Procedures

Bennett Fertility Institute, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, offers a wide variety of state of the art procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. The institute provides personalized care in a warm, patient-friendly environment.

In addition to conventional assisted reproductive procedures such as in-vitro fertilization, state-of-the-art procedures performed at Bennett Fertility include oocyte and embryo micromanipulation (including ICSI used to treat male infertility), blastocyst transfer, oocyte and embryo donation, and embryo and sperm cryopreservation.

Our facility includes an andrology, endocrine, and in-vitro fertilization laboratory; cryopreservation facility for sperm and embryos; fully equipped operating and recovery rooms; and a clinic area. All are housed in a single location which is easily accessible and ensures privacy.

Bennett Fertility Institute, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, offers a wide variety of state of the art procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. The institute provides personalized care in a warm, patient-friendly environment.

In addition to conventional assisted reproductive procedures such as in-vitro fertilization, state-of-the-art procedures performed at Bennett Fertility include oocyte and embryo micromanipulation (including ICSI used to treat male infertility), blastocyst transfer, oocyte and embryo donation, and embryo and sperm cryopreservation.

Our facility includes an andrology, endocrine, and in-vitro fertilization laboratory; cryopreservation facility for sperm and embryos; fully equipped operating and recovery rooms; and a clinic area. All are housed in a single location which is easily accessible and ensures privacy.

Testing and Diagnosis

If you and your partner have been having trouble getting pregnant, it's possible that one or both of you has a medically treatable fertility problem. As you decide whether to look for a cause, you will have various medical and personal questions to consider. 

Tests include:

Surgical Services

In some cases of infertility, a structural problem can be treated surgically, increasing the chances of natural conception.

For men, surgery can be used to try to reverse a vasectomy, correct blockage of the reproductive tract, or correct a varicocele (an enlarged vein in the scrotum).

For women, surgery can be used to try to correct a fallopian tube blockage, reverse a tubal ligation, and remove growths from the reproductive tract.

Some of our surgical procedures include:



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