Fertility treatment and care
At ARC, our first step in infertility treatment involves diagnosing the cause and then planning a course of care. Some causes of female infertility include failure to ovulate, endometriosis, or an abnormal uterus. Some causes of male infertility include low sperm count or erectile function.
Dr. Maya Bledsoe works with each patient to find the proper treatment for their health needs and lifestyle. Once we explore the medical causes, we can discuss fertility treatment options and if there is hope for a successful pregnancy.
Your ARC fertility service provider
For more than 25 years, Dr. Maya Bledsoe, reproductive medicine and endocrinology specialist, has helped couples successfully become pregnant and create families. Dr. Bledsoe works with both parents since male and female infertility contributes to a successful pregnancy.
- 24/7 Access to Phone Nurses
24/7 Access to Phone Nurses
You can reach all-night phone nurses by calling any clinic and pressing “4” to speak with a nurse.
- Basal Body Temperature
Basal Body Temperature
Importance and instructions for charting basal body temperature. A natural family planning method that requires the purchase of a very accurate thermometer.
- Male and Female Infertility
Male and Female Infertility
ARC male/female fertility specialists help pregnancy with: ovulation calculator, fertilization (IVF), IUI, fertility/semen analysis, artificial insemination, and more.
- Ultrasound (Sonogram)
A pelvic ultrasound is a scan that looks at the organs and structures in your pelvic area.
Endometriosis is a main cause of infertility in women. This can happen if the tissue implants in the ovaries, fallopian tubes, or on other organs in the pelvis and, in some cases, outside the pelvis.
- Female Infertility
Some factors like age, chronic diseases, and abnormalities can affect how a woman ovulates, gets pregnant, or gives birth to a baby.
Many things can affect fertility for men and women. Aging, chronic diseases, hormonal imbalances, and other factors can reduce your chances of starting a family.
- Male Infertility
Male infertility may be due to low sperm production, abnormal sperm function, or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm. Injuries, chronic illnesses, lifestyle choices, and other factors can cause male infertility.