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When to See a New Hampshire Fertility Doctor
Being diagnosed with infertility can feel like an isolating experience. But it may help to realize that you are not alone.
In fact, RESOLVE estimates that there are over 27,000 women in the state of New Hampshire who have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying a child to term.
If you are having difficulty getting pregnant, you may want to consider transitioning your care to a fertility doctor. Fertility doctors have been specially trained to diagnose and treat disorders to the reproductive tract, including infertility.
According to the 2011 Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, which is published by the CDC, there is one fertility clinic in the state of New Hampshire, which is located in Lebanon.
What is a Fertility Doctor?
The official term for a “fertility doctor” is a reproductive endocrinologist. These are physicians who have completed advanced training in the field of reproductive endocrinology with a two to three year fellowship after also finishing a residency in obstetrics and gynecology.
Reproductive endocrinologists, or fertility doctors, diagnose and treat a variety of conditions. These include male and female infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), repeated miscarriage, endometriosis, congenital abnormalities of the uterus, and other disorders of the female reproductive tract.
Finding a Fertility Doctor
FertilityAuthority.com has an extensive database of all reproductive endocrinologists in New Hampshire. Type in your zip code in the “Find a Doctor” or “Find a Clinic” search. You can also book an appointment directly through the site or by calling 855-955-BABY.