Specialized help with infertility
There are many possible reasons why a woman is unable to get pregnant. So our first step is to determine the cause of infertility. Once we determine the cause, we can then plan a proper course of treatment.
Sometimes it’s as easy as knowing when sexual activity is most likely to produce a pregnancy. Infertility can often be solved with medication. Medications can solve hormonal problems and ease infections in women with fertility problems. They can also induce ovulation and treat tubal blockages. In other cases, surgery or specialized techniques may be the most effective form of treatment. Surgery can repair problems in the reproductive organs to solve female infertility.
Advanced diagnostic procedures
Making an accurate diagnosis, especially for women who suffer from fibroids, physical defects of the uterus or endometriosis requires advanced diagnostic procedures that may include:
- Laparoscopic hysteroscopy tells us if your fertility problem us due to scar tissue, the shape or size of your uterus, fibroids or polyps. It may also determine the cause of repeated miscarriages, abnormal bleeding, endometriosis or a blocked fallopian tube.
- Laparoscopic fertiloscopy uses a newer technique, which allows for early diagnosis and treatment of several female reproductive disorders. Fertiloscopy is a minimally invasive way to accurately diagnose the major causes of infertility.
At the Georgia Center for Female Health, located in Peachtree Corners, GA, we will thoroughly test and evaluate your situation to find out why there is an infertility issue. Once we pinpoint the cause, we can more easily identify the appropriate treatment option for you.