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Learn about Fertility

Want to have a baby? What is infertility and what causes it? How is it treated? What will happen at our first visit?

Treatment Options

Fertility and Endocrine Associates offers a full range of comprehensive and advanced reproductive and infertility services. Our providers and staff deliver compassionate care for women and their partners.

Financial Options

It is important to know your financial options before you begin treatment.

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Recent Blog Posts

Nov 30, 2017,

Coping with Grief at the Holidays

The holiday season can be a difficult time for couples who have faced challenges in their journey to start a family, whether that means they are unable to get pregnant, or they have suffered the loss of a pregnancy. It is normal to feel a heightened sense of emptiness and grief when you’re inundated with all the joyful faces of kids and families in movies, on TV and at the malls this time of year.

For many couples, grief is a natural byproduct of their infertility journey. When you hope for a pregnancy during a cycle of treatment and are disappointed, or when you experience the joy of conceiving a child only to lose the baby a few weeks later, you inevitably feel profound loss. With every unsuccessful treatment or miscarriage, your losses multiply and the grief can become overwhelming.

Nov 16, 2017,

Testimonial: One Family’s Fertility Journey

When Karen C. and Amanda C. decided to start a family together, they came to us for help. Here, Karen describes their journey to have a baby, and their positive experience with Dr. Krause during that process. We are so grateful to have been able to help bring a new life into this wonderful couple’s world.

Oct 30, 2017,

Is Natural Cycle IVF Right for You?

Most couples who are struggling with infertility are aware of the basics of in vitro fertilization (IVF), where both an egg and sperm are removed from the body and used to create an embryo in a lab setting. In conventional IVF, the woman takes medication to stimulate egg production.

For some couples, natural cycle IVF, which is similar to conventional IVF just without the drug stimulation, may be a good alternative. For example, couples with significant male factor infertility, or those in which the female partner has had a tubal ligation or her tubes removed, could be good candidates for natural cycle IVF.

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