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Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine in Omaha, NE, offers fertility treatment and family planning including: in vitro fertilization (IVF), andrology, egg freezing, and more! Our state-of-the-art infertility clinic is equipped with sophisticated reproductive technology, an on-site lab, modern surgical suites, and private offices so you can undergo every stage of treatment under one roof. Our physicians, nurses, and lab techs are committed to providing compassionate care. To find out how we can help you, contact Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine online. You can also reach our Omaha, NE, practice by phone.

Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine can be found at 7308 S 142nd St . The following is offered: Infertility Counseling - In Omaha there are 6 other Infertility Counseling. An overview can be found here.

Keywords Fertility Clinic, Family Planning Center, In Vitro Fertilization, LGBTQ Family Planning, Reproductive Health Clinic, Infertility Clinic, Egg Donation, Egg Freezing, Andrology, Infertility Treatment, Family Building for Gay Men, Family Building for Lesbian Couples, Recurrent Miscarriage Treatment, Tubal Ligation Reversal, Endometriosis Treatment, PCOS Treatment.

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  • Infertility Clinic

    If you are unable to become pregnant, you are not alone. The Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine has helped countless individuals experience the joys of parenthood thanks to state-of-the-art fertility treatments. Whether performing IVF, intrauterine insemination, or addressing issues with the fallopian tubes, our team of physicians and nurses can suggest an effective infertility treatment for your needs. To learn more about the latest in assisted reproductive technology (ART), contact our fertility doctors online. You can also reach our Omaha, NE, clinic by phone.

    Link: Infertility Clinic

  • In Vitro Fertilization

    IVF is an assisted reproductive technique in which eggs are retrieved from the ovarian follicles and then fertilized with sperm in a laboratory. After a few days, the healthiest embryo or embryos are transferred to the uterus, where they can implant and grow, resulting in a successful pregnancy and live birth. From encouraging the production of multiple eggs to helping fertilization and supporting implantation, IVF assists in more stages of conception than any other reproductive technique. Some people face additional challenges when trying to have a baby. Same-sex couples, single men or women, and patients with female or male fertility problems can improve their chances of having a child with IVF.

    Link: In Vitro Fertilization

  • Egg Donation

    Infertility is devastatingly common. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, about 12 percent of couples in the country have trouble becoming pregnant. Young women who choose to donate their eggs are very special individuals who give hopeful parents the ultimate gift—the opportunity to experience parenthood and share their lives with a child of their own. An egg donor's time, effort, and commitment can make a tremendous difference in the lives of those who are unable to conceive. If you feel strong compassion for hopeful parents and believe that you meet our donor eligibility requirements, please complete the pre-screening application and we will get back to you to discuss your eligibility.

    Link: Egg Donation

  • Andrology

    Andrology is a branch of medicine that deals with the male reproductive system and urological problems. Andrology can cover a vast number of issues such as male infertility, sexual dysfunction, and male contraception. Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine, PC is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care according to the highest medical standards with professionalism, compassion, and integrity. Everyone associated with our clinic treats each of our patients with honesty, respect, and kindness. We understand how challenging dealing with infertility can be. We want to make your journey to starting your family as stress-free as possible.

    Link: Andrology

  • LGBT Family Planning

    Growing your family should be an exciting time, and our team of fertility experts wants to make this process as stress-free as possible. We get to know each of our patient's unique needs and goals so we can better recommend which family-building process is right for them. Our Nebraska clinic provides a kind, caring atmosphere where members of the LGBTQ+ community can feel welcome and accepted. Our compassionate staff is happy to listen to your goals and help your vision for your future family become a reality.

    Link: LGBT Family Planning

  • Egg Freezing

    Egg freezing is an advanced way to preserve your reproductive potential and prevent future infertility. Your doctor will retrieve your viable eggs from your ovaries and store them at sub-zero temperatures. Once you are ready to start your family, the frozen eggs are thawed and then used in an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle. Freezing your eggs is a great option for women who know they want to become pregnant in the future, but for many reasons, can't right now. These reasons can include aging, priorities, an health issues.

