Fertility Clinic Cleveland OH

Are you and your mate in Cleveland finding it difficult to get pregnant? If you have been unable to conceive a child even though you’ve been trying for more than a year, then you have an infertility problem. The solution that you seek may require treatment by an infertility specialist at a fertility clinic . Treatment may diet, behavioral changes, drugs, and/or surgery.

Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland
(216) 721-1667
12201 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH
 
Northeast Ohio Neighborhood (NEON) Health Services, Inc
(216) 231-7700
8300 Hough Avenue
Cleveland, OH
 
Miles Broadway Health Center
(216) 883-3260
9129 Miles Avenue
Cleveland, OH
Hours
Mon.Wed, Fri (8am.12pm), Tue, Thu (1pm.4pm)

Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland
(216) 721-4010
12201 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH
Hours
Mon.Fri (5pm.10pm)

City of Cleveland VD Hotline
(216) 621-2191
1925 St. Claire Avenue
Cleveland, OH
Hours
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Thomas F. McCafferty Health Center
(216) 651-5005
4243 Lorain Avenue
Cleveland, OH
Hours
Tue, Thu (hours vary), AIDS: Daily (call)

Superior Health Center
(216) 851-2600
12100 Superior Avenue
Cleveland, OH
 
Southeast Health Center
(216) 751-3100
13301 Miles Avenue
Cleveland, OH
 
Neighborhood Health Care, Inc
(216) 281-8945
3569 Ridge Road
Cleveland, OH
 
Glen Smith Health Center
(216) 249-4100
11100 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland, OH
 

Fertility Clinic

Are you and your mate finding it difficult to get pregnant?  If you have been unable to conceive a child even though you’ve been trying for more than a year, then you have an infertility problem.  The solution that you seek may require treatment by an infertility specialist at a fertility clinic .  Treatment may diet, behavioral changes, drugs, and/or surgery. 

Some causes of infertility

•    Low sperm count
•    The shape and movement of the sperm
•    Varicocele-this is a vein in the scrotum that may prevent proper cooling of the testicle which means that the sperm count and motility is lower
•    A low level of testosterone
•    Genetic defects
•    Defective sperm
•     Fallopian tube damage or blockage
•    Problems with ovulation
•    Tumors or cysts
•    Scar tissue

In order for you to get pregnant, your mate’s sperm needs to be healthy so that at least on of them can do the front stroke into your fallopian tubes.  And you must have an egg waiting patiently in your fallopian tube ready to be fertilized. 

If you don’t ovulate, then you won’t have an egg available for fertilization.  Infertility problems occur equally between a man and a woman, it’s a complicated process to figure out what is causing the infertility that is why it is important to have a medical evaluation to try to figure out the problem and physicians at a fertility clinic specialize in fertility issues and procedures. 

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