Infertility treatment can vary depending on several factors including your age, how long you’ve been infertile, and the cause behind your condition, if it’s known. At Emory Reproductive Center, our fertility experts outline all your options and explain the challenges each may present so that you can make informed decisions about the best way to grow your family.

We address both male and female infertility issues with a wide range of advanced reproductive technologies including:

We offer both egg and sperm donation programs for men and women who are unable to produce the quantity needed for successful conception. Donors go through a rigorous screening program that helps identify any potential concerns about their genetic history. We match the donor’s physical characteristics, like hair or eye color, so parents and babies resemble each other more closely.

Our egg cryopreservation program allows you to store your eggs until you are ready to use them. Fertility medications stimulate your ovaries to produce multiple eggs, which are then removed and frozen for later use. Egg freezing may be an option for you if you want a child “someday.”

This process helps the developing embryo attach to your uterine wall, which increases your likelihood of a successful pregnancy. An opening or weak spot is created in the wall of your egg just before it is transferred through in vitro fertilization (IVF). This opening helps the embryo hatch and develop at the appropriate time.

The IVF process often produces more embryos than can be transferred safely to you at one time. Our Cryopreservation Program freezes and stores your excess embryos to prevent your need for another treatment cycle and egg retrieval. This reduces cost, time and your stress during the process.

This process might be recommended if traditional IVF is ineffective due to issues with sperm. The procedure involves injecting an egg with one single sperm. The fertilized egg is then incubated and transferred to the uterus to complete the IVF process.

IUI is used to increase fertility when there are difficulties with the sperm reaching the egg. During IUI, the sperm is placed directly into the uterus near the time of ovulation to increase the chance of successful conception.

This process involves fertilizing an egg with sperm outside of the woman's body. Once fertilized, it is placed inside the woman's uterus for development, and ultimately, a normal birth.

Medication to increase your egg production can sometimes correct infertility caused by ovulation issues. Our experts will outline your options and explain any potential benefits and risks.

PGD is used when certain genetic conditions that could put your child at risk may be present. Embryos are obtained through IVF and tested for genetic disorders before pregnancy has started. If an embryo is judged to be free of the tested disorder, it may be transferred to the uterus.

Radiation and chemotherapy treatments can affect your ability to have a child. Our fertility experts work with you to reduce the impact cancer treatment has on your fertility and future efforts to grow your family. We walk you through your treatment choices and develop a plan to help preserve your fertility options.

Mental Health and Talk Therapy

Ryan White Program is proud to offer mental health services. Participants in the program are able to make appointments to work with licensed mental health professionals.

Location, Hours, and Directions 

550 Peachtree St NE

7th Floor, Medical Office Tower

Atlanta, GA 30308

Office: 404-686-8114

Office Hours: M-F 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 

Laboratory Hours: M-F 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.