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Undergoing fertility tests as a couple can give you peace of mind.

Fertility Testing for Couples at V Fertility Center

Genetics, stress levels, hormonal issues, pelvic injuries, and many other factors can impact fertility in men and women. Most experts recommend that you undergo fertility testing if: You are under 35 and have been trying to conceive for more than a year.  You are 35 or older and have been trying to conceive for six months. For many couples, fertility testing brings the peace of mind which comes with the knowledge...

Egg freezing can preserve your chances of conceiving in the future.

Egg and Sperm Freezing: Extending Your Biological Clock

More women than ever before are choosing to have children later in life. If you are one of the many not ready to become pregnant now but want to be able to get pregnant in the future, egg freezing can help you preserve your fertility. Whether you are single or a couple planning to have a child in the future, even after menopause, the V Fertility Center egg-freezing program can help...

Ovarian Stimulation

Ovarian Stimulation Maximizing the chance of Getting Pregnant.

Have you ever heard about “Ovarian stimulation”? If you’re having difficulty in getting pregnant, you might need to know why and when you will need the ovarian stimulation. Basically, each month, one of those eggs will naturally mature in a follicle on the ovary and then be released, which is called ovulation. But in women with infertility condition, only one egg might not be enough because the chance of getting pregnant...

Pelvic Adhesions

PELVIC ADHESIONS

Is a major contributing factor to infertility. These are usually caused by surgery and it occurs when scar tissue is formed. When this tissue affects the ovaries or fallopian tubes, infertility can result....

Sperm

OVARIAN CYST

Spermatogenesis is driven by testosterone production in the Leydig cells of the testes. Under the influence of Leutinizing Hormone (LH ) and Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) which are released from the anterior pituitary, the testes begin to produce sperm in a four- step process of development; spermatogonia, spermatocyte, spermatid, and spermatozoon....