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Fertility Specialist

Swor Women's Care -  - Gynecology

Swor Women's Care

Gynecology & Obstetrics located in Sarasota, FL

More than 20% of couples are unable to conceive on their own, but that’s where fertility experts can help. At Swor Women’s Care in Sarasota, Florida, the team uses sophisticated reproductive technology to help you conceive the child you’ve always wanted. Learn more by scheduling your appointment online or by phone today.

Fertility Q & A

When is a failure to conceive considered infertility?

The team at Swor Women's Care typically diagnoses infertility after one year of trying to conceive without success. For patients 35 or older, it’s six months instead of one year. 

Swor Women’s Care considers infertility a solvable problem. If you’ve been trying to conceive without success, don’t delay in scheduling a consultation to find out more about your options. 

What are the causes of infertility?

To determine what’s preventing you from conceiving, the team may recommend tests like semen analysis for your partner, blood tests, and imaging tests like ultrasound. 

They consider your full health history, current symptoms, and lab results to identify previously unidentified causes such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), uterine fibroids, or endometriosis. 

There are many different causes of infertility, and the team's goal at Swor Women’s Care is to find the root cause of your issues and treat it at its source. 

What is the treatment for infertility?

Infertility treatments are extremely varied because there are so many different underlying causes of fertility issues. Some treatments include: 

Ovulation induction

Many women who suffer from infertility aren’t ovulating on a normal schedule, or you might not be ovulating at all. Ovulation induction medication can restart ovulation to improve your chances of conceiving. If you suffer from a condition like PCOS that prevents ovulation, dietary changes, and better hormone regulation may help in this process.

Surgical disease treatment

If you have a tubal or uterine disease, such as pelvic adhesions, endometriosis, fibroids, or PCOS, the team can often correct the problem with laparoscopic or minimally invasive robotic surgery. These procedures can temporarily improve fertility, but the problem often returns eventually. Generally, these are outpatient procedures with a week or less recovery time. 

Reversal of tubal ligation

Tubal ligation, also called tube tying, is normally considered a permanent procedure to end fertility. But, in many cases, the team can surgically reverse the tubal ligation, so you have a chance to conceive again.

If other infertility treatments aren’t successful, you still have options like intrauterine insemination. Your provider can perform intrauterine insemination with either your partner’s sperm or donor sperm, depending on your situation and needs. 

For the best fertility care, call Swor Women’s Care or click the online appointment tool to schedule a consultation now.