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Find a Wyoming Fertility Clinic
If you haven’t been able to conceive after a set amount of time—one year if you’re under 35 or six months if you are older than 35—you may want to consider making an appointment at a fertility clinic. Fertility doctors who work out of these clinics can help diagnose the cause of your infertility and provide treatment options to help you conceive.
Currently, there are no fertility clinics located in the state of Wyoming. However, there is one fertility clinic located in the nearby state of Montana called the Department of Reproductive Medicine & Fertility Care at the Billings Clinic. This fertility clinic maintains two office locations in Billings and Bozeman. There are also fertility clinics in Idaho and Colorado.
Wyoming Fertility Clinic Options
FertilityAuthority.com has an extensive database of fertility clinics in the greater Wyoming area. Type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search at the top of the website. You can also book an appointment directly through the site or by speaking to a patient care advocate toll-free at 855-955-BABY or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Choosing a Wyoming Fertility Clinic
Choosing a fertility clinic is an important step in your family-building process. One of the most helpful resources available to you in your clinic search is the Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, an annual report published by the CDC.
This report gives success rates for fertility clinics across the United States, as well as diagnoses they work with and treatments they provide. The report also breaks down success rates by age groups, so you can get a better idea of how many women in your age group they treat and how successful the outcome of these cycles are.
Other considerations when choosing a Wyoming fertility clinic
Because there are no fertility clinics in Wyoming, it’s important to take distance into consideration if you intend to travel to another fertility clinic in a nearby state for treatment. It is common to have frequent appointments at your fertility clinic (depending on your treatment), so keep in mind that it may be necessary to travel that distance every so often.
Also, before you make a decision about a fertility clinic, it’s a good idea to schedule a consultation with one of the fertility doctors. This will give you a chance to meet the doctor one-on-one, ask questions, and gain more understanding of their treatment philosophy. Before you go to your consultation, prepare a list of questions you’d like answered so you can be sure you won’t forget anything.