New England Fertility Clinic Provides Infertility Treatments for Men and Women in New Hampshire
BostonIVF, a fertility clinic that serves the New England area, has opened an additional location in Bedford, New Hampshire. With ongoing clinical success in the Boston metropolitan area from 7 office locations and Portland, Maine
Millions of women are combating infertility, and many have thrown in the towel of ever giving birth and having a healthy baby. Annually, 1.2 million couples go a visit a fertility doctor in the United States. Consequently, the need for a fertility clinic in New Hampshire is warranted.
The lead doctor for the Bedford IVF clinic is Dr. Steven Bayer who's board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology & Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He's a member of a number of professional associations including the Boston Obstetrical Society, New England Fertility Society, American Society of Reproductive Medicine and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, amid others.
He is heavily involved in clinical analysis which has focused on the identification of elements that affect the success of IVF and ovulation induction protocols used for IVF. He has a distinctive interest in ovulatory matters, reproductive surgery and in vitro fertilization.
"We are very excited to provide personalized fertility treatment to women and men throughout Hillsborough County with the additional opening of our Bedford location," said Dr. Steven Bayer. The Bedford clinic will have an open house on July 14 and offer the following services.
• Convenient World-Class Care
• General fertility treatment
• Ovulation stimulation cycles
• Blood hormone evaluation
• Reproductive endocrinology
Boston IVF provides advanced fertility services to the New England region, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), ICSI, donor eggs, donor sperm, embryo freezing (also known as cryopreservation)
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Boston IVF provides advanced fertility services in the New England region, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), ICSI, donor eggs, donor sperm, embryo freezing (or cryopreservation)