Infertility Treatments That Work!

Are you having trouble getting pregnant? If you live in Florida, we can help you using science based infertility management for men and women combined with our friendly one-on-one, in-home or telehealth treatment options. Learn more below or contact us to get started today.

Infertility Solutions in Loxahatchee, FL by Beyond Concierge Healthcare

Understanding Infertility

Have infertility symptoms? Trouble getting pregnant? Have you ever wondered, "Am I Fertile"? Looking for the Best Infertility Clinic in Palm Beach County or Telehealth Infertility Care in Florida? You've found it with Beyond Concierge Healthcare.

Infertility is the inability of a couple to achieve conception after one year of trying without contraception for women under 35 (6 months for women over 35). Infertility can be caused by a variety of factors, both male and female. We offer affordable and effective male infertility treatment and female infertility treatment.

Infertility treatment refers to the medical interventions that help couples achieve pregnancy. These treatments can range from simple lifestyle changes to complex medical procedures. An infertility evaluation can help you determine why you are unable to get pregnant.

Infertility management encompasses both the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. It involves a team of healthcare professionals working together to identify the cause of infertility and recommend the most appropriate treatment options.


million or 12% of women are affected by infertility


of infertility in women is from Irregular Ovulation


of Infertility in women is from being either over or under weight


of Infertility in women is from cigarette smoking


of infertility cases are treated with drug therapy or surgery


need advanced and expensive treatments like IVF

Fertility Decreases With Age

This graph represents the average for couples who are able to conceive naturally within one year of trying without contraception. We can help improve your odds.


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Possible Causes for Infertility


Fertility declines naturally as women get older.

  • A healthy 30 year old woman has as much as a 30% chance of getting pregnant every month, through natural intercourse.
  • A healthy 40 year old woman is much less fertile than a 30 year old with less than 10% chance of getting pregnant every month, through natural intercourse.
Lifestyle Factors

Some lifestyle choices can lead to reduced fertility and reduce your chances of getting pregnant naturally.

  • Weight either too low or too high
  • Smoking
  • Drug and alcohol use
  • Excessive stress either physical or emotional
Health Concerns

Some health conditions can cause you to be less fertile and prevent pregnancy.

  • Irregular periods
  • Ovulation disorder or hormone imbalance like PCOS
  • History of miscarriages
  • Endometriosis
  • Uterine growths like fibroids or polyps
  • Blocked fallopian tubes or uterine disorders
  • Reduced egg count or poor quality eggs
  • Reduced sperm count or poor quality sperm
  • Other unknown health issues
Infertility Diagnosis in Loxahatchee, FL by Beyond Concierge Healthcare

Infertility Diagnosis Options

Infertility diagnosis options encompass a range of tests and procedures that evaluate a couple's reproductive health and identify the underlying cause of their inability to conceive.

The specific tests ordered will depend on the couple's medical history, age, and symptoms.

If you are having infertility symptoms within your fertility window, your fertility specialist at Beyond Concierge Healthcare can help you diagnose your specific issues and help you conceive if humanly possible.

General Infertility Evaluation

  1. Medical History: A comprehensive medical history is crucial to understand the couple's overall health, past medical conditions, any medications they are taking, and any potential risk factors for infertility.
  2. Physical Examination: A physical exam will assess the general health of both partners, including their reproductive organs. For women, this may involve a pelvic exam to evaluate the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.
Infertility Testing for Women in Loxahatchee, FL

Infertility Tests for Women

Most often, an underlying issue with our dear women, is the cause of infertility. Many of these common infertility issues can be helped with modern medicine and lifestyle changes. If you can get pregnant, we can help you do so with our science backed fertility test for women and fertility treatments for women. It all starts with the right testing and we can help you get started.

  1. Ovulation Monitoring: This involves tracking ovulation patterns using various methods, such as basal body temperature (BBT) charting, ovulation prediction kits (OPKs), or ultrasound monitoring.
  2. Hormonal Tests: Blood tests can assess hormone levels that regulate ovulation and menstrual cycles, such as estrogen, progesterone, and luteinizing hormone (LH).
  3. Hysterosalpingography (HSG): This X-ray procedure evaluates the patency of the fallopian tubes, which are the pathways for eggs to travel from the ovaries to the uterus.
  4. Ultrasound: Ultrasound imaging can assess the structure and function of the ovaries, uterus, and fallopian tubes.
  5. Endometrial Biopsy: This procedure involves removing a small sample of tissue from the uterine lining to evaluate its health and readiness for implantation.
Infertility Testing for Men in Loxahatchee, FL

Infertility Tests for Men

That's right men. You too can be the cause, or at least a contributing factor, of infertility. We can test you to see if you are part of the problem. There are fertility supplements for men and fertility vitamins for men that may help.

