2245 N 400 E Suite 201

North Logan, UT 84341

(435) 787-7001

Mon. - Fri. 8:30 am to 5 pm

Our Services

Fertility Treatment

Adding a new member to your family can be both exciting and difficult, and we're honored to play a part in your journey. We understand that seeking assistance for infertility is not always easy-- you're trusting us to assist you with a major life change, and that's not a responsibility we take lightly.

We work collaboratively with our fertility partners to come up with an effective treatment plan for each patient. Our providers believe in a holistic approach to fertility treatment, and we're committed to being available for our patients whenever they have concerns or questions. Together we can change lives and help you build the family you’ve been dreaming of.

What are my treatment options for infertility?

We offer treatment for infertility and miscarriages including ultrasound, labs, ovulation induction and intrauterine insemination. Using different types of lab work, we can identify hormonal problems that may be causing infertility.  We will often use lab work to track your cycles and make sure you have appropriate levels for a healthy pregnancy.

We can perform ultrasounds to evaluate your uterine & ovarian anatomy as well as follow follicle development, endometrial response, and ovulation. If it is determined that you do not ovulate, we can stimulate ovulation with medications and “force” ovulation with injectable medications.

Semen analysis is also included in our lab workups. If there is a male factor, we can recommend a urologist for treatment, or in some cases, treat with Intrauterine insemination (IUI). This is done in the office where the semen is cleaned and prepped, and the sample is placed at the time of ovulation, bypassing many of the common barriers to conception.

If these steps are unsuccessful at helping you conceive, we've also partnered with Conceptions Fertility Center in Provo, UT for more advanced treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF). We can do much of the treatment and testing locally to minimize the frequent trips out of the valley.

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