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Artificial Insemination Trumbull CT

Local resource for artificial insemination in Trumbull. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to homologous insemination, intracervcial insemination, intrauterine insemination, alternative infertility treatments, and fertility drugs, as well as advice and content on some of the procedures used to treat infertility.

Connecticut Fertility Associates (CFA)
(203) 373-1200
4920 Main Street, Suite 305
Bridgeport, CT
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Reproductive Medicine Associates of CT
(800) 865-5431
10 Glover Avenue
Norwalk, CT
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New England Fertility Institute
(203) 325-3200
1275 Summer St, Suite 201
Stamford, CT
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Dr. Karol J. Chacho
(203) 372-5282
4699 Main Street
Bridgeport, CT
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Primed Physicians United For Patient Care
(203) 459-0408
888 White Plains Rd
Trumbull, CT
 
Dr. Karol J. Chacho
(203) 372-5282
4699 Main Street
Bridgeport, CT
Services and Treatments Available
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
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Connecticut Fertility Associates (CFA)
(203) 373-1200
4920 Main Street, Suite 305
Bridgeport, CT
Services and Treatments Available
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Membership Organizations
Internet Health Resources

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Reproductive Medicine Associates of CT
(800) 865-5431
10 Glover Avenue
Norwalk, CT
Services and Treatments Available
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
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Internet Health Resources

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Driesman Mitchell H MD
(203) 385-1111
999 Silver Ln
Trumbull, CT
 
Boone Peter S MD
(203) 268-2882
888 White Plains Rd
Trumbull, CT
 
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Artificial Insemination

For many couples, conceiving is difficult, or downright impossible. Your health, medical history, and Mother Nature all play a role in your conception. If you or your partner has a fertility problem, it can be both frustrating and time consuming. Doctors recommend that you try to conceive naturally for one year, by having unprotected intercourse and tracking your ovulation.

Artificial insemination is an option for couples who can't conceive naturally, and have tried various other options. If you have a cervical mucous problem, or your partner has inactive sperm or a low sperm count, your physician will discuss artificial insemination with you. Men who suffer from erectile dysfuntion, have an unusually small penis, or are very obese may also benefit from artificial insemination.

The man's sperm is collected and washed, and then injected into the vagina or uterus by syringe. Most times, doctors will inject the sperm into the uterus, which carries a 10-22% success rate, compared to just 12% with vaginal insertion. If a male is unable to produce viable sperm, or in the case of single women or lesbian couples, donor sperm is used. To be eligible for artificial insemination, a women must not have any abnormalities of the pelvis or fallopian tubes, or any serious medical conditions or infections.

You can choose homologous insemination, which is also known as cup insemination. The sperm is placed in a cup at the cervix during the time of ovulation, and the procedure takes place in the physician's office or fertility clinic. Intracervcial insemination involves spinning the sperm to collect the best sample, which is then placed in a catheter and put directly into the cervix. Finally, intrauterine insemination, which has the best results, is mixed with blood to create sperm with no semen. The good sperm are separated from the inactive sperm, and are placed in a catheter which is placed in the uterus.

Your physician may also prescribe fertility drugs in comb...

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