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Fertility Clinics

Fertility clinics have doctors who have gone through medical school and have completed years of advanced training to diagnose and treat infertility. They learn how to conduct in-vitro fertilization and egg insemination for their patients who have not been successful conceiving on their own. Learning about the reproductive system is imperative to give good advice to patients on what they can try next.

IVF and egg insemination are just a couple of treatment options women have at becoming pregnant. If nothing seems to be working, fertility clinics can help patients learn about surrogate mothers and why that may be the best option for them when other techniques have failed to work. Fertility clinics offer STD screenings, sperm count testing, tubal reversals, and other services. Some offer classes to learn about women's menstrual cycles and when there is a better chance for conception. Fertility clinics may also offer childbirth classes, as well as a peaceful area where women can give birth.

Physicians have gone to school to learn about what drugs help increase the chance at becoming pregnant. They take into consideration the woman's age and health to decide when a more aggressive approach is needed so pregnancy happens sooner rather than later. Both men and women are given treatments at a fertility clinic. They often have an area for male donors who wish to donate their sperm. Other areas a clinic may include are surgical rooms for reproductive procedures, including rooms where in-vitro fertilization is performed. Doctors discuss the steps each treatment consists of and lets the patient decide what they believe is best for them.

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Fertility Care Center of Columbia Write review for this local business
503 E Nifong Blvd, Columbia, MO 65201
(573) 443-4038  
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500 N Keene St, Columbia, MO 65201
(573) 499-6071  
Mid Missouri Reproductive Medicine and Surgery Inc Write review for this local business
1506 E Broadway Ste 220, Columbia, MO 65201
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Missouri Center for Reproductive Medicine and Fert Write review for this local business
500 N Keene St Ste 203, Columbia, MO 65201
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If you have problems with infertility, then you might need to contact fertility clinics to see if you can get treatment that will increase your chances of conception and childbirth. There are several treatment options to choose from, so much sure that the clinics you choose have infertility specialists that can help guide you to the option that is right for you. Ask the specialists how long the clinics have been in business. Those with several years of experience should have the in vitro fertilization equipment, x-ray scans, medication, and education that you need. You should also make sure that all of the doctors at the clinic have special training in fertility. Most of the clinics will have you undergo an exam that will help the physicians determining why you have problems having children. This information can help the doctors work with you to decide which treatment option will boost your chances of having children without causing health issues. They will probably want to monitor the progress of the baby's growth until childbirth. If you do not have insurance that will cover the costs of treatment, ask the clinics what the costs for services such as IVF, education, exams, and c-rays are. You should also ask them if they have access to information about surrogate mothers and sperm donors if the treatments do not help you have children. This can be a difficult time in the lives of some people, so be sure that you are comfortable with the clinic and specialists that you choose. Pay attention to the level of courtesy that they use when answering your questions to help you determine if they care about you as a patient.