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UCompareHealthCare has compiled our database for most of the fertility centers in the United States so that you will be able to locate centers that are of interest to you within your desired geography. We provide demographic information and other information that will assist in your search. We encourage you to supplement your research by contacting the centers that are of interest and asking questions that are important to you. We have provided a checklist of questions, general background information and if available the centers success rates as reported to the CDC. We hope this information will help you and encourage additional research so that you can learn more about infertility and the options that may be available to you. You should always contact your doctor or discuss your concerns and questions with a doctor that has the expertise to assist you.
Infertility is the inability to conceive and carry a pregnancy to delivery after one year of well timed intercourse. This condition often is associated with the female, when in fact one-third of infertility cases are attributed to the male, another third to the female and the last third to problems with both partners which includes about 20% that are unexplained, according to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).
Infertility is a problem that is often not recognized by others. It has no visible signs and affects couples in very significant ways. Often infertility is accompanied by grief, low self esteem as well as relationship problems amongst couples. Infertility is a hidden crisis for many people and the on-going effort to conceive can be heart wrenching for both people.
Infertility is often successfully treated with reasonably low tech treatments. Some of the current "low tech" treatments include use of medications which induce ovulation, surgical procedures that correct tubal or uterine problems, as well as intra uterine insemination procedures. Very few of the patients treated use assisted reproductive technology (ART) such as in-vitro fertilization (IVF), donor embryo and gestational surrogacy, gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT) or zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT). The treatments for infertility have continually improved and have made great strides since the first IVF in 1978.
We hope that our free reports will encourage you to do additional research, help in identifying centers in the geographies appropriate to you and help explain various techniques. Once again, we encourage you to seek professional medical advice and learn as much as possible through a vigorous research effort.