If IVF is recommended, our patients are often surprised to find out that this treatment is costly. Find out why patients would anyone pay extra for an additional procedure that is essentially elective and if it’s cost-effective.
Fertility Blogs & Videos
Information from University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine’s doctors
Advanced Reproductive Medicine’s licensed acupuncturist Geina Horton discusses acupuncture, IVF & fertility treatments as well as the unique benefits of acupuncture in the operating room.
The decision to use a sperm or egg donor to build a family is a complicated one. While the idea of a donor may seem awful at first, it’s really an unanticipated blessing that provides some interesting options.
Our philosophy is that, whenever possible, patients should be in the driver’s seat. Ultimately, the patient must decide for him or herself if they HAVE to do IVF after a thorough discussion with a knowledgeable and caring physician
Joan Manheimer, Ph.D. and staff psychologist at CU’s Advanced Reproductive Medicine discusses emotional impact of infertility and using donor sperm or eggs.
Dr. Polotsky explains how the personalized and high-quality care at the UC Advanced Reproductive Medicine attracts patients seeking fertility treatments from across the globe.
Dr. Murray explains that while all women have decreasing fertility as they age, the extent varies from woman to woman. A woman’s “ovarian reserve” or fertility potential can be evaluated with various tests, described here.
Dr. Shona Murray explains how environmental toxins affect fertility and how men and women can minimize the danger they pose.
In this video, Dr. Alvero explains why fertility success rates are confusing, how they can be manipulated, and how Advanced Reproductive Medicine starts with the most effective fertility treatments, not the most aggressive or expensive ones, to ensure your success, not just the clinic’s success rates.