Family Fertility Center

Conditions We Treat

Whether common or complex, we can help

Our specialists treat the full range of conditions impacting fertility, from common causes such as endometriosis to rare congenital malformations of the female reproductive system.

We welcome all, including challenging cases others were unable to treat. We’re known for our expertise in solving even the most complex issues, helping our patients achieve a successful pregnancy.


Amenorrhea is the absence of a period. Depending on the cause, medication or surgical approaches can help.

Elevated testosterone in women can cause female infertility. We offer a variety of approaches that can help, depending on the underlying cause.

For women and men of reproductive age, a cancer diagnosis may bring the risk of infertility from treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Our oncofertility experts specialize in preserving fertility for those who’ve been diagnosed.

Women with DOR have fewer eggs in their ovaries compared to similiarly aged women, which can impact fertility. We’ll work with you to develop a treatment plan to reach your pregnancy goals.

In women with endometriosis, tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, making it more difficult to become pregnant. Multiple treatment options are available.

Genetic conditions can sometimes prevent pregnancy or lead to recurrent pregnancy loss. Our board-certified medical geneticists and counselors offer preconception counseling and screening to identify genetic risk factors that may affect your pregnancy.

This condition is marked by elevated prolactin levels in the blood, which can impact fertility. In many cases, medication can help.

We can help women who’ve undergone a tubal ligation to achieve pregnancy, often through surgery or in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Sperm production and function may be the cause of your fertility challenges. We’re known for our expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility. Services include semen analysis and semen cryopreservation at our state-of-the-art andrology lab and testicular biopsies in partnership with Baylor College of Medicine’s renowned Scott Department of Urology.

Ovulatory disorders may result from a variety of factors. Treatment typically depending on the underlying cause, but may include lifestyle changes, medication or other approaches.

PCOS can cause irregular or missed periods and lack of ovulation. Medication or in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be options for you.

We often have success where other programs don’t. If you’ve tried IVF, consider learning more about our approach.

RPL is defined as having having two or more miscarriages. Treatment options depend on the underlying cause of these losses.

Thyroid problems can lead to lack of ovulation or hormonal imbalances. Managing this condition can help you achieve a successful pregnancy.

Uterine malformations are typically congenital anomalies of the female reproductive tract, which can make it difficult to become pregnant or increase the risk of miscarriage. Our team can help identify a plan to reach your family goals.