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Find a Brooklyn Fertility Clinic

Making an appointment at a fertility clinic is an important step if you have been trying to conceive, but have been unable to do so. The fertility doctors at these clinics have been specially trained to diagnose and then treat various causes of infertility.

There are 38 fertility clinics located in the state of New York, including the greater New York City area. Two of these fertility clinics are located in Brooklyn. These fertility clinics offer treatments like fertility medications, intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), egg donation, and other options. They also offer egg freezing for fertility preservation.

Brooklyn Fertility Clinic Options has an extensive database of fertility clinics in the Brooklyn and the New York City area. To find a clinic near you, enter your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search at the top of the website.

Choosing a Fertility Clinic

With so many fertility clinic options in New York—including two right in Brooklyn—how can you choose the best option for you?

One factor to consider is the success rates for the fertility clinic. Success rates are published in the CDC’s annual Assisted Reproductive Technology Report. Because it takes some time to compile the data, the latest success rates are from about three years prior.

Success rates can tell you a lot about a fertility clinic, but it is important to read them carefully. You want to choose a fertility clinic that has a high number of total cycles for women in your age group—that shows they have a lot of experience treating women your age. Also, pay attention to diagnoses they treat and patients they accept. Some fertility clinics don’t accept patient over a certain age or with certain diagnoses that may make pregnancy more difficult to achieve. And by not accepting these patients, their success rates may seem higher.

Additionally, you can also choose a fertility clinic with help from recommendations by people you trust, such as a doctor or family or friend with experience with infertility. You may also want to weigh in other considerations, like how far the clinic is from your home or work, and whether they offer night, weekend, or extended appointment hours.


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