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Women and Fertility

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Fertility issues in women are caused by various dysfunctions of reproductive organs, systems, and processes. For a woman to successfully conceive and deliver, she must have:

  • A normal menstrual cycle
  • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
  • Progesterone development
  • Undamaged and unobstructed fallopian tubes
  • Genetically-normal eggs
  • A uterus capable of supporting a developing fetus

All of these factors contribute to increased fertility. If your body is having difficulty with one or more of these critical steps, medical intervention can help. PCRM’s specialists can accurately diagnose and treat many causes of female infertility.

Fertility issues in women are caused by various dysfunctions of reproductive organs, systems, and processes. PCRM’s specialists can accurately diagnose and treat many causes of female infertility.

  • Ovarian Factor Infertility

    When a woman is born, her ovaries contain a lifetime supply of eggs. Each month, follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)...

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  • Cervical Factor Infertility

    Cervical Factor Infertility occurs when the cervical mucus is not the right consistency, does not contain the right nutrients,...

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  • Unexplained Infertility

    For a couple trying to conceive, a diagnosis of “unexplained infertility” is difficult to receive. It’s also more common...

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  • Statistics

    PCRM IVF Pregnancy Results: Updated January 2017 At PCRM we are proud to report our IVF success rates because...

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  • Tubal Disease

    When eggs mature, a surge of luteinizing hormone (LH) initiates ovulation. It causes the ovaries to release the eggs,...

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  • Uterine Disease

    The uterus must be free of obstructions to properly prepare to support the growth of an embryo. Women with...

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  • General Fertility Questions

    We have compiled a list of answers to commonly asked questions about infertility, infertility treatments and pregnancy.

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  • How to Get Pregnant the Old Fashion Way

    Many patients believe that timing of intercourse requires precision.

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  • Recurrent Miscarriage

    Women who have experienced “recurrent miscarriage” are those who have experienced two or three or more consecutive spontaneous miscarriages....

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  • Ovulatory Disorders

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Dear Dr. Seethram & Nancy, Thank you so much for all your help & support throughout my journey to become pregnant.

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