As a hopeful parent from Philadelphia and its surrounding areas, you might be overwhelmed by the medical lingo related to infertility treatments. Abbreviations like IVF, IUI, FET, AMH, and PGS might as well be a foreign language to you. At RMA of Philadelphia, we’re here to help walk you through the process and make sure all of your urgent questions are answered. In short, we can help you make sense of it all.
Our goal is to help you achieve a healthy pregnancy in the shortest amount of time possible. Our physicians, nurses, and support staff we will be you every step of the way to prove you with the most effective fertility treatment options and ensure that you’re well taken care of on your journey towards parenthood.
With a comprehensive infertility work-up, we can often get to the root causes of infertility usually within 30-days. Learn more about fertility testing and diagnosis.
IVF is a highly effective and common fertility treatment in the US today but how it's performed can vary greatly from clinic to clinic. Learn more about RMA of Philadelphia's cutting-edge IVF treatment process.
We understand that for some patients the path to pregnancy and parenthood sometimes requires a little extra help. Learn more about RMA of Philadelphia's expert third party reproduction team and treatment options including donor egg, donor sperm, and gestational surrogacy.
Fertility preservation, or more commonly known as, egg freezing is an option for any women looking to maximize their biological clocks. Women may hold off on having children for reasons such as her career, education, and/or relationship. Egg freezing provides the opportunity build their family when they're ready.
Many IVF programs are still relying heavily on judging an embryo’s potential to implant by how it looks under the microscope. At RMA of Philadelphia, our evidence-based approach demands we go above and beyond. Dig into the details of genetic screening and how it is helping to make IVF treatment more successful.
Whether you're a first time patient or returning to have baby number two, RMA of Philadelphia's Collaborative Wellness Team provide patient's with the emotional and physical support they need during their treatment cycle.