An estimated one out of six couples attempting pregnancy will have fertility challenges. If you are struggling to conceive, you are not alone. There are steps you can take to achieve your dreams of becoming a parent. As you explore your options, you will want to work with the right physicians and the right facility to develop a treatment plan that works for you.
Did You Know…
- Infertility affects 15 million people in the U.S. annually, both men and women?
- Fertility declines in men after age 50 and declines in women after age 30?
- 13% of women age 26 to 34 have difficulty having a baby?
- 25% of women between 35 to 39 have difficulty conceiving?
- 34% of women attempting pregnancy at age 40 will have difficulty?
Our Approach to Infertility Treatment
Fertility Centers of New England has long been at the forefront of innovative fertility treatments and technology, but the science behind what we do isn’t all we do. We will help you find answers to your unexplained fertility. Our success as a facility is firmly based upon the success of our patients. We know there will be ups and downs throughout any treatment, and we are here to provide support and high-quality service to our patients, as well as excellent medical care. Fertility Centers of New England also understands that cost will always be a factor for our patients, so we strive to provide the most cost-competitive fertility treatment options possible, as well as a range of payment options.
Who We Work With
No matter what your situation is, we will work with you toward a solution. We’ve helped a range of people, from women who simply want to preserve their fertility for the future through egg freezing, to those who have gone through multiple pregnancies without success, to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility, as well as those who may have a chronic health condition that may impact their ability to conceive. Our services are available to all those seeking parenthood through assisted reproductive therapy, including single parents and same-sex couples.