Patients benefit from the expertise, compassion and insight contributed by each and every one of CCREI’s team. Daily Patient Care meetings are conducted by Dr. Prakash J. Thiruppathi, nurse practitioners, embryologists, and clinical staff. Every protocol plan is reviewed by our team during the duration of treatment. This approach provides our patients with a well-coordinated, well-executed, holistic experience.and some of the best success rates worldwide.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a process in which oocytes (eggs) are fertilized with sperm outside of the womb in a laboratory. The resulting embryos are transferred to the patient’s uterus with the intent to establish a pregnancy.
Using donor eggs overcomes the problem of decreased egg quality and/or quantity due to age or to other medical conditions and allows many women who could not become pregnant with their own eggs to become pregnant very easily using eggs from a donor.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a fertility procedure in which sperm are washed, concentrated, and injected directly into a woman’s uterus. The most common indications are cervical mucus abnormalities, low sperm count, low sperm motility, increased sperm viscosity, unexplained infertility, and the need to use frozen donor sperm.
Gestational surrogacy requires a surrogate to carry a pregnancy and deliver a child that is created from the egg and the sperm of the intended parents and /or donor egg and /or donor sperm and/or donated embryos in any combination.
Some conditions affecting fertility cannot be treated with medication, and surgery is required to repair the problem. Surgery may also eliminate the need for advanced treatments such as IVF and other ART services.
Contact CCREI for your consultation - (877) 588-6344
Columbus Center for Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
2323 Whittlesey Rd • Columbus, GA 31909