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Unexplained Infertility

How to Move Forward After a Diagnosis of Idiopathic Infertility

You may wonder why some cases of infertility are more clear-cut than others. The American Association for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), has explained: "Couples with unexplained infertility may have problems with egg quality, tubal function, or sperm function that are difficult to diagnose and/or treat." Another contributing factor involves embryo implantation. Fertility specialists and embryologists continue to search for answers as to why some pregnancies inexplicably end at this stage of the reproductive process.

Testing for Unexplained Infertility

We provide compassionate care at Palm Beach Fertility Center. We know how struggling with infertility is frustrating, and we are here to work with you to overcome your challenges. Whether you are looking for a second opinion or testing, we are here to help. We can re-run semen analysis, blood tests, and hormone tests to ensure that results remain the same.

We may also provide in-office sonograms and serial blood draws to evaluate the female cycle. If you have not had a laparoscopy or other diagnostic procedure, in the past, Dr. Denker will discuss the pros and cons with you to determine if this is an option for you.

Even if you have been diagnosed with Unexplained Infertilty (meaning infertility with no known cause), there is still hope. We tend to gravitate toward more conservative, holistic options when you have unexplained infertility. Dr. Mark Denker favors a stair-step approach to treating unexplained infertility.

Think of intrauterine insemination as the first step, leading to advanced reproductive technologies (ARTs):

  • Ovulation induction with Clomid
  • Intrauterine insemination IUI involving either 1) oral fertility medications or 2) injectable medications and oral medications
  • In-vitro fertilization IVF

Schedule an Appointment Today

Often, couples who receive a diagnosis of idiopathic fertility will eventually get pregnant without medical intervention. However, advanced maternal age can add another complicating factor when too much time passes. Contact us as soon as possible to continue your journey to starting a family.

If you are ready to proceed with fertility treatment to condense the time it takes to get pregnant, contact a member of our staff at Palm Beach Fertility Center today at (888) 819-5177.

Fertility Care as
Unique as Your DNA

Anyone trying to conceive without success knows that infertility can consume your life. Dr. Mark Denker, M.D., R.E., and the compassionate team at Palm Beach Fertility Center understand that nothing matters more to you than building a family. We devote ourselves to helping resolve infertility with individualized care that produces optimal results.

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