  1. Semen Analysis: This is the primary test for male infertility. It evaluates the quality, quantity, and motility of sperm.
  2. Hormonal Tests: Blood tests can assess hormone levels that influence sperm production, such as testosterone and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).
  3. Testicular Ultrasound: This imaging test can detect abnormalities in the structure of the testes, which may affect sperm production.
  4. Genetic Testing: Genetic testing may be recommended if there are concerns about genetic factors contributing to infertility.
Additional Infertility Testing

Additional Infertility Tests

At times, even the infertility testing above for men and women does not yield a reason for your not being able to get pregnant. In these cases, more testing may be required to determine the infertility reasons.

  1. Imaging Tests: Other imaging tests, such as computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), may be used to detect abnormalities in the reproductive organs.
  2. Genetic Testing: Genetic testing may be recommended if there are concerns about genetic factors contributing to infertility, such as chromosomal abnormalities or specific gene mutations.
  3. Post-coital Test (PCT): This test evaluates sperm-mucus interaction, which is crucial for sperm to reach and penetrate the egg.
  4. Immunological Tests: These tests may be considered if there is a suspicion of an immunological response against sperm or the embryo.

Remember, infertility diagnosis is a collaborative process between you and your infertility doctor. Our goal is to identify the underlying cause of infertility and recommend the most appropriate treatment options to help you achieve your dream of parenthood.

Infertility Treatments

There are many affordable treatment options for Infertility. 
We do NOT offer IUI or IVF but can connect you with a doctor who does if that is needed.
Fertility care for men
For Him

Male infertility treatment addresses issues that affect a man's ability to produce healthy sperm or deliver sperm effectively. Treatment options include medications, surgery, and assisted reproductive technologies (ART) such as intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Fertility care for women
For Her

Female infertility treatment targets problems that hinder a woman's ability to ovulate, conceive, or carry a pregnancy to term. Treatment options include ovulation induction medications, hormone therapy, surgery, and assisted reproductive technologies (ART).

Fertility care for men and women
For Them

There are low and no cost common sense things you can do to increase your chances of getting pregnant. Diet, sleep and exercise is recommended for both man and woman while trying to conceive. Try to reduce stress through massage, aromatherapy, travel, meditation, cuddling, and anything else that brings you comfort and peace.

Infertility FAQ

Infertility is like having a malfunctioning garden. You're planting seeds (sperm and eggs) and nurturing them with the right conditions (hormonal balance, reproductive anatomy), but the seeds just don't sprout (conception doesn't happen). It's a challenge faced by about 1 in 8 couples in the US.

In men, the common culprits are issues with sperm production (too few, abnormal shape, poor movement), sperm delivery (blockages in the reproductive tract), or hormonal imbalances. In women, ovulation problems (eggs not maturing or releasing), blocked fallopian tubes (pathways for eggs to travel to the uterus), and endometriosis (uterine tissue growing abnormally outside the uterus) are the key players.

Imagine detectives investigating a mystery. Doctors gather clues through your medical history, physical exam, and specific tests. For men, a semen analysis checks sperm count, quality, and motility. For women, an ultrasound scans the reproductive organs, and hormone tests assess ovulation patterns.

Like a toolbox with various tools, there's a range of treatments for infertility. For ovulation problems, ovulation induction medications stimulate egg maturation and release. For sperm delivery issues, intrauterine insemination (IUI) places sperm directly into the uterus, bypassing blockages. And for more complex cases, in vitro fertilization (IVF) involves combining egg and sperm in a lab and implanting the resulting embryo in the uterus.

 We do NOT offer IUI or IVF but can connect you with a doctor who does if that is needed.

The success rate of each treatment depends on the underlying cause of infertility. IUI has a success rate of around 10-20%, while IVF's success rate is around 30-40%.

Ovulation induction drugs can cause mild side effects like headaches, hot flashes, and bloating. IUI may cause discomfort during the procedure. IVF can lead to pain, cramping, and bloating.

Infertility treatments can be quite expensive. The cost varies depending on the specific treatment, the number of cycles required, and the location of the fertility clinic.

Infertility can be emotionally draining. Support groups, counseling, and online resources can help you navigate this challenging journey.

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Resolve: The National Infertility Association, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provide reliable and up-to-date information on infertility.

Infertility affects many couples, and there's a strong support community available. Don't hesitate to reach out for help and guidance.

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BCH makes healthcare services easier for your busy life. With our help, you can achieve mental, spiritual and physical health from the comfort of your own home.

BCH is owned and operated by Gabrielle Radabaugh NP. We provide In-Home Primary & Urgent Care, Telehealth, Aesthetics & Cosmetics, Weight Loss Programs, Mobile IV Therapy, Infertility Care & more.


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