Sabrina, our IVF coordinator at The Center for Reproductive Medicine is a Registered Nurse and Ultrasonographer.

You asked and Sabrina answered:

Q: What makes The Center for Reproductive Medicine different?

A: We care about the emotional aspects of helping couples cope with infertility. Most of our fertility team have experienced infertility on a personal level.

Q: Do you reveal to patients when they are and are not pregnant?

A: Yes, we tell patients when they are pregnant and when they are not pregnant.

Q: When should you use In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment?

A: IVF treatment should be considered for factors of male infertility, tubal disease, endometriosis, and polycystic ovarian syndrome and other cases discussed with your reproductive endocrinologist.

Q: What are new fertility treatments and techniques offered at The Center for Reproductive Medicine?

A: Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS/PGD), Assisted Hatching (AH), egg donors, surrogacy, and fertility preservation for cancer patients.

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Our dedicated team of fertility physicians, nurses, laboratory technicians and support staff are driven to provide the very best experience for you, to support you through your challenges and successes. We look forward to meeting you.