Why Can’t I Get Pregnant?
There are many different paths toward parenthood. Some may need a little guidance along the way.
Solving the Infertility Puzzle
About 6% of people trying to achieve pregnancy will be unsuccessful after a year. But digging deeper into this number reveals there are many contributing factors hindering a couple’s ability to conceive. Our role here at Fertility Centers of New England is to look into those causes and provide treatments, support, and guidance that help those couples achieve their dream of parenthood.
For some, pregnancy comes quickly, but for others achieving pregnancy may require medical assistance. You’ve thought about seeking medical care. We’re here to help you take the first step.
We begin all patient care with an evaluation process that typically takes one menstrual cycle. This evaluation will include a series of tests to determine if there is a medical condition contributing to your struggles to conceive. This is also a time to ensure each patient has the emotional support she needs to successfully navigate the process. We offer referrals for mental health treatment and other resources to ensure comprehensive treatment that supports you emotionally and physically.