    Link: Egg Freezing

  • Family Building for Lesbian Couples

    Every couple is different. Our fertility specialists offer a number of different treatment options. We can build a custom plan that meets your unique needs and gives you the best chances of having children. With fertility treatment, you can choose who you want to be involved in your pregnancy. You and your partner can both participate in the pregnancy: one can carry a child formed from the other's egg. Or our Omaha, Nebraska, practice can connect you with an accomplished sperm donor or surrogate.

    Link: Family Building for Lesbian Couples

  • Family Building for Gay Men

    At Heartland Center for Reproduction, we believe that every LGBTQ person who wants to be a parent should be able to become one, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. With our help, you can build the family you have always wanted. You do not have to be in a relationship to consider building your family. In the past, hopeful gay parents were limited to adoption. Those who could not adopt were unable to have children at all. Thanks to modern options such as egg donation, surrogacy, and in vitro fertilization, hopeful gay parents have virtually unlimited options. If you are a single man, we can also help you realize your dreams of being a parent without involving a partner.

    Link: Family Building for Gay Men

  • Infertility Treatment

    At Heartland Center for Reproduction, we help all kinds of families achieve their goals through world-class fertility preservation and treatments. During your consultation at our Omaha, NE, center, our board-certified and board-eligible reproductive endocrinologists, and our dedicated nurses can listen to your goals and create a custom treatment plan tailored to your needs. Our physicians are leaders in the world of reproductive medicine and offer the latest techniques in improving fertility. We operate with the highest standard of professionalism, compassion, and integrity in everything that we do. Our center welcomes non-traditional families who want to grow through reproductive medicine.

    Link: Infertility Treatment

  • Recurrent Miscarriage

    Recurrent miscarriages can be painful and disappointing. But with the help of our knowledgeable fertility specialists, you can overcome your individual infertility issues and take the first steps towards parenthood. When you visit our center, you can expect: compassionate service, undivided attention, and world-class care. Heartland Center for Reproduction in Omaha, NE, is equipped with the tools and treatment options to help you move past the trauma of miscarriage and grow your family.

    Link: Recurrent Miscarriage

  • Tubal Ligation Reversal

    A tubal ligation, often called tubal sterilization, female sterilization, or "getting your tubes tied," can prevent eggs from traveling through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus and prevent sperm from meeting the eggs. However, women sometimes change their minds about pregnancy. Though a tubal ligation is often seen as a way to permanently prevent pregnancy, it can sometimes be reversed. This can be a viable solution for women who aren't candidates for in vitro fertilization (IVF). A reversal can be performed to restore fertility, depending on the type of tubal ligation that was initially performed. Our doctors in Omaha, NE, may be able to reconnect your fallopian tubes to allow for pregnancy.

    Link: Tubal Ligation Reversal

  • Endometriosis

    In addition to the uncomfortable symptoms endometriosis can cause, the disorder can also make women worry about infertility. Endometrial growths can block the fallopian tubes, causing problems during fertilization. These growths can also damage the sperm or eggs or make it difficult for the sperm to access the egg. The condition can even trap blood in your ovaries, causing cysts. While it does not necessarily prevent pregnancy, endometriosis affects the reproductive organs and can make successful conception more difficult. Although the symptoms of endometriosis typically subside after menopause, controlling your endometriosis now can improve your overall quality of life and your chances of pregnancy. If you're trying to get pregnant but think you may have endometriosis, our doctors can perform a variety of tests to confirm diagnosis and treat it accordingly.

    Link: Endometriosis

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

    Polycystic ovary syndrome is a hormonal imbalance that can negatively affect a woman's fertility, overall health, and appearance. The name is misleading, however. While some women will have cysts on their ovaries, many with PCOS will not, though the side effects remain the same in both cases. Symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome vary from person to person. Our Omaha, NE, doctors are experienced in evaluating your symptoms to determine if PCOS is the cause of your infertility.

    Link: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

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