Infertility

Infertility treatment from Waukesha OBGYN's at Womens Healthcare Treatment Options for Infertile Couples in Wisconsin

Infertility refers to the inability to get pregnant after actively trying for a period over 12 months. This is a very complex and emotional problem that requires individual treatment. Women's Health Care specializes in the diagnosis and first line treatment of infertility. Approximately 6 million couples of childbearing age in the United States are affected by infertility. In 85-90% of cases, infertility can be treated with medication or surgery. There are many contributors to fertility including ovulation disorders, fibroids, endometriosis, poor egg quality, hormonal imbalance or blocked fallopian tubes.

The expertly trained staff at Women's Health Care has expertise and over 50 years of combined experience in diagnosing and treating infertility. Whether you wish to pursue advanced hormone therapy, insemination, or tracking ovulation and basal body temperature, we will be there for you with cost-effective care. At our practice, all treatment plans are individualized specifically to your needs and revisited at every appointment because we are dedicated to your treatment and fertility success.

Your Health History Matters

Patient Questionnaire FormBefore your consult at our healthcare center, please print out and fill in this Infertility History Patient Questionnaire. The first half asks for information on the female partner while the second half will cover the male. This will help us to gather all the information we need to make an accurate diagnosis and develop a treatment plan.

Sometimes, the answers of the questionnaire may indicate lifestyle factors as the source of infertility. Follow these tips for better reproductive health to reduce your chances of infertility. Since research into infertility will vary from person to person, what works for one patient may not work for another. However, many of these suggestions have helped men and women to improve their fertility. A consultation with Women’s Health Care will determine what you need to successfully conceive.

Contact Waukesha Gynecologists for infertility diagnosis and treatment options.