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While the struggle to achieve a successful pregnancy may feel very isolating, the truth is that the path to parenthood can be difficult for many people, and you are not alone. Statistics show that 1 in 8 couples has difficulty getting or staying pregnant, and the number increases to 1 in 3 starting at age 35. Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine wants to lend a helping hand and an empathetic ear. We offer a full range of diagnostic testing and state-of-the-art infertility treatments from reproductive healthcare experts who can improve your chances of conception. Our reproductive endocrinologists quickly diagnose and formulate efficient, effective fertility-boosting therapies.

Our physicians provide full evaluations and treatment for numerous sources of infertility, including, but not limited to:

  • Polycystic ovary disease
  • Premature ovarian failure
  • Recurrent pregnancy loss
  • Endometriosis

Fertility Services We Offer

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Many couples successfully conceive without the need for high-tech assisted reproductive technologies. One lower-level treatment option is IUI. This traditional reproductive treatment is often recommended when a patient’s fallopian tubes are patent and the partner’s semen quality is adequate. Also called artificial insemination, the procedure is quite simple. Sperm is injected directly into the patient’s uterus immediately prior to and during ovulation during the menstrual cycle.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

IVF boosts the effectiveness of natural conception by directly fertilizing an egg with sperm in a laboratory setting. Once fertilization occurs and normal embryo development is confirmed, the embryo is then transferred directly into the uterus. If implantation is successful, the pregnancy continues naturally within the mother.

Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT)

Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT), which includes both preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), is a test performed on embryos derived from IVF treatment. PGS allows fertility specialists to determine which embryos have a normal number of chromosomes, whereas PGD diagnoses embryos that are affected by a specific disease. PGS and PGD can be performed separately or together.

Egg Freezing & Fertility Preservation

Egg freezing has been a standard step in IVF treatment for years. New developments in freezing technology make unfertilized egg freezing a practical option for those needing donor eggs or wishing to freeze their own eggs.

Male Factor Infertility

About 20 to 35% of infertile couples are impacted solely by male factor infertility, and up to 80% are a combination of male and female factors. Specific causes of male factor infertility include retrograde ejaculation, abnormal or absent sperm, or erectile dysfunction.

Egg Donation

For many couples, choosing to use donated eggs provides the best or only option for fulfilling their dreams of parenthood. Egg donors and recipients are each evaluated to ensure they are good candidates for the program.

LGBTQ+ Family Building

We are sensitive to the needs of our LGBTQ+ patients and their unique paths to parenthood. ACRM also provides any necessary referrals to facilitate the family building process, such as to attorneys specializing in reproductive and adoption law.

Gestational Carrier (Surrogacy)

A gestational carrier, or surrogate, is a woman who carries and delivers a baby for an individual or couple. Although she carries the baby, she is not the biological mother, as a donated egg is used for surrogacy. Typically, IVF is used to create embryos outside the womb, which are then transferred back into the surrogate's uterus.

Robotic Surgery

Occasionally, ACRM patients require reproductive surgery to enhance their chance of conceiving. ACRM is the only Atlanta infertility treatment clinic that offers minimally invasive surgery using the technologically advanced da Vinci Surgical System. Dr. Robin Fogle has undergone extensive training in order to use and make this state-of-the-art robotic surgical system available to ACRM patients.

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