Fertility Answers, in recognition of National Infertility Awareness Week®, April 23 through April 29, will offer two discounted services during the entire month of April 2017 to help raise awareness about infertility and women’s fertility potential and preservation.
Learn Your Fertility Potential with AMH Testing – Anti-mullerian, or AMH, testing is a simple blood test that can provide useful information about a woman’s ovarian reserve, or egg supply. The levels of AMH in the blood indicate the approximate number of follicles in a woman’s ovaries. AMH testing can be performed at any time during a woman‘s cycle. This test can help women begin planning their families and identify whether fertility preservation with egg freezing is appropriate for them. During the month of April 2017, AMH testing can be completed for only $10 at any Fertility Answers location.
Preserve Your Fertility with Egg Freezing – There are many reasons why women may want to postpone pregnancy. Some women may be focusing on their education or career, while others are still trying to find the perfect partner. Egg freezing is an excellent way to preserve future fertility. During the month of April 2017, women can lock in the special rate of $6,000 (excluding medications) to freeze their eggs at our Baton Rouge, Louisiana fertility center.
Since 2002, Louisiana fertility clinic Fertility Answers has helped thousands of couples realize their dreams of building a family. The physicians at Fertility Answers offer comprehensive assisted reproductive services, including in vitro fertilization, egg freezing and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis. With two locations to choose from in Lafayette and Baton Rouge, Fertility Answers offers all the conveniences and technologies of a large metropolitan clinic with the familiarity and comfort of home.
“National Infertility Awareness Week is a movement to educate the public and create greater awareness and understanding about infertility in Louisiana. Our goal is to help women and men find answers and get the support they need to make important medical decisions and address the medical, emotional, social and economic challenges infertility can present,” said Dr. John Storment, medical director at Fertility Answers.