Infertility

Premier Health providers answer frequently asked questions about infertility.

What are common infertility treatments?

If you’re diagnosed with infertility, you might still be able to have a baby, according to the American Society for Reproductive MedicineOff Site Icon. Up to 85 to 90 percent of infertility cases can be treated with medicine or surgery, according to the ASRM.

A number of treatment options are available to both women and men, according to the National Institutes of HealthOff Site Icon:

For women:

  • Medications – drug therapies that support egg maturity, ovulation, and hormone levels
  • Surgery – disease treatment of fallopian tubes
  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI) – medical injection of sperm into the uterus
  • In vitro fertilization – sperm and egg from the couple are matched in a laboratory to produce an embryo that is later placed in the womb, resulting in pregnancy

For men:

  • Medication to treat hormone imbalances
  • Medication to treat erectile dysfunction
  • Surgery

If you have infertility issues, talk to your doctor about treatment options.

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Source: Steven Lindheim, MD, Wright State Physicians