Fertility Treatments


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In Vitro Fertilization

A five-step process that literally means “in glass.” Fertilization takes place outside the body in a small glass dish. Read More »

Intrauterine Insemination

During Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), a man’s sperm is introduced into the uterine cavity through a catheter. IUI increases the likelihood of pregnancy because sperm bypass the cervix and a higher number have a chance to get closer to the egg. Read More »

Preserve Your Fertility with Egg Freezing

Freezing your eggs could be one of the most important steps you’ll ever take when it comes to protecting your future fertility dreams. Egg freezing technology has come a long way. Research egg freezing facilities carefully and investigate their safety protocols to ensure you’re making the right choice. Read More »

Uterus Transplant

There are simply no words to describe the joy and amazement our team felt when the first U.S. baby was born from a transplanted uterus right here in Dallas. Our very own Dr. J. Michael Putman was part of the Baylor research team who facilitated the transplant and accompanied the mother every step of the way during her IVF cycle, embryo transfer and the much-celebrated birth. Read More »

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a laboratory technique used to assist the sperm in fertilizing eggs. It’s a process whereby a single sperm is injected into each mature egg using a high-powered microscope. Read More »

Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT)

Screening of cells from preimplantation embryos for the detection of genetic and/or chromosomal disorders before embryo transfer. Read More »

Using an Egg Donor

Deciding to move forward with an egg donor is often the simplest and quickest path to holding your very own, healthy baby. You get to bypass many of the infertility factors getting in your way, such as genetic abnormalities, poor quality eggs or low ovarian reserve. Read More »

Choosing a Sperm Donor

The decision to use a sperm donor is the wisest course of action for many individuals and couples with a male factor infertility diagnosis. You are well on your way to getting pregnant and starting to grow the family you’ve been dreaming of Read More »

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