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We offer a unique New Patient Orientation for those new to IVF treatments. Individuals and their partners are invited to a day-long group fertility session along with other patients at a similar stage in treatment.
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The Center of Reproductive Medicine fully supports the work of our military. We are proud to offer special fertility treatment and fertility medication discounts to active and retired members of the military.
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We believe in providing affordable fertility treatments for all couples. Our financial counselors will find the most affordable fertility plan for you.
Our fertility counselors will help you understand and maximize your insurance coverage for your individual fertility treatment plan.
We welcome fertility patients from across the region and around the world. We will help maximize your fertility treatment timelines and appointments from out of town.
Your fertility specialists will develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. Dr. Koulianos and Dr. Inge customize your fertility treatments with cost in mind.

 

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Stress and Fertility

At The Center for Reproductive Medicine, we are here to help you manage the anxiety that frequently arises during fertility treatments. Learn helpful tips and tricks to outsmart stress.

IVF With ICSI

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is an additional component of an In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) cycle usually used because of male factor infertility issues or as a result of poor fertilization on a previous IVF cycle.

Embryo Transfers

Not all Day 2 or 3 embryos can develop to a blastocyst with a loss of about 45 - 60% of your embryos as they are cultured the extra 2 or 3 days. Therefore, those embryos that do make it to a blastocyst for transfer on Day 5 are considered the best or hardiest and it is a natural selection process.

What is Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a common cause of infertility in women. The generally accepted percentage of women with Endometriosis is 5% to 15%.