Infertility Treatments: Technology Meets Tradition

Infertility is a subject that many couples don’t want to discuss, but it’s an issue that millions of couples around the world deal with on a daily basis. The causes of infertility are numerous, from lack of ovulation to low sperm counts in men. Infertility is not just a woman’s problem, but because of basic anatomy and physiology, women’s ‘plumbing’ so to speak, is more complex and therefore apt to contribute more difficulties to conception than males.


New techniques and options in infertility are available not only in the U.S. but also around the world, including IVF (in vitro fertilization), OI (Ovulation induction), Clomid treatments, AI (artificial insemination), ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) and IUI (intrauterine insemination).


However, couples may also still rely on traditional fertility solutions such as egg or sperm donations and surrogacy. A leading exert in this field, the Healthcare Agency, located in Tbilisi, Georgia offers couples around the world a high-tech and state of the art infertility support center that offers confidentiality for egg donors, screened to ensure healthy eggs, sperm donors, also screened for lifestyle and tested for genetic diseases or disorders, and surrogate mothers.


Facilities such as the Healthcare Agency offer the best in ART (Assisted Reproduction Technologies) and the best reproductive specialists in this part of the world. The Republic of Georgia has become a popular hub for medical tourism, with its highly trained doctors, surgeons, and first-class clinic and hospital facilities offering infertile couples around the globe hope for their future dreams. PlacidWay, a medical tourism portal, offers in-depth profiles of facilities like Healthcare Agency in order to offer consumers choices when it comes to their medical care and treatment.


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