Our Location

      8426 E. Shea Blvd.,

      Scottsdale, AZ 85260

      Fertility Education: Understanding Your Options

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      Male Fertility

      We work with patients to discover the cause of male factor infertility. Common male infertility issues include low sperm count, low sperm motility, or a high percentage of abnormally shaped sperm. In these cases, sperm washing can be performed along with intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF). Less common causes of male infertility include cases in which a physical blockage prevents sperm from leaving the testes. In these cases, surgery may be performed to remove the blockage, or sperm can be extracted directly from the testes. Visit a sperm analysis testing location.

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      Fertility Testing

      Fertility testing typically involves blood work and a semen analysis. Blood work is typically performed on day 3 and day 21 to check the woman's ovarian reserve and progesterone levels. A semen analysis is performed to evaluate the male's sperm count and quality. In addition, patients may undergo ultrasound testing to check for any physical complications that could be preventing pregnancy. We offer F.A.S.T., an app that lets you quickly order fertility testing. We also offer preimplantation genetic diagnosis testing which can help identify the healthiest embryos during IVF.

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      Glossary

      To help you understand some common medical terms and fertility check procedures, we have compiled a glossary for your review. By knowing what is involved with the various fertility analysis and treatment options, you can prepare emotionally, mentally, physically, and financially for the services you receive.

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      Our Donor Program

      Patients use donated sperm and eggs to conceive children for a variety of reasons. When selecting a donor's egg or sperm, patients can select characteristics such as hair color and race. Our donor network is extremely professional and only works with healthy donors. Every potential donor undergoes an intensive medical and psychological screening process before she is accepted into the program.

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