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Find a Wisconsin Fertility Clinic
Current guidelines recommend making an appointment at a fertility clinic if you have been unable to conceive after one year of trying if you’re under the age of 35 and after six months of trying if you’re over the age of 35. Fertility doctors who work out of these clinics have been specially trained to help pinpoint the cause of your infertility and develop a treatment plan that can help you conceive.
There are seven fertility clinics across the state of Wisconsin, including office locations in cities such as Green Bay, Milwaukee, and Middleton.
Wisconsin Fertility Clinic Options
FertilityAuthority.com has an extensive database of fertility clinics in the state of Wisconsin. Type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search.
Choosing a Wisconsin Fertility Clinic
Choosing a fertility clinic is an important step, and you have several options in the state of Wisconsin. But how should you go about making that decision? One important resource out there is called the Assisted Reproductive Technology report, an annual compilation of data produced by the CDC. This document provides success rates for fertility clinics across the United States for procedures like IVF and donor egg IVF.
Along with factoring in success rates, you may also want to schedule a fertility consultation at the clinics you are considering. This will give you the opportunity to speak one-on-one with a fertility doctor, ask questions, and gain more knowledge of the doctor’s areas of expertise. You may want to bring your medical records with you to this consultation, so the fertility doctor will be able to speak more specifically about your potential course of treatment.
When choosing a fertility clinic, you also want to pay attention to practical concerns, like distance from your home and hours of operation. Some fertility clinics offer weekend or evening hours, which may be necessary for you if your job is not flexible regarding frequent medical appointments. Some also offer satellite offices, which can help cut down on the distance traveled to a main office.