Infertility is a medical condition that affects 15-20% of married couples in the United States. Far from being a medical condition alone, the inability to become pregnant has a profound influence on a couple's emotional, psychological, and even physical well being. Infertility can cause undue stress on a marriage, many times resulting in spouses growing further apart rather than closer together.
The Wildermuth Reproductive Treatment Center at Sisters Hospital in Buffalo provides support and services to couples who want to maximize their fertility without resorting to artificial reproductive technologies.
Only diagnostic and treatment techniques that are in accordance with the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care are performed at the Center. The Center relies on Natural Family Planning as an important adjunct to maximizing the couple's fertility.
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Including a review of the couple's history and complete female physical, if indicated.
Including hormonal studies, Hysterosalpingography, Ultrasound follicle series, Semen analysis, and Laparascopy.
Treatment is based on the underlying condition causing infertility and can include:
Utilizing natural family planning, the couple will learn the natural signs of fertility awareness to help in diagnosis and treatment.
A limited amount of funds will be available to those couples unable to afford certain diagnostic or treatment options.