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Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine
With in vitro fertilization, the processes that normally occur in the woman'sfallopian tube are taking place in the laboratory. The eggs are taken from theovary, placed with sperm in a dish or a single sperm is injected into the eggto achieve fertilization, and the resulting embryos are placed inside thewoman's uterine cavity by passing a catheter through the cervix. Embryofreezing is also done if there are extra embryos after the transfer.
Avista Two Medical Plaza, Suite 240
80 Health Park Drive
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Conceptions Reproductive Associates of Colorado
Infertility is a medical problem that can be treated. It involves a disease orcondition of the reproductive system, in either a male or female, whichinhibits the couple's ability to conceive after a year of unprotectedintercourse (six months for women over age 35) or to carry a pregnancy toterm.
Littleton- 271 W County Line Rd,
Littleton, CO 80129
RMCRM: A State-of-the-Art IVF Facility in Colorado
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF): For patients with irreparably damaged fallopiantubes, profound oligospermia, or failure to conceive after adequate attemptsof intrauterine inseminations, in vitro fertilization (IVF) has become thetreatment of choice. The technology involves incubating the oocytes and spermin the laboratory and allowing the resulting embryo(s) to develop for a numberof days prior to transferring them into the endometrial cavity.
Rocky Mountain Center for Reproductive Medicine®
1080 East Elizabeth Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970) 493-6353 (800) 624-9035