Female infertility doesn’t have to keep you from becoming a mother
If you’ve seen one negative pregnancy test after another, you might wonder if you’ll ever be able to welcome a baby. The good news is that female infertility is quite common, and it’s also very treatable. Texas Fertility Center has specialized in diagnosing and treating infertility in women and men since 1980. Madeline Kaye MD brings this high-quality family-building care to our Cedar Park fertility center.
Dr. Kaye and our team will work with you to determine why you’re struggling to conceive. Then, armed with a diagnosis, you will work with us to determine the best treatment plan to help you start or grow your family.
Reaching a diagnosis is the first step to overcome infertility in women
You’ll start your family-building journey at Texas Fertility Center with a conversation about your health history and family-building goals. Dr. Kaye will then recommend some fertility tests to help determine what could be causing your fertility struggles.
Fertility bloodwork and ultrasounds are common tests to diagnose female infertility. Depending on your unique situation, Dr. Kaye may recommend other tests such as a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) or even minimally invasive surgery.
The right fertility treatments can help overcome female infertility
Getting the right infertility diagnosis is the first step on your journey to motherhood. Working with Dr. Kaye to develop a customized treatment plan is the next step. Our Cedar Park fertility center offers a wide variety of fertility treatments to help overcome many causes of infertility in women.
- Ovulatory disorders like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- Blocked fallopian tubes
- Low ovarian reserve (egg supply)
- Unexplained infertility
- Secondary infertility
Our Cedar Park fertility center offers basic treatments like oral medications and intrauterine insemination (IUI), or artificial insemination. You can also find advanced fertility treatments, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) and donor eggs. Regardless of your family-building goals, we can develop a treatment plan that works for you.
Every step of the way, Dr. Kaye and her team will guide you through the fertility treatment process. We’ll be here to answer your questions and provide the support you need during this life-changing time.
If you’ve been struggling to conceive for a year (or at least six months if you’re 35 or over), contact us to schedule an appointment and start overcoming female infertility.