Gender Selection and Infertility
Are you struggling to conceive a child with your partner?
Have you experienced depression or self-esteem issues due to the constant stress about trying to get pregnant?
You’re not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 6.7% of married women aged 15-44 in the United States are infertile, and 7.3 million women in the same age range have used infertility services.
Infertility can be something simple to correct, or it can take a complicated sequence of tests to figure out. Whatever the case may be, our doctors will focus on your individual case to help you achieve a pregnancy if possible. Individual measure will vary depending on situations, and may include, but not be limited to:
- Semen Analysis
- Medications (if necessary)
- Blood Tests for hormonal evaluations
- Individual and family history
- Possible referrals to different specialties
Some of the procedures and tests referenced may be covered by your insurance if you have a history of infertility. You must contact your insurance to be sure, and then contact our office to see if we accept your type of insurance. You may then become a patient of one of our doctors to see if we can help assist you in a normal pregnancy.
There is no insurance accepted for the gender selection program, The Ericsson Method.
If you’ve been struggling to conceive and want to know if the Ericsson Method of gender selection is the right choice for your family, please contact us!
We have an experienced team of doctors who are ready to help you with family balancing, avoiding passing on a genetic defect, or infertility.