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Find a Michigan Fertility Clinic
If you have been having trouble trying to conceive, you may benefit from seeing a fertility doctor. Current guidelines recommend you transition your care to a fertility doctor if you have been trying to conceive without success for one year if you’re younger than 35 and for six months if you are older than 35.
You have a number of fertility clinic options in Michigan. These fertility clinics offer a full range of fertility services, including fertility tests, intrauterine insemination, IVF, egg donation, and surrogacy.
Michigan Fertility Clinic Options
FertilityAuthority.com has an extensive database of fertility clinics in the Michigan area. Type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search at the top of the website.
Choosing a Michigan Fertility Clinic
Since there are 10 fertility clinics located in cities across Michigan, you have a number of options to consider. So how can you choose?
One way is to ask for recommendations, such as from your ob/gyn or a friend or family member who has gone through fertility treatments. You may also want to look at the CDC’s Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, which gives success rates for fertility clinics across the country.
You can also learn a lot about a fertility doctor and a fertility clinic by scheduling an infertility consultation. This will give you the chance to meet with a doctor face to face, and ask questions about their areas of expertise and treatment philosophy.
Finally, you also want to factor in practical considerations. Since it is common to require frequent appointments, it is helpful to choose a fertility clinic that is an easy commute from your home and doesn’t require too much travel. If your job is not very flexible, or if you have difficulty taking off a lot of time from work for appointments, you may want to consider a fertility clinic that offers extended hours or weekend hours.