Denver Fertility -Albrecht Women’s Care is a small intimate office with a two physicians Dr. Bruce
Albrecht and Dr. Dana Ambler. The AWC Team will only see a select amount of patients per month, thus
creating a family like environment and highly personalized care.
In addition, Dr. Bruce
Albrecht and Dr. Dana Ambler are physician's first who want people to achieve the dream of becoming
parents, not a business who is only in the business of IVF. Dr. Albrecht and Dr. Ambler's first responsibility is to
find the least evasive fertility treatment possible to achieve success.
Our IVF coordination staff
and team of nurses are available to answer questions via phone, call us today!
IVF is a precise process
that requires proper evaluation and preparation that is generally based on a
menstrual cycle time frame. It is extremely important to have proper testing
and timing for the highest chance to achieve a positive outcome.
The IVF staff or billing
office is happy to personally give you generalized pricing information. Once
IVF staff receives your customized treatment plan they will help give you a
more a precise fee schedule based on your individual needs. We are an
affordable, personalized, high quality fertility care choice.
We have office hours by
appointment only, but if you experience a surge, our staff is on call to accommodate
you at all times for IVF and cycle monitoring.
Approximately one in six
couples in the United States requires help when trying to conceive. There are
many different factors contributing to infertility, however over 85% if
infertility cases can be treated with conventional methods such as surgery,
medications and modern therapy.
Infertility issues can stem from both the male and
female. Females often experience problems with inconsistent ovulation, blocked
fallopian tubes, endometriosis, PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), hormonal
imbalances, and improper fertilization of embryos. Infertility in men can
include low sperm production and inability of sperm to reach the eggs. Certain Lifestyle, diet, age and hereditary
factors can also play a part.
Abnormal levels in hormones can greatly affect your
ability to conceive. These hormones include the follicle stimulating hormone
(FSH), Estradiol, Luteinizing hormone (LH), Prolactin, Progesterone, Thyroid
stimulating hormone (TSH) and androgen hormones.
ART is exactly what the name implies, assisted
technology in reproduction. The most common technology used is IVF-in-vitro fertilization.
This technology enables a couple to increase their chances of conceiving when
other methods have not worked.
Intrauterine inseminations are typically done in
the physician’s office. This process involves using a slender catheter tube and
places sperm directly into the uterus when ovulating. IVF is a method of
reproduction more complex than an IUI. This involves growing and surgically
harvesting women’s eggs from the ovaries and combining them with sperm outside
of the uterus. Then once fertilization has occurred the embryo is placed into a
women’s uterus for incubation.
Being happy and healthy can have a huge affect on
being able to conceive. A healthy diet and moderate exercise can increase
chances of conceiving. Smoking, drinking and recreational drugs can inhibit
your chances of reproducing.
The emotional stress of infertility can play havoc
on a relationship no matter what the circumstances behind the infertility are.
Couples dealing with infertility will face many challenges and learning how to
cope with these obstacles will help reduce the stress, increase your odds of
conceiving and improve your overall relationship with one another. Counselors
of infertility will help couples learn to cope with the frustrations that come
along with infertility such as anger, grief, blame, and depression.
Acupuncture has been researched and found to be
quite helpful in conceiving when combined with the technologies in assisted
reproduction. There have been studies done which have shown a dramatic increase
in conceiving when combined with ART then doing only ART alone.
Some couples infertility issues will end up being
diminished ovarian egg reserve and diminished sperm capacity. When these
infertility problems arise there are solutions available through reputable
donor agencies. Explanations for each program are provided when necessary.
Accepting new patients, contact us today by providing your name and email or call us 720-420-1570. Each person is unique, we customize
our patient care to suit each woman’s expectations and needs.
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