Improve IVF Success Rates with GYN Surgery

THE VALUE OF GETTING AN EARLY FERTILITY EVALUATION BY A GYN SPECIALIST

Unsuccessful infertility treatments are common. After the 2nd or even 3rd very expensive treatment (avg is ~ $12,000, plus additional medication costs of $3,000 to $5,000. Additional genetic testing can push the total upwards of $25,000 per treatment), women often discover that they have a treatable GYN condition like fibroids or endometriosis* that is getting in the way. If these conditions are treated early with minimally invasive laparoscopic GYN surgery, IVF success rates are higher, and there is improvement in carrying a child to term.

Infertility is generally defined as the inability to conceive after one year of unprotected intercourse, or after six months in women over age 35.

The Center for Innovative GYN Care treats uterine polyps, fibroids or septum; pelvic and intrauterine adhesions; hydrosalpinx; and endometriosis, all potential causes of infertility. Surgical treatment by Dr. Paul MacKoul and Dr. Natalya Danilyants can help improve fertility success rates. Because the CIGC specialists use advanced surgical procedures in outpatient settings, most women recover very fast, and are able to begin IVF treatments soon after surgery.

IVF Success Rates IMPROVE with GYN Surgical Treatment

Treatment of the conditions above can be accomplished hysteroscopically, laparoscopically, or through a combination of both, with techniques pioneered by Dr. Paul J. MacKoul, MD and Dr. Natalya Danilyants, MD. Learn more about CIGC minimally invasive laparoscopic procedures for helping women prepare for fertility treatment.

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Dr. Paul MacKoul treats GYN conditions for higher IVF success rates

Minimally invasive surgery at The Center for Innovative GYN Care for GYN conditions that hinder fertility can help improve IVF success rates, including conception & carrying to term.

*Endometriosis cannot be cured, but has been successfully treated surgically in advance of IVF. Depending on the severity of endometriosis, some patients choose to have a hysterectomy, but this never a primary recommendation by a CIGC surgeon unless a woman is no longer interested in having children.

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