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I am 33 and my son is 9 I had my tubal ligation after he was born and I dont know if they cut tied or burt them but I would like to get them reversed would I have a good chance of getting pregnant? I live in michigan and I have bcbs insurance..thank u cynthia lombard

I had to c-sections and my tubes were cut tied and burned I want to have another baby iam 32 is this possible.

I Am A Lesbian Woman And I Would Like Too Know Is The IVF Procedure The Same For A Lesbian Female As It Is For A Male And Female

My wife and I would like to have a child, however, she has had a hysterectomy, and is only left with one ovary. She is 42, and I`m 39. We would like to use an egg from her, and sperm from me, and we have a friend located in MD that is willing to carry the baby for us. What do we need to do to get started without having to pay a surrogacy clinic outrages amounts of money? We have no idea of where to start. The woman that is willing to carry our child for us is currently pregnant, and due in June, how long after she has the child do we have to wait to have her carry ours? Thank you..

Is it possible to have a reversal with a bicornate uterus?I am 35 years old.

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  • Infertility (IVF) Specialists
  • University of Virginia School of Medicine Charlottesville, VA
  • Cleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland OH U.S.
  • Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland OH U.S.
  • Internship - Wilford Hall Medical Center Lackland AFB TX
  • Residency - Wilford Hall Medical Center Lackland AFB TX

American Urological Association


Infertility can be emotionally devastating. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has helped many couples conceive, but the process is lengthy, intense and expensive – upwards of $10,000 out-of-pocket. Even more distressful, IVF isn’t always successful the first time around.

The Partnership for Families Program at the Cleveland Clinic Fertility Center at Beachwood provides funding for a second cycle of IVF to couples who otherwise could not afford another try. The program was founded by 23 couples whose lives have been affected by infertility.

Each recipient of a Partnership for Families Award receives $8,000 worth of IVF medical services. In addition, Serono Pharmaceutical’s Helping Hands Fund provides $2,000 worth of medications to each recipient.

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