Benefits of a fertility clinic

What are the benefits of visiting a fertility clinic?

A fertility clinic can help you find out why you are having trouble getting pregnant and offer fertility treatments to help you achieve your goal. Fertility clinics provide access to a wide variety of services in one convenient location.

When you visit the clinic, you will have an in-depth consultation with a fertility specialist to help identify the cause of your infertility and discuss your treatment options. The clinic provides specialized onsite facilities where you can receive your fertility treatments and support from trained professionals. Use the fertility clinic locator to find a fertility clinic near you.

What types of services do fertility clinics offer?

Fertility clinics offer a wide variety of services to help you conceive, including:

  • fertility testing and diagnosis of fertility problems
  • fertility treatments, such as ovulation induction, surgical fertility procedures, or assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • counselling on the emotional ups and downs of fertility treatment

The exact services offered may vary by clinic. Check with your clinic (use the fertility clinic locator to find a clinic near you) to see which services it offers.

What are my chances of getting pregnant with the help of a fertility clinic?

There is no simple answer to this question. Your chances of success will depend on your age, your reason for infertility, the fertility treatment used, and other factors in your medical history. The best way to find out your chances of getting pregnant is to talk to your fertility specialist.

If you are comparing success rates between clinics, make sure you are comparing apples to apples. There are many different measures that a clinic may use for their success rates - learn more about understanding fertility clinic success rate statistics here.

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