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Was wondering if my procedure would be simple had tubal ligation 5 years ago with rubber bands and burned at the end wat are my chances after reversal

How does the Artificial Insemination procedure work exactly and how long will I have to wait to choose the race and other things about my child. I choose to keep this anonymous- my girlfriend and I will be the legal parents of the child that I'd be carrying.

How much does a Tubal Ligation Reversal cost and can I do a payment plan

my tubes were clamped not tied or cut what are is the cost to have them unclamped or would IVF be a better option

I'm 11 weeks pregnant and I'm wondering if its normal to be persistently itchy all over my body. If its not normal, how can I fix it?

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Dr. Perloe earned his medical degree from Pennsylvania State University, Hershey Medical Center, and served his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Perloe completed his fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the University of Minnesota.

He is a clinical assistant professor in obstetrics and gynecology at the Medical College of Georgia.

As Medical Director at GRS, Dr. Perloe has expertise in treating conditions related to infertility including polycystic ovary syndrome, recurrent pregnancy loss, endometriosis, menstrual disorders, fibroids, male fertility problems and endocrine and other reproductive health problems. He also has extensive experience in in vitro fertilization, and using the latest microsurgical techniques for reversing tubal sterilization. His research interests include new tests for the diagnosis of recurrent pregnancy loss, in vitro maturation and minimal stimulation IVF.
Dr. Perloe has conducted and published research in medical journals including Obstetrics & Gynecology, Southern Medical Journal, Human Reproduction and the International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 1986, he co-authored Miracle Babies and Other Happy Endings for Couples with Fertility Problems. He is a frequent speaker at international medical conferences, and is active as an advisory board member for INCIID, OBGYN and the Endometriosis Association. He serves as the Reproductive Health expert.

At Georgia Reproductive Specialists, we participate with a number of insurance plans and also offer financial programs for patients seeking treatment who do not have insurance coverage. We know that financial concerns can be a primary stumbling block for couples requiring advanced fertility treatment and we are committed to doing our part to allow patients to receive the treatment they need, regardless of their financial situation.

These programs include our unique IVF Shared Risk Program, Global Fee Fertility and IVF plans and ARC. These plans were designed to maximize your chances of conceiving through appropriate treatment while minimizing the overall financial risk that can accompany advanced fertility treatment. The cost of infertility medications can contribute up to one-third of the cost of one cycle. The prices of these medications can vary dramatically depending on the pharmacy. GRS works with fertility pharmacies, both local and mail order, that offer a full-range of infertility medications and supplies at reasonable costs.

We encourage each of our patients to understand their infertility insurance benefits, the costs associated with treatment options and the likelihood of success in an effort to make informed choices related to the treatments recommended by the GRS physician. A GRS financial counselor will personally meet with you to explain your insurance coverage and benefits. During this meeting, the counselor will review anticipated costs for medical treatments that you may be considering and review any responsibility for payment that you may have due to deductibles, co-insurance or co-payments.

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