How Is Infertility Identified?
Infertility can be identified as being unable to become pregnant after a year of unprotected intercourse. Infertility may be caused by a number of influences and factors. Every woman is different and may respond differently to various influences.
While the case of infertility between a couple may be caused by issues in the male anatomy, at OBGYN Pavilion, we focus on determining whether something can be done to improve a woman’s chances of becoming fertile. Infertility may present itself for countless reasons, some of these reasons including:
- Abnormal ovulation
- Issues in the cervix or uterus
- Inflammation or blockage of Fallopian tube
- Pelvic adhesion
- Early menopause
Our doctors understand the stress and sense of despair that many women feel during these difficult times. At OBGYN Pavilion we offer infertility treatment in Miami where we will spend the time to analyze your situation and provide the best and most effective treatments for you. Contributing factors to infertility could be age such as women over the age of 35, as well as male factors.
Evaluation and treatment depends on how long you have been infertile, the reason, you and your partner’s age, and your preference. Women who are infertile may become pregnant with assisted reproductive technology. An example of assisted reproductive technology (ART) is, vitro fertilization which fertilizes a females egg and a males sperm in a lab, then three to five days later inserting the embryo into the woman’s uterus.
Infertility Treatment for Men:
- Hormone treatments and medication
- Treatments for sexual intercourse complications
- Assisted reproductive technology (ART)
Infertility Treatment for Women:
- Fertility drugs that trigger ovulation
- Intrauterine insemination
Contact Our Fertility Doctor – Miami, FL
We are devoted to providing a full range of gynecology services. If you would like to make an appointment for an infertility treatment in Miami with one of our doctors at Pavilion Healthcare and Wellness center, call us at (786) 416-0003 or click here for more information.