Providing state-of-the-art fertility treatments, IVF, Donor Eggs, Donor Sperm and Fertility Preservation Options in Our Austin Fertility Center
You’ve got options.
Before beginning fertility treatments in our Austin fertility center, Texas Fertility Center physicians will detail the different paths you can take, and advocate the best course of action for you and your partner.
Our fertility specialists favor minimally invasive, cost-effective solutions ranging from ovulation induction and artificial insemination to In-vitro Fertilization and preimplantation genetic screening. Rest assured that we will not proceed with fertility treatment until all of the benefits, risks, and costs have been clearly explained to you and we have agreed on a plan that works for you.
Your situation is unique and our Austin Fertility Center’s customized treatment plans reflect the most direct and efficient route to achieve a successful outcome. Should you choose to pursue treatment with ovulation induction, we’ll discuss the use of fertility medications such as Clomid and the injectable gonadotropins.
If you require in vitro fertilization, we will make sure that you and your partner thoroughly understand every aspect of the procedure, including the possible use of intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), assisted hatching,preimplantation genetic screening (PGS), and embryo freezing which could allow you the possibility of future frozen embryo transfers.
If you or your partner will benefit from donor gametes, we will detail for you the proven success of TFC’s in-house egg donor program.
Our Austin fertility clinic also specializes in fertility preservation that affords cancer patients new hope for conceiving a healthy baby after chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery, as well as elective egg freezing to help women conserve their future fertility.
Ask our friendly office staff to schedule your consultation appointment. We’ll review your evaluation results and discuss all possible treatment options. TFC always considers your goals and objectives before recommending the treatment most likely to bring a baby into your home.