plan of action, and support you every step of the way.
Yes, we’re very proud to have 3 fertility specialists who are all double board-certified in both Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility as well as Obstetrics and Gynecology.