Our dedicated team of professionals is committed to partnering with patients and referring physicians to treat many conditions in addition to infertility.
Some of these conditions include:
- Chronic Pelvic Pain
- Diagnosis and Treatment of Recurrent Miscarriages
- Galactorrhea (breast discharge)
- Gynecologic Surgery for Endometriosis
- Hirsutism (unwanted hair growth)
- Hormonal Abnormalities
- Irregular Menstrual Cycles
- Pituitary Tumors
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Postmenopausal Symptoms
- Uterine Abnormalities
The physicians and staff of Fertility Center of the Carolinas offer our patients helpful resources for ordering and administering prescription fertility medications.
Freedom Fertility Pharmacy – This online pharmacy offers patients the security of purchasing prescribed fertility medications from the privacy of your home 24 hours a day seven days per week.
Freedom MedTEACH is an online partner offering video instructions for administering fertility medications.
Sperm Donor Program
When the male partner has too few or no sperm, the couple may choose to use donated sperm. The process involves choosing a donor that matches the characteristics the couple is looking for. Donors can be sought that match the husband’s hair and eye color or blood type, for example. We recommend California Cryobank, which has a large selection of donors available. They will prepare and ship frozen sperm to our andrology laboratory where it is stored until the couple is ready to use it. The sperm is put into the uterus of the female partner on the day of ovulation through a process called intrauterine insemination (IUI). For IUI, the female partner uses a urinary LH predictor kit to detect the ovulatory LH surge. Based on the rise in LH she detects, the IUI is scheduled for the next day. Success rates vary for donor sperm depending on the circumstances. You should expect that multiple attempts are often required before pregnancy is achieved.
Success Rate Reports
Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology
Resolve Support Group
The American Fertility Association
American Fertility Association
Endometriosis Support Group
Fertility Preservation 101
Hormone Health Network
Patient Fact Sheets