Many people who have tried to get pregnant feel blocked from starting a family when they have trouble conceiving a child. In-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures at the Center of Reproductive Medicine (CORM) in Houston, Texas are successful because we have quality fertility doctors that are highly experienced with this life-changing fertility treatment.
At CORM, we know that when you are considering pursuing an in-vitro pregnancy in Houston, you have access to many infertility clinics. You are searching for the best doctors – the ones with high IVF pregnancy success rates, as well as female and male diagnostic testing. If you choose the Center of Reproductive Medicine as your guide, you could soon be celebrating your baby’s first birthday.
Unlike many fertility centers in Houston, CORM has a full IVF laboratory on-site, including an in-house SurgiCenter for performing laparoscopic, hysteroscopic, hysterosalpingograms and tubal reversal surgeries. We also offer opportune and affordable fertility treatments to help couples try for an in-vitro pregnancy.
During your consultation at CORM about in-vitro pregnancy, you will learn we do provide complete infertility diagnostic testing and fertility treatment plans, including semen analysis, intrauterine inseminations and in vitro fertilization, which may or may not include intracytoplasmic sperm injection, or ICSI.
If you are researching IVF programs, there is also mini-IVF, also known as minimal stimulation treatment. Doctors will use a minimal amount of medication to stimulate your ovaries and produce a manageable number of quality eggs during a given cycle. It's been noted that mini-IVF decreases the trauma and stress of heavy hormone therapies while still offering excellent success rates.
If you want to try for an in-vitro pregnancy, here is how you can determine whether or not you qualify:
- Have a reproductive age of less than 32
- Are a non-smoker
- Have a normal uterine cavity
- Have egg reserves within the normal range
- Have a BMI of less than or equal to 32 (normal weight)
- Have a medical history acceptable to infertility physicians
- Have semen parameters within normal limits