eIVF Patient Portal

The eIVF portal is a very convenient resource that allows patients to review their lab results, communicate with their physicians and nurses. Treatment plans can also be reviewed. You must be a patient to use the eIVF system. New patients can request an identification number.

About RMSCVA

About Our Virginia Fertility Clinic

The Reproductive Medicine and Surgery Center of Virginia, PLC, a Virginia fertility clinic, offers all female and male infertility evaluation and treatment options as well as other reproductive health services. Our Virginia fertility clinic staff includes three board certified reproductive endocrinologists, infertility specialists.

Our fertility clinic offers all services for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility including in vitro fertilization (IVF), tubal reversal surgery, endometriosis, fibroids (myomas), Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), premature ovarian failure, irregular menstrual cycles, recurrent miscarriage, intrauterine insemination (IUI), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), egg donation, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), minimally invasive and conservative surgery, and advanced laparoscopy and hysteroscopy.

 

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DONOR EGG IVF

Donor Egg

Many women are can't conceive using their own eggs. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including age, premature ovarian failure, diminished ovarian function, etc. If a woman has a uterus and is no older than 50 years, she may be eligible for the donor egg program.

This is a confidential, anonymous program. We rigorously screen potential donors for infectious diseases, genetic disorders in her family and psychological issues. Our donors are recruited by our egg donor IVF coordinator, Stephanie Barrix, R.N.

The links below provide the details of our donor egg program including donor qualification and donor egg success rates.

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Fertility Drugs

Oral And Injectable Infertility Drugs

There are now many drugs available to treat infertility. Many times pregnancy can be achieved with oral drugs such as Clomid or Letrozole or these medications are combined with IUI. In PCOS patients, Metfomin is often the drug of first choice. Advanced reproductive technologies (IVF) require the use of injectable follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) to cause the development of multiple eggs needed for IVF.

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Fertility Preservation

Fertility Preservation- Egg Freezing

Egg freezing enables a woman to freeze her eggs while she is young for use later in life. Fertility declines dramatically as women age until the menopause is reached. Many women choose to delay having children for many reasons. IVF success rates using frozen eggs tend to be high depending on a woman's ovarian reserve when her eggs were frozen.

Egg freezing also gives hope to women who must undergo cancer chemotherapy or radiation therapies, which will destroy their eggs. The eggs are frozen prior to treatment and once a cure is achieved the eggs are thawed and used in an IVF cycle.

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Fertility Tests

Fertility Tests

Both partners must undergo fertility testing especially since half of couples will have some degree of male infertility. The semen analyses is performed before any treatment of the female begins. It is very important that the semen analysis be performed by an andrologist experienced in infertility.

There are many fertility tests that will be ordered assess ovarian health, the status of the tubes and uterus, predict ovulation and evaluate other reproductive processes.

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Treatment Costs

At RMSCVA we offer lower prices compared to most of the other clinics in our region and, most importantly, offer consistently excellent pregnancy rates.  We are a highly cost-effective program and have great pride in the quality of our individualized care. When IVF is needed we offer several programs to help couples deals with the economic stores associated with infertility treatments.

IUI is effective in many cases and is less expensive than IVF. However, the per cycle pregnancy rates are much lower.

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Infertility

Infertility

Infertility can have many causes in both the female and male. This is why is is critical so consult a board certified reproductive endocrinologist. The evaluation of both partners is critical since approximately half of all couples will have some degree of male factor infertility.

We discuss the common causes of infertility in the female and male.

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IUI

IUI

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) was one of the first infertility treatments used. IUI can be very effective especially when combined with ovulation inducing drugs like FSH, Clomid, or Femara. IUI is a procedure which places washed sperm into the uterine cavity by passage of a small plastic tube through the cervical opening.  IUI is performed just prior to ovulation. The indications for IUI include: low sperm count, abnormal sperm movement or shape, or unexplained infertility

There are several steps to the IUI procedure and timing of the insemination is very important. We present details on several aspects of the IUI procedure.

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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

IVF

IVF has enabled millions of couples, who otherwise had no chance of conceiving, to have children. This is particularly true where the male has moderate to severe infertility. In the past, the only option for these couples was to use a sperm donor. Using IVF with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), men with severe infertility can father children. As long as one sperm can be retrieved a pregnancy can be created.

In vitro fertilization (IVF) involves fertilization of eggs outside the body in a special environment created in the laboratory. Hundreds of thousands of babies have been delivered around the world and IVF procedures have become increasingly safer and more successful.

Many advanced reproductive technologies have been developed in conjunction with IVF to improve couples chances of conception and reduce the incidence of babies born with birth defects.

IVF is also performed using the eggs of a donor. This means that women with poor quality/quantity eggs can still have a children.

Our donor egg program is very successful as witnessed by our success rates.

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Tubal Reversal

Tubal Reversal

Tubal reversal surgery is often an effective treatment, especially for younger women. While IVF per cycle success rates are higher, a young couple can try natural conception cycles for an extended period of time.

Ovarian reserve must be assessed as women with reduced ovarian resume have a better chance of conceiving with IVF. To our knowledge, we are the only program that offers a guarantee that one of the tubes will be functional after tubal reversal surgery.

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