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Infertility Specialist

Miami Women's Health Associates

Obstetricians & Gynecologists located in Coconut Grove, Miami, FL

Infertility can be difficult and even heartbreaking for women who want to become a parent, but help is available. Jhonathan Duarte, MD, and Vicente Gari, MD, of Miami Women's Health Associates in Miami, Florida, understand the origins of infertility and can offer potential solutions. Call their Coconut Grove office or book an appointment online today to learn more about your options.

Infertility Q&A

How do I know if I'm suffering from infertility?

Your doctor can make an official infertility diagnosis after you've been consistently trying to conceive without results. If you're under 35, your doctor can diagnose you with infertility after 12 consecutive months of trying to conceive unsuccessfully. If you're 35 or older, the time required to diagnose infertility goes down to six months.

Does infertility mean that I can never have kids?

An infertility diagnosis doesn't mean that there is no chance of ever conceiving a baby, but it does mean that you might have to take some extra measures to give yourself the best chance of getting pregnant. This begins with identifying the cause of your infertility.

How does my doctor find the reason for my infertility?

There are a variety of tests that may be able to isolate the cause of your infertility. These tests can include:

  • Pelvic ultrasound
  • Abdominal ultrasound
  • X-rays
  • Blood tests
  • Urine tests
  • Laparoscopy
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Semen testing of your partner

Your doctor at Miami Women's Health Associates analyzes the aspects of your reproductive health to determine exactly what's causing your infertility. In most cases, they are able to identify a cause or at least a suspected cause. This can allow for the most effective treatment possible.

What's the treatment for infertility?

There is a wide range of infertility solutions available today, and your doctor at Miami Women's Health Associates customizes your treatment based on your needs and wishes.

Typically, your infertility treatment starts with the least invasive options first. This may include closely tracking your ovulation in combination with a healthy lifestyle. If you need help to conceive, your treatment options may include:

  • Medication to induce ovulation
  • Hormone therapy
  • Recanalization to open fallopian tubes
  • In vitro fertilization
  • Intrauterine insemination

Your infertility treatments are up to you. If your age is a major concern, you might opt for the more aggressive treatments sooner than you otherwise would. The team at Miami Women's Health Associates is always available to support and guide you, regardless of which approach you choose.

Miami Women's Health Associates will do everything possible to help you achieve your dreams of having a baby. To schedule an infertility consultation, call the office or use the online booking tool.