Failed Fertility Treatments Leave Women Frustrated
Make Your Fertility Investment Count: Treat GYN Conditions First
Failed fertility treatments can be very expensive. After multiple tries, it’s the emotional investment that weighs most heavily. For women who struggle with fertility treatments, discovering later that there was a treatable condition that would have improved the success rates of intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments can be extremely frustrating.
The good news is, some women are actually able to conceive naturally after minimally invasive procedures at The Center for Innovative GYN Care designed to help patients recover faster with less pain, using only two incisions.
Getting a fertility evaluation early on can make all the difference to a successful conception.
“Conditions like fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic adhesions, uterine polyps, uterine septum, and inflammation of the fallopian tubes (hydrosalpinx) can affect the healthy trajectory of a pregnancy. Many women who feel they are ready to start a family have difficulty conceiving, suffer through multiple miscarriages, or deliver early putting the mother and baby at risk. And many of those discover that they have a GYN condition that could have been treated. The emotional toll on a woman or couple trying to conceive can be painful.
If these conditions are identified and treated early there is a greater chance of conceiving and carrying a child to term. If surgery is necessary, minimally invasive GYN techniques make it possible for many women to begin starting their family sooner than with open, more invasive procedures.”
Making the Case for Early Evaluation, Minimize Failed Fertility Treatments
“Infertility rates in women over 35 rise due to diminished egg quality, changes to ovulation, and because of an increased risk of damage to the reproductive organs from untreated gynecological conditions including endometriosis, fibroids, and tubal disease. These conditions are often overlooked by patients and doctors due to societal normalization of pelvic pain or abnormal bleeding associated with women’s menstrual cycle.
Infertility is a hard problem for many couples to face. But for treatable GYN conditions, seeing a minimally invasive specialist first can make the process smoother.”
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