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Find a Virginia Fertility Clinic
Making an appointment at a fertility clinic should be your next step if you’ve been having difficulty trying to conceive.
Thankfully, you have many fertility clinic options in Virginia. There are 12 fertility clinics throughout the state in cities such as Richmond, Fairfax, and Arlington. These fertility clinics are on the cutting edge of fertility-treatment technology, and offer everything from first-line treatments to advanced assisted reproductive technology options.
Virginia Fertility Clinic Options
FertilityAuthority.com has an extensive database of fertility clinics in Virginia. 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 Virginia Fertility Clinic
There are hundreds of fertility clinics in the United States, and 12 in the state of Virginia. With all those options, how can you choose the best clinic for you?
While fertility clinic success rates should not be the only factor considered, they can provide some helpful information if they are read carefully. Success rates for clinics all across the U.S. are published in the CDC’s annual Assisted Reproductive Technology Report. They include information like success rates for IVF, frozen-egg IVF, and donor egg IVF, as well the total number of cycles performed and an age breakdown.
You also want to take the entire fertility-professional team into account when making your decision. Scheduling an infertility consultation helps when choosing a fertility doctor, but it’s also a good idea to pay attention to other staff members as well when you are visiting a clinic. This gives you information that’s not available on any report, like whether the staff welcomes questions and treats their patients courteously and respectfully.
Finally, take logistics into account as well. Fertility treatment often requires frequent appointments, so it’s a good idea to pick a fertility clinic you can travel to easily. Also, ask about evening or weekend appointments—these can be lifesavers if your job isn’t very flexible with time off.