Midwest Fertility Center Specializes in In Vitro Fertilization Treatments

A painful disorder most commonly experienced by women in their twenties and thirties, endometriosis occurs when the lining of the uterus, called the endometrium, begins to overgrow onto the ovaries and surrounding organs. The body responds by forming scar tissue, which causes a lot of pain and discomfort to the individual. In some cases this scar tissue can block the egg, preventing fertilization. This is where Midwest Fertility Center comes in.

Though the cause of this painful process remains unknown, developments in how to diagnose and treat such a problem have been pioneered by reproductive endocrinologists like those at Midwest Fertility Center. The team under Dr. Madanes has sustained a level of success in diagnosing and treating endometriosis, and will continue to follow suit. They are also committed to the research that will enable them to further understand endometriosis, as they know that there is always more to be done.

A woman can know is she is part of the 10% affected if she is infertile and experiencing pain during sexual intercourse, menstruation, or in her pelvic region. The team at Midwest Fertility Center has committed itself to serving women that are in this very state.  Through the releasing of certain types of hormones, the doctors at Midwest Fertility Center lower the estrogen level, which subsequently reduces the size of endometrial growths. If the initial dosages are effective in reducing the size of the endometrial growth, those at Midwest Fertility Center will continue treatment for a full 6 months, with the goal of continually reducing the pain associated with the disorder. Those in Midwest Fertility Center’s community and abroad have already benefited from their approach to treating this disease and those at Midwest Fertility Center are confident that further research will bring answers.

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