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Infertility

The caring teams at Bristol Health help you navigate the challenges of infertility and provide treatments that may help you conceive.

Support on the Path to Parenthood

Infertility affects one out of every eight couples in the United States, causing heartbreak and frustration. Our compassionate physicians provide care for infertility, including diagnosis and treatment options, so you can move forward in your journey to parenthood. Thanks to advances in reproductive medicine, many couples can become parents even after years of infertility struggles.

The Services You Need to Help Produce the Outcome You Want

Our infertility specialist work tirelessly with you to diagnose, treat and overcome your infertility issues. When you're in our care, you're treated like family as you take the steps needed to add to your family.

We work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan for infertility, determining what tests, medicines or reproductive technologies are right for your family.

Our services include:
Diagnostic testing
The first step to treating infertility is uncovering the cause, if possible. We provide diagnostic testing, including blood tests, hysteroscopy, semen analysis and more to determine what may be affecting your ability to conceive or carry a pregnancy.

Ovulation induction
Certain medicines, including pills and injections, may help you ovulate if you can’t ovulate on your own. These medicines have helped millions of women conceive.

Surgical management
We provide conservative surgical management of fibroids, endometriosis and uterine septa, which may contribute to infertility or recurrent miscarriage.

Advanced surgical techniques
 Our physicians use the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat conditions that may affect fertility.
 
Management of gynecologic conditions
Some conditions, like polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis, can affect your ability to become pregnant. We work with you to manage these conditions to reduce your risk for infertility.
 

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