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Female Infertility Specialist

Center for Reproductive Medicine

Fertility Clinic located in Winter Park, FL & Celebration, FL

Female infertility factors contribute to one-third of all infertility cases in the United States. To help you overcome infertility and treat the underlying issues that interfere with your ability to conceive, the providers at the Center for Reproductive Medicine offer state-of-the-art treatments at their offices in Winter Park and Celebration, Florida. The board-certified reproductive endocrinologists specialize in a variety of treatments including robotic surgery to correct the underlying cause of infertility. Find out more about treatment options for female infertility by calling the Center for Reproductive Medicine office nearest you or booking an appointment online today.

Female Infertility Q & A

What causes female infertility?

Female infertility can be the result of underlying health issues or genetic conditions that interfere with your ability to achieve or maintain a healthy pregnancy.

The team at the Center for Reproductive Medicine can address a variety of female infertility causes including:

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition that describes the growth of the uterine lining (endometrium) outside of your uterus. This tissue continues to act like it should, thickening and breaking down during your menstrual cycle.

However, the tissue has no way to exit your body. The resulting pain, inflammation, and tissue growth can interfere with fertility.

Ovulation disorders

Ovulation disorders disrupt the release of your eggs for fertilization by sperm. These disorders may be the result of hormonal imbalances, obesity, or underlying health issues that affect the ovulation cycle.

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)

PCOS contributes to infertility when multiple follicles form instead of a single follicle. These follicles don’t produce eggs for release and fertilization.

Blocked or damaged fallopian tubes

Blockages or damage in your fallopian tubes can interfere with the release of your egg that’s necessary for fertilization.

Blockages can occur due to scar tissue or because of structural issues in the fallopian tube. Structural irregularities in your uterus can also cause female infertility.

Low ovarian reserve

Women are born with the number of eggs they carry, whereas men continue to produce sperm throughout their reproductive years. Over time, your egg supply lessens, and once you no longer have viable eggs for release, it can result in infertility.

How is female infertility diagnosed?

The team at the Center for Reproductive Medicine offers on-site diagnostic testing services and a medical lab to accurately diagnose the underlying cause of your infertility.

You may need blood work to identify hormone imbalances or an ultrasound to confirm blockages or abnormalities in your uterus or fallopian tubes.

How is female infertility treated?

Your treatment plan for infertility depends on its underlying cause. The reproductive endocrinologists at the Center for Reproductive Medicine customize your treatment based on your unique needs.

When you have infertility due to low ovarian reserve, a hormone imbalance, or endometriosis, you may benefit from medications. The doctors can also determine if you’re a candidate for minimally invasive robotic surgery to repair damage or clear obstructions in your uterus or fallopian tubes.

If you still need assistance with overcoming infertility, the reproductive endocrinology team can discuss your options for artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, and fertility preservation to increase your chances of achieving a successful pregnancy.

To schedule a female infertility consultation, call the Center for Reproductive Medicine or book a visit online today.