Maybe you’re new to infertility, or perhaps you’re looking for more options in care. Either way, we understand and are here for you.


From our physicians, nurses and embryologists to our financial coordinators and support teams, we all take pride in offering the simple touches and conveniences that help you stay positive and focused on success.

We provide convenient appointment hours and treatment-cycle monitoring starting at 8 a.m., which helps our patients balance their time in care more effectively.

Our physicians (not technicians) provide monitoring, which offers a higher level of personalized care and a chance to have your questions answered every day.

Along with our partner, RMA Philadelphia, we stay true to the same primary goal of helping every one of our patients realize their dream of becoming parents to healthy babies. Our partner, RMA, continues to make it our goal to bring the best research and innovative treatment that we are known for worldwide.

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There are several options for treating infertility. Couples work in conjunction with fertility specialists to determine the best path forward.

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

IUI is a type of artificial insemination that allows doctors to inject sperm directly into a woman’s uterine cavity during an optimal time of ovulation.

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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

IVF is the procedure most associated with fertility treatment. During IVF, the ovaries are stimulated to release multiple eggs. The eggs are fertilized with sperm, creating an embryo. The embryos grow in the lab for up to seven days, are genetically tested and then frozen. Once the uterus is ready to receive the embryo, the frozen embryo is transferred back into the uterus.

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Ovarian Induction

The purpose of OI is to produce multiple eggs to increase the likelihood of conception. For women who do not ovulate regularly, oral or injectable medications may be administered to support oocyte or egg development.

Single Embryo Transfer (SET)

SET is a procedure in which a single, high-quality embryo is selected and transferred into the uterus, with the help of Pre-Implantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidy (PGT-A).

Fertility Preservation
(Egg Freezing)

Fertility preservation, or egg freezing, is for women (and individuals born with female reproductive organs) who are not ready to start their family or are undergoing treatment for cancer. By freezing your eggs while they are still young and healthy, you can plan your future fertility your way.

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Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)

FET is a cycle during which frozen embryos from a previous fresh in vitro fertilization cycle (or donor egg cycle) are thawed and then transferred into a woman’s uterus.

Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT)

PGT-A is offered to all IVF patients to identify extra or missing chromosomes. PGT-M is a test available for any patient at risk of having a child with cystic fibrosis, hereditary cancer predispositions or neurofibromatosis. PGT-SR is an option where one partner has a chromosomal rearrangement such as a translocation or inversion.

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

ICSI is an infertility treatment that involves injecting one sperm directly into an egg. ICSI is part of an In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedure.

Fertility Options for a Range of Individuals

We believe that everyone deserves to have a family. Whether you love someone of the opposite gender, same gender, or a non-binary individual, we can help you start your family. Read about our options for LGBTQ+ , Lesbian Women, Co-IVF for Lesbian Couples, Transgender Options, Single by Choice

  • What are risk factors for infertility?
What are risk factors for infertility?
  • Women who do not get their periods or whose periods are not regular (coming at least every 30-35 days).

  • Women with a history of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or endometriosis.

  • Women with known or suspected uterine/tubal disease. This includes women with fibroids or women who have a history of gonorrhea or chlamydia.

  • Male Infertility: Women whose male partner has a history of groin or testicular surgery, adult mumps, impotence or other sexual dysfunction, chemotherapy and/or radiation, a history of subfertility with another partner or whose male partner has had an abnormal semen analysis.


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Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 215-735-7992
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