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What to Look for in Your Fertility Center

What to Look For in Your Fertility Center

For some, pregnancy comes quickly, but for others, achieving pregnancy may require medical assistance. In fact, the chances of becoming pregnant naturally are only 20% during any given month, and though conceiving can take time, you may be asking when to see a fertility specialist and what to look for in your fertility center.

As we age, our fertility changes. Women who have tried unsuccessfully to conceive for at least a year and are under the age of 35 should see a health care provider. As women age, the chances of achieving pregnancy decrease, so it is important for a woman over the age of 35 to seek medical advice if she has tried unsuccessfully for more than six months.

If you’re looking into different fertility options, finding the right center for you is one of the most important tasks. Some things to keep in mind include:

  • Success rate
  • Location
  • Available services
  • Staff reputation

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Getting Started

We begin all patient care with an evaluation process that typically takes one menstrual cycle, where we’ll look at your fertility and preferences. By doing so, your fertility specialist can best understand your unique situation and work with you to determine what treatment options are best for you. During this time, we’ll also get to know you by asking other questions like:

  • What has your journey toward parenthood been like thus far?
  • When you think about your future family, what do you see?

We understand that cost can be a major barrier to accessing reproductive care as well. To help, we’ve created some of the most cost-competitive programs available, including a range of special pricing programs and finance options.

We’ve also put together a guide on affording IVF treatment to help empower you as you pursue treatment.

Fertility Centers of New England is Your Fertility Partner

We often talk about infertility treatment as a journey. Fertility Centers of New England is your partner on this journey, offering skilled medical care and a personalized approach focused on finding the right treatments, medications, and support systems for you. Our experience and reputation for innovation are unsurpassed.

Seeking the care of a fertility doctor helps you identify any medical conditions contributing to your ability to become pregnant. Our physicians are skilled in diagnosing fertility problems and guiding our patients through the process with care and expertise.

We offer a wide range of fertility treatments and advanced technologies that include (but are not limited to):

  • In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
  • Ovulation Induction
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
  • Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)
  • Egg Donation
  • Egg Freezing
  • Gestational Carrier/Surrogacy
  • LGBTQ+ Family Building Options

How To Get Started

Our compassionate team is with you right from the start. Our Patient Concierge makes it her first priority to address the needs of each patient and is more than happy to answer any questions you may have along the way.

With offices in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, we offer the flexibility to visit any of our locations that fit your needs and are close to where you may live or work. If you have additional questions on what to look for in your fertility center or where to start, schedule your initial consultation today.


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