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Center for Applied Reproductive Science
Infertility affects one out of six couples. Many with infertility feel alone, isolated and do not know how, or where, to seek help. Few wear a badge that says, "I'm infertile."
Some may have spent years trying to become pregnant without success; others may have spent only a few months trying, but most have questions that need answers. The great news is that most infertility is very treatable. Help might be much closer, even easier, and less expensive, than you have heard.
Johnson City Medical Center Office Building
408 N. State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, Tennessee 37604
Fertility Associates of Memphis
In vitro fertilization (IVF) involves collecting eggs and sperm from a couple and placing them together in a laboratory dish to fertilize outside the body, or in vitro. The fertilized eggs (embryos or blastocysts) are then transferred several days later into the womb or uterus. After embryo transfer (ET), implantation and embryo development occur just as in a normal pregnancy.
Kutteh Ke Fertility Associates of Memphis, PLLC
Memphis Fertility Laboratory, Inc.
80 Humphreys Center, Suite 307 ∙ Memphis, TN 38120-2363
Nashville Fertility Center - Assisted Reproductive Technologies
IVF is a process where fertilization takes place outside the body, in a petri dish or a test tube. A woman's eggs are aspirated from her ovaries and placed with sperm. After culture of the embryos for three to five days, the embryos are placed in the woman's uterus. The IVF cycle includes administration of medicines for stimulation of the ovaries (ovarian hyperstimulation), egg retrieval, fertilization and embryo culture, and embryo transfer. If patients choose, cryopreservation may be performed.
345 23rd Avenue North, Suite 401
Nashville, TN 37203