Fertility Treatments at Boca Fertility
Your fertility future is bright at Boca Fertility.
At Boca Fertility, we are renowned for our commitment to excellence, utilizing cutting-edge, evidence-based care to help individuals and couples achieve successful fertility outcomes. With a focus on innovation, expertise, and a patient-centric approach, we strive to guide our patients toward brighter fertility futures
Ovulation induction is a fertility treatment aimed at helping individuals or couples conceive by stimulating the ovaries to release eggs. Medications, such as hormones, are used to regulate and enhance ovulation, increasing the chances of successful fertilization. This fertility treatment is commonly used for women with irregular ovulation patterns.
IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)
IVF is a widely-practiced assisted reproductive technology where eggs are extracted from a woman’s ovaries, fertilized with sperm in a lab, then transferred back into the woman’s uterus. IVF is used for various fertility challenges, including blocked fallopian tubes, male infertility, and unexplained infertility.
IUI (Intrauterine Insemination)
IUI involves placing prepared and concentrated sperm directly into a woman’s uterus around the time of ovulation. This fertility treatment procedure enhances the chances of sperm reaching and fertilizing the egg. IUI is commonly used when there are issues with sperm quality, cervical mucus, or unexplained fertility problems.
Egg freezing, also known as oocyte cryopreservation, is a process where a woman’s eggs are extracted, frozen, and stored for potential future use. This fertility treatment option is beneficial for women who want to preserve their fertility due to medical treatments that might impact their reproductive system or for those who wish to delay childbearing for personal or career reasons.
LGBTQ+ Family Building
Boca Fertility offers various fertility treatments for same-sex individuals and couples to become parents. LGBTQ+ family building options may include assisted reproductive technologies like IVF, IUI, sperm or egg donation, and surrogacy.
Donation & Gestational Carrying
Donation and gestational carriers involve third-party assistance in achieving pregnancy. Sperm or egg donation is when individuals use donated sperm or eggs for fertilization. Gestational carrying entails a woman carrying a pregnancy on behalf of another individual or couple. These fertility treatment options are chosen when individuals cannot conceive or carry a pregnancy themselves.
Oncofertility is a specialized field of fertility treatment that focuses on preserving fertility in individuals undergoing cancer treatment. Chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery can negatively impact fertility. Oncofertility treatments, such as egg or sperm freezing and pre-implantation genetic testing, allow cancer survivors to have a chance at future parenthood after treatment.
Surgical procedures in fertility treatment address anatomical issues that may hinder natural conception. Examples include correcting blocked fallopian tubes, removing uterine fibroids or polyps, and addressing endometriosis. These procedures aim to improve the chances of successful conception and pregnancy.