Cost Effective Treatments For Infertility
Many women believe that most infertile couples will require advanced reproductive technologies. While procedures such as IVF are expensive, they are sometimes the only way for a couple to have a baby. However, few women who see an infertility specialist will actually require IVF. Most will become pregnant using infertility treatments such as medications, or IUI with medications.
Appropriate testing for an accurate diagnosis is critical. There are some causes of ovulatory disorders that can be treated with a single medication like Clomid or Letrozole. These drugs are affordable and, in appropriate cases, can work within three to six months. Tests, such as the ovarian assessment report, give a good indication if these first line treatments will work. We recommend all patients have ovarian reserve testing.
When medications alone don't work, intrauterine insemination (IUI) is often the next step. IUI is performed with Clomid or Letrozole and often with Letrozole and follicle stimulation hormone (FSH). In most cases, cycles where FSH is used yield higher success rates. RCC has some of the highest IUI success rates in the Intermountain Region.
There are also cost effective surgical options such as laparoscopic surgery for the removal of endometriosis. In most cases, laparoscopic surgery to treat causes of infertility should be performed by a board certified reproductive endocrinologist, infertility specialist.
When IVF is required, we have many programs to help couples afford treatments. We offer 100% Money Back Guarantee IVF programs for couples using fresh or frozen donor eggs. We also offer multi-cycle discounts and low interest financing. Additionally, we offer the lowest IVF single cycle price in the region.
The most crucial decision a couple can make is to seek the care of a qualified infertility specialist early in the course of treatment. This insures that the treatments most likely to result in success are chosen thus saving time and money. As women age, they can't afford to waste time on ineffective treatments as fertility can decline rapidly.