Common causes of infertility

The chances of conceiving decrease with age (and a woman's diminished ovarian function). But there can be other causes, including:

Endometriosis
Fibroids and Polyps
Anovulation
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Recurrent pregnancy loss
Tubal infertility
Male factor infertility

If you are a single woman
or in a same-sex relationship, schedule a consultation to learn about donor insemination and other options for conceiving a child.

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Treatments for infertility and reproductive disorders

At Westchester Reproductive Medicine, we treat infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss and other reproductive disorders. Whatever your situation, you can trust Dr. Rachel Bennett to make highly individualized recommendations based on your unique circumstances.


Infertility Treatments

The course of treatment we recommend will be based on our diagnosis, your medical history and your age. Often, more basic treatments such as medications, insemination or minimally invasive surgery will be all that you need. In some cases, it will make sense for you to undergo a more advanced procedure such as IVF.

Helpful tips for getting pregnant

Medications
Stimulating ovulation with medications is often the first course of treatment.
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Helpful tips for getting pregnant

Surgery
Some reproductive issues can be corrected with the latest surgical techniques.
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Helpful tips for getting pregnant


Insemination
Frequently used in cases of male infertility, this treatment places prepared sperm directly into the uterus.
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In Vitro Fertilization
IVF has the highest success rates but is the most time-consuming and expensive procedure.
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Treatments for Reproductive Disorders

WRM treats a wide array of reproductive disorders beyond infertility, including ambiguous sexual characteristics, adolescent menstrual issues, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), recurrent pregnancy loss and menopause-related conditions.









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