Fertility Treatment Center

Fertility Clinic
Tempe, Arizona, 85284

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Fertility Treatment Center is highly regarded by patients and physicians throughout the nation, because of the expertise, commitment to compassionate care and excellent success rates.

    Contact Information

  • Company Name
  • Fertility Treatment Center
  • Location
  • 2155 E. Conference Drive, Suite 115
    Tempe, Arizona, 85284
    United States

    Clinic Details

  • Languages spoken
  • English
  • Year Established
  • 1990
  • Hours of Operation
  • Monday to Friday 7am — 5pm
    Saturday and Sunday 9am — 11am

More About Fertility Treatment Center

Transvaginal Ultrasound
Paired with bloodwork, an ultrasound is used to count the antral follicles in the ovaries to help complete the picture and determine the status of your ovarian reserve, and which fertility procedures are appropriate.

Testing Hormones Indicate Ovarian Reserve
The ability for a woman to conceive is directly related to the number of eggs she has remaining in her ovarian reserve. We will  test the following hormones: E2 (estrogen): stimulates the growth of the follicles and the production of fertile mucus from the cervix; also prepares the uterine lining for implantation of a fertilized egg, FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone): stimulates the development of the egg, and AMH (anti-Müllerian hormone): secreted by the small antral follicles found in the ovaries at the start of the cycle indicates the size of the ovarian reserve.

Testing Hormones that Control Ovulation and Embryo Implantation
We will evaluate LH (luteinizing hormone): stimulates the release of the egg from the follicles (ovulation), and Progesterone:  stabilizes the uterine lining for implantation of a fertilized egg and supports early pregnancy. We may also test Androgens, Prolactin, and Thyroid.

Semen Analysis
A sperm analysis test is a test that assesses the formation and maturity of sperm as well as how the sperm interact with the  seminal fluid. A fresh semen sample (no more than a half hour old) is collected and then analyzed in a laboratory for a variety of different factors. In order for sperm to be able to fertilize an egg, it is necessary for seminal fluid to be of the correct consistency as well as for sperm to have maximum motility and ideal morphology. If any of these factors are revealed to be less than perfect in a semen analysis, male fertility may be compromised.

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG test)
Performed to check for blockage of the fallopian tubes or for growths in the uterus. About 15% of infertility is due to blocked fallopian tubes, which can interfere with egg fertilization or stop a fertilized egg from reaching the uterus. If your tube(s) is blocked, Dr. Craig can also attempt to open your tubes while performing the HSG, something not available at Imaging Centers or some other clinics. An HSG can also detect fibroids, polyps, adhesions and/or other growths or scarring in the uterus. The providers at FTC will perform and interpre

Infertility Diagnostic Surgery
To treat infertility, occasionally surgery is required that includes microsurgery, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, and laser surgery. Laparoscopy is an outpatient surgical procedure utilized to diagnose and treat a variety of infertility and gynecological conditions
including pelvic pain, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic adhesions and tubal disease. During laparoscopy a thin fiber-optic tube, attached to a video camera, is inserted into the abdomen, through a small incision in the belly button. The surgeon can then evaluate the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, appendix, liver and gallbladder for the cause of pain or infertility.

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