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Middleton, WI 53562

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In-Vitro Fertilization

The Wisconsin Fertility Institute offers the broadest range of in vitro fertilization options in the Midwest. Our in vitro fertilization techniques are state-of-the-art but designed to maximize conception rates and additional future attempts at conception within the context of realistic economic considerations. To this end we offer routine in vitro fertilization, microIVF (a low cost alternative), and aggressive stimulation methods for optimizing chances for embryo cryopreservation. In addition, we offer preimplantation genetic diagnosis and aneuploidy screening, family balancing, fertility preservation techniques for cancer patients or single women such as embryo cryopreservation and oocyte cryopreservation, and all available forms of third party reproduction.

Our philosophy at the Wisconsin Fertility Institute is to provide patient-desired services regardless of the effects upon published statistics. As such, we often provide IVF services to those turned away at other centers. We strongly believe that paternalistic care is not in your best interest: when provided with the facts, every couple is capable of making the decisions which are best for them.

In-Vitro Fertilization 101: A Primer

The following information is intended to give you an overview of the IVF process at Wisconsin Fertility Institute. Medications Involved with IVF: Oral contraceptives: These are used to help with the timing of the drugs …

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In-Vitro Fertilization: Frequently Asked Questions

I have had all my lab testing done. Now what do I do? If your testing was completed at the Wisconsin Fertility Institute, we will contact you when the results are in and have you …

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Micro In-Vitro Fertilization (MicroIVF)

Minimal stimulation IVF (also known as Mini IVF or Micro IVF) offers infertile couples an alternative to traditional IVF. Micro IVF differs from standard IVF by: Fewer and less expensive medication Less monitoring and laboratory …